This is a Bridge type holding structure which offers leveraging and mechanical advantage, plus the Quick-Turn Stainless Steel Injector creates a windshield repair tool that is perfect right down to the suction cups. It holds 36 drops of resin, which means you can load it and not have to re-load for days which saves time, money and work. Uses 200% less resin than most systems as most systems waste as much resin as they use by having to refill after each repair. Your cost per chip repair is 8 cents. You will get 300 chip repairs from one bottle of our resin with this tool. No dry-vac is necessary because all of our resins are moisture resistant.
Most systems you have to take apart and re-load for every repair (set-up and break-down) . When you finish with other tools you will have resin running down the windshield when you remove it or you will be dumping what is left in the injector and then you have to refill and go through set-up for your next repair. You will waste more resin than you injected into the break. Our system sets-up in seconds and break-down is just removing the tool off the glass and putting the cap on the injector, which also only takes seconds. Our injector can do up to twenty repairs without having to re-load - semi-automatic. It also has 27 inches hg of available vacuum. Perfect size and durometer suction cups will prevent flowering and gives maximum control of pressure and flexing of the glass. That's right your pressure comes from the suction cups. Too much or too stiff and you can ruin the repair and spread the damage.
The Holding Structure or bridge holds the injector in place while repairing a stone-break or chip. But the holding structure is much more than that; the structure controls pressure both on the resin injection and the pressure on the glass that flexes (pushes down) the break open so that the resin will efficiently fill every crack and crater within the break. The physics of this structure are perfectly balanced so that the break is flexed open so that 70% of chips are completely filled and ready to be cured in less than 60 seconds.
The proper two suction cup placement (a bridge) and the durometer do not interfere with the flexing of the break like most tools on the market do. This allows you to flex the break by leverage- simply turn the single leveling bolt to increase or reduce the flex. Most systems will require manual flexing by hand of the break and legs with a probe because the holding structure is not able to flex the break open properly or control the flex. Cups that are too stiff and too close to the injector will hamper the tools flexing of the break by creating opposing forces of opening (compression, pushing down) and closing (tension, pulling up) on the break which, will cause the cracks nearest to the injector to fill slower and will end up being under-filled. An under-filled leg or section will separate from the glass from cold to hot temperature swings. If it is a leg of a star-break it can crack-out.
When a break is being stubborn you can turn the leveling bolt and further flex the break. This is the only tool that has controlled flexing. With the custom made suction cups this structure will not cause flowering unless you go out of your way and really crank it up on a hot windshield. This windshield repair tool is also used at the point of a crack and can also slide/straddle down a long crack. This is also a 3-in-1 tool. It can be split into a crack-opener and a long crack sliding structure. NOTE: All Ultra Bond resins are moisture resistant -no dry vac is needed. Ultra Bond resins are the only resins proven to restore to new glass strength and beyond. See our homepage.
Repair Tip -Technique to prevent any waste of resin. Cure under pressure, then loosen the leveling bolt and injector cylinder slightly. Then loosen the piston by turning it 1/4 to 1/2 turn counterclockwise, slide the screwdriver under the suction cups to remove from the glass. Turn your tool upside down and place the cap on the injector. There will about 1/2 drop if resin in the pit. You can use that resin for a pit-filler if the impact chip was small.
Unknown (Submitted on 7th Jul 2016)