Latest Products in Auto Glass

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    Winner of a "Best New Product" award at NACE 2007 in Las Vegas, Sommer & Maca Industries' adjustable step scaffold for auto glass and body technicians makes working on trucks and larger vehicles safer and easier, according to a release from the Cicero, Ill., supplier.  The 28-pound, aluminum, adjustable step deck is 3 feet tall and holds 300 pounds.  It features a work...
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    Gold Glass Group, Bohemia, N.Y., added GGG-brand premium windshield-wiper blades to its product line.  Suitable for most vehicles, the blades meet OEM specifications and are made of high quality natural rubber, according to a company release.  They are available in unique GGG packaging as a point-of-sale display item exclusive to the auto glass industry.  A self-contained,...
  • Shat R Proof Corp., Savage, Minn., introduced the SRP5055 bare metal primer for use with the SRP Totalseal auto glass adhesives.  The one-part primer promotes bonding between the auto glass adhesive and bare-metal areas on the pinchweld measuring more than 1 square inch in size.  It cures in as little as 10 minutes and allows technicians to prime and seal  the pinchweld after...
  • FinnTemp Oy, a new Finnish machinery supplier, introduced the ShapeWizard bending and tempering machine.  "ShapeWizard is especially effective and economical when a large number of different glass types need to be produced economically," says Juha Paavola, managing director, in a release.  The machine uses gravity bending and patented air-supported final heating to produce...
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    Anver Corp., Hudson, Mass., offers more than 40 different styles of vacuum and suction cups, including air-operated, lever-actuated and pump-style.  They attach and release almost instantaneously and are priced from $26.95 each, according to a release.
  • The Prism dry vacuum injector from Glass Technology, Durange, Colo., has received patent status.  The repair system extracts air from the break prior to injecting resin into the windshield damage, resulting in a more effective and complete air extraction, according to a release.  After extracting the air, the system injects resin into the break with little pressure, allowing the resin...
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    Liquid Resins International, Olney, Ill., offers a headlight restoration kit that includes all of the tools and supplies necessary to restore hazy, cloudy, or yellowed headlight lenses.  Old lenses detract from vehicles' appearance and compromise safety, company officials explain.  Headlight restoration is a profitable add-on opportunity that complements both windshield repair and auto...
  • The M5150 portable grit etching machine from Marvel Marketing Products, Pittsburgh, etches vehicle identification numbers into automotive glass.  The wide gun opening etches all 17 characters of the VIN, according to a company release.  The 5150 model comes complete with a set of 1/4-inch high rubber numbers and letters that technicians can insert into the fixture mounted on the gun...
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    Aegis Tools International, Madison, Wis., got U.S. Patent No. 7,322,092 for its Solo windshield installation tool.  The labor-saving device allows one auto glass technician to install a windshield that would normally require two technicians, according to a release.  Features include: four suction cups, two each for the door glass and windshield; a single-piece, hardened steel supporting...
  • Fast Shelter, Phoenixville, Pa., introduced the 950 and 950XT inflatable shelters.  The 950 is 25 feet long by 16 feet wide by 8.5 feet tall, and packs into a canvas duffle bag 30 inches in diameter.  It fully inflates in less than 2 minutes.  Designed for easy portability, all of the Fast Shelter models are designed to protect technicians working outside.
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