Windshield Repair Bridge adjusting screw, knurled. Fits all B200, B300 and B250 Bridge Series windshield repair bridges. Windscreen Repair Bridge Adjusting Screw Sold individually.
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We’ve published several articles this year comparing the various Delta Kits bridge models, but we are still getting calls from users of competitive brands asking what sets a Delta Kits Bridge apart from other popular brands.
Perhaps the most significant difference is the injection process. Many injectors propose the theory of removing air in the glass damage before injecting resin. Delta Kits’ injectors inject the resin before removing the air. Simply put, it is a faster and more efficient process.
The Air in the Glass Break
The reality is that it is impossible to remove “all” of the air before the resin is injected which is why all windshield repair systems recommend alternating from pressure to vacuum several times until all the visible air has been successfully removed. Keep in mind that many types of damage include surface cracks. If you pull a vacuum first you are actually pulling air into the damage rather than removing the air. Once you understand these basic concepts there is a logical conclusion. The vacuum first systems are less efficient than injection first systems. Or that high vacuum systems limit their ability to remove air from many types of damage.
Every month we convert many so-called high vacuum injector users to Delta Kits injectors and receive many accolades, not only for the improved speed and filling capabilities, but for how much easier our injectors are to clean and maintain.
There are other injection first injectors on the market but only Delta Kits injectors completely evacuate the air from the damage and the injector. Look alike injectors trap air in the injector making it impossible to fully utilize the pressure cycle.
We also receive many compliments on our intuitive bridge (injector holding device) design. Many other popular bridges feature center mounted injector bridge designs that do not allow for edge repairs and suction cups that have to be applied to the glass using pressure. It doesn’t take a genius to realize the ability to assess damage…. Continue Reading