Features of Delta Kits’ Infrared Thermometer:

  • Measures temperature up to ten feet away
  • Measures temperatures from -5 °F to 572 °F
  • Single button operation
  • Easily switched from °F to °C (double-click)
  • Continuous update of temperature while button is held
  • Stores minimum and maximum values during measurement
  • 20 second hold of last value after button is released
  • LCD backlight during measurement (auto-off)
  • Fits in the palm of hand
  • Powered by button cell batteries (included)
  • Includes removable lanyard and soft carrying case


  • Temperature range: -5 °F to 572 °F
  • Accuracy: +/- 2%, whichever is greater
  • Field of measurement: 6:1
  • (at 6″ distance, measures 1″ diameter)
  • Power: 4 x LR44 button cell (included)
  • Battery Life: over 2,000 measurements
  • (at 10 seconds per measurement)

Alternate Uses:

  • Window temperatures to find drafts, small temperature changes can be easily measured with the infrared thermometer
  • Oven/stove/grill temperature, measures temperatures up to 572 °F
  • Food temperature (surface only), non-contact avoids contamination of food (perfect for liquids)
  • Automobile applications: engine, exhaust, tires and other hard-to-reach or high-temperature areas
  • HVAC applications: heating and cooling ducts, in-floor heating, furnace temperature

From the Archives

Cold Glass & Warm Resin – A Bad Combination

When it comes to temperature and windshield repair, the temperature of the glass and getting it within the optimal range of 70° to 100° Fahrenheit is important. Also, it is important to change the temperature of a windshield gradually. Reducing the risk of it cracking out. Broken glass does not react well to sudden changes in temperature.

As winter rolls around and temperatures drop you may do everything right to warm the glass. Then, while injecting the resin – POP! – the windshield cracks out. This could happen if the resin injected is too cold.  By too cold we mean if there is more than 10 degrees difference between the resin and glass temperature.

If your windshield repair resin is stored in an unheated shop or vehicle tool box the resin will likely be at or below the ambient temperature. Knowing this, store your resin in a location that keeps it reasonably warm. If the resin temperature is not within 10 degrees of the glass temperature, warm the resin and the windshield simultaneously. An infrared thermometer can be used to quickly check both glass and resin temperatures. It is best if you can store your entire windshield repair system in a climate controlled environment.  If that is not possible, you should also warm up your injector before injecting…. Continue Reading


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Training and Tradeshows

This windshield repair training is a hands-on, intensive, one day course designed to take your repair quality to the next level. Whether you are just starting out or are a seasoned pro, this class is right for you!

Our team of experienced technicians are dedicated to offering the highest standard of training in the windshield repair industry. During the Delta Kits Training and Certification course, technicians are trained to follow ROLAGS (Repair of Laminated Auto Glass Standards), the industries best practices. Delta Kits Training and Certification covers all technical aspects of windshield repair and will take you from never having completed a repair, to being among the best technicians in the industry. The marketing and insurance billing discussion is designed to help you become more successful in your windshield repair business.


Who are our experts:

Brent Deines was originally trained by a Novus Methodman in 1987 and is NWRA certified. He has extensive experience repairing windshields and restoring headlights in a variety of climates and conditions. Deines has owned several auto glass repair and replacement businesses in Montana and Oregon and is currently the President and CEO of Delta Kits where he helped develop the company’s headlight restoration program and started the company’s windshield repair training and certification program in 1995.

Korey Gobin, Delta Kits sales manager, is NWRA certified and has been training individuals as well as large groups in the art of professional windshield repair and headlight restoration since 2008. Gobin is actively involved in the Repair of Laminated Automotive Glass Standard and in 2011 was awarded the Mobile Tech Windshield Repair Person of the Year. Korey serves on the ROLAGS committee and has traveled extensively throughout the USA, Canada, and Mexico to promote high quality standards for windshield repair and headlight restoration. He is affectionately known by his customers as the “Go to Guy” for windshield repair.

Bruce McDonald is the lead trainer at Delta Kits since 2009 and is NWRA certified. He was instrumental in developing the company’s current training and certification program. McDonald is constantly experimenting with a variety of tools and methods to keep his skills honed and uses his expertise to help new technicians become experts and achieve a higher level of quality. McDonald has trained over 600 windshield repair and headlight restoration technicians.

Graham Watson, is one of the original Novus Technicians in the UK since 1988 and since then has been running a very successful windscreen repair service in the UK. In 2008 Graham was named Windshield Repair Person of the year at the Mobile Tech Expo, an award he is very proud of as it is voted for by his peers in the trade. For the past 10 years, Watson has been active training technicians for the repair industry and specializes in advanced training for techs with previous experience, during this time he has been lucky enough to work with people from many different countries. His passion for helping others carry out the best quality repairs possible shows in the time he spends offering advice on different trade forums as Screenman.