Congratulations to the latest class of Delta Kits Windshield Repair Certified technicians 2018!
Delta Kits offers a full day of windshield repair training. Training includes significant hands-on experience as well as marketing and insurance billing strategies. Learn how to repair all types of windshield damage. Use techniques that consistently achieve high-quality repairs. Delta Kits certified instructors conduct the training.
Our windshield repair training classes are open to anyone. They are free of charge if you purchase a Delta Kits windshield repair system.
Classes are open to anyone. We require you to reserve your spot. Call us today for more information and to secure your hands-on, personalized training today. You can also learn more about our windshield repair training on the Delta Kits website.
Again, congratulations to the latest class of Delta Kits Windshield Repair Certified technicians, 2018.
Temperatures are rising! And we aren’t complaining… but your windshield might. The following are tips to help keep business running smoothly while reducing the risk of warm weather crack outs in changing temperatures.
For all windshield repair technicians:
- Remember, if a windshield is too hot to leave your hand on comfortably, it’s too hot to repair. The optimum glass temperature to repair a windshield is 70-100 degrees Fahrenheit. Delta Kits also offers the IR-102 Infrared Digital Thermometer to give you the exact temperature of the windshield.
- Do not spray cold water, alcohol, or any other liquid on a hot windshield. When checking for the presence of a hydrophobic coating (i.e. Rain-X, Aquapel, etc.), the temperature of the water needs to be similar to the temperature of the glass.
- When cooling the windshield, make sure to do it gradually. Sudden temperature changes greatly increase the chances of a crack out.
- If you’re using the air conditioner to cool the glass, use the floor vents to cool the entire cabin of the car to minimize the risk of cracking the glass. Directing cold air onto the damaged area is very risky.
- Always make sure the resin temperature is within 10 degrees of the glass temperature. Cold resin on hot glass or vice versa may make the damage spread.
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