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Post by bill lambeth » March 11th, 2014, 2:34 pm

Anybody familiar with US Windshield Repair ? I am a user of Magna Bond but this guys resin ROCKS ! My skeletons look a lot less noticeable than ever before .No disrespect to Delta what so ever! I am testing his equipment now and not sure about it yet but I am always looking for something with less twisting (threading) motion as my right wrist was basically crushed in 99. And yes I have tried Deltas numerous times but just wasn't for me. Any input would be appreciated as I really do need to find an injector . I have been doing this fulltime for 10 years and have been using the QT with a Delta bridge. The QT does a great job but I want something a little less work .Liquid Resin is an awesome company just like Delta. I know this is opening a big can of worms !

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Re: Injector

Post by Mr Bill » March 11th, 2014, 6:46 pm

What specifically do you not like about the QT Resinator?
The US Windshield Repair injector has no vacuum port, otherwise, it looks like it works like a DK injector, only the DK one is spring loaded.
I like an injector which is screwed into the bridge, so adjusting head pressure against the glass is simple.
The US one looks a little more fiddly.
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Re: Injector

Post by bill lambeth » March 11th, 2014, 8:00 pm

Bill I do not like having to screw in the QT injector in and they have made them out of a dark color and sometimes you want have resin because you can't see that there is air in the end. These injectors gum fairly easy and yes I keep them out of the sun. The amount of vacuum you get on the US injector is amazing but I do agree with you about being a little testy to operate. Still trying to get the hang of it. I am totally sold on his resin.

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Re: Injector

Post by Auto Glass Rescue » March 13th, 2014, 8:15 am

I have nothing but great things to say about Delta Kits and their Injectors, but this thread got me thinking about something I was wondering a while back...

What kind of vacuum are the Delta Kit Injectors pulling? What about the GlasWeld G3 ProVac Injector vacuum? Are the two comparable in the vacuum they pull?

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Re: Injector

Post by screenman » March 13th, 2014, 10:37 am

You do not need much vacuum to do a quality repair, took me 17 years to be convinced of that but I am turned now.
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