Scratch Removal Made Easy with AEGIS
AEGIS® Tools International Inc. in Madison, Wis., offers its easy-to-use scratch removal systems for removing scratches from any type glass. The systems utilize cerium and aluminum oxide discs, which the company says makes it possible to remove scratches with virtually no messy slurry. Glass shops can remove scratches from damaged inventory with the basic warehouse kit (KIT1810), or take their scratch removal service into the field with the expanded kit (KIT1810). The systems also work for removing graffiti from
GGG Offers Windshield Wiper Blades
Gold Glass Group has expanded its product line with the introduction of its GGG Brand Premium Windshield Wiper Blades. The company says its newest line of wiper blades meet OEM specifications and are suitable for most vehicles, and that they’re made from high-quality natural rubber, appropriate for all-season
“GGG wiper blades are a great opportunity to increase profits with every windshield installation,” says Martin Bobinger, general manager of GGG Corp.
Watch Out for Equalizer’s New StingRay™
Like the legendary Stingray Corvette, Equalizer says its new StingRay™ tool has high torque, fast acceleration and a top end speed that is faster than any of its other Express® tools. The tool’s plunger floats on a series of ball bearings and the blade is driven by a floating pin bearing system, which allows all the power of the StingRay™ to be pushed directly to the blade, according to the company.
The ergonomic design was created to provide the user with a comfortable, natural grip, while the low profile of the handle is designed to give the operator clearance, no matter which direction he is cutting. In addition, the StingRay has a rotating speed control, which gives it a wide range of speeds from 500 to 3,000 strokes per minute. The StingRay™ is available in a standard kit (LDT204) and in a deluxe kit
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