Crack Expanders open tight cracks and keep them open during the repair. These handy tools are often bought in sets of two or more.
Glasweld Crack Expander allow you to open up tight cracks so that resin can flow during the repair process. To use, apply the Crack Expanders to the backside of the glass, along the crack. Gently tighten the screw to open the crack. Depending on the length of the crack, it may be helpful to use multiple Crack Expanders.
For use with Zoom, G3 ProVac, ecoVac, and ProVac 2000 injectors.
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A Crack Expander
is designed to help open cracks
in glass. The reason for opening a crack
is to allow a wider path for windshield repair resin to flow into. The Delta Kits 22425 Crack Expander
is specifically designed to release from the windshield if too much pressure is being applied.
Attaches to the inside of the glass to open tight cracks and aid in the injection process. Designed to release if too much pressure is applied.
Crack Expander for Glass Repair
Have you ever run across a stubborn crack where the resin just won’t flow? Maybe you’ve tried a variety of techniques like flexing the glass with a probe, and heating the glass, but still the resin will not flow through the crack.
The Crack Expander is designed to open cracks in glass, creating a wider path for windshield repair resin to flow more freely throughout the break.
How to Use
Open up stubborn cracks
using the crack expander. Retract the center screw until the rubber tip is flush with the bottom of the base. Moisten the cups with a drop of water or glass cleaner. Place the crack expander on the inside of the windshield with one cup on each side of the crack. Make sure the center screw aligns with the crack. Press the suction cups firmly, but gently against the glass.