Since 1982, GlasWeld has set the standard for windshield repair resins.
GlasWeld's Gfusion windshield repair resins are:
- Scientifically formulated to ensure clarity, quality and strength
- Independently tested to meet and exceed national and international industry standards, including ANSI (American National Standards Institute), NWRA (National Windshield Repair Association), BSI (British Standards Institution), and AS/NZS (Australia/New Zealand Standards)
- Formulated to perfectly match different temperature and break combinations
- Developed to work seamlessly with the components of all GlasWeld windshield repair kits
- Available in a variety of tints and viscosities for every kind of damage
These photos (at left) have been taken using black field photography which allows us to see in detail the actual bullseye damage before and after a repair. The after photo shows that all voids have been filled with resin and the small blemish (at right) is the remaining pit filler. For another view, the same before and after of this bullseye break appear below using standard photography.
Every Gfusion windshield repair resin has been independently tested for tensile strength, luminous transmittance and color stability. GlasWeld's Gfusion Windshield Repair Resins have been formulated to perfectly match different temperature and break combinations. GlasWeld invented tinted windshield repair resins.
To learn more about GlasWeld's windshield repair resins, review our resin selection chart.
Gfusion Windshield Repair Resins
Windshield Repair Resin Tints
Reduces light refraction in breaks that have cracks or crushed glass, such as combination or star breaks.
Designed especially to hide reflectivity in star breaks.
Used for the blue shaded band at the top of some windshields. It also works well on combination breaks and bull's-eyes.
Used for the green shaded band at the top of some windshields. It also works well on combination breaks and bull's-eyes.
With the approval of the ANSI standard for windshield repair, the quality of windshield repairs has become even more important. Choose the best resin, tailored for each type of damage, to ensure that you give your customers the best results possible. Our resin chart outlines the best resin to use for various damages and temperatures.
Windshield Repair Resin Viscosities
2010 Resin, Very Thin Viscosity
This is an ideal cold-weather resin, with a viscosity that lends itself to tight star breaks and partial bull's-eyes.
2020 Resin, Thin Viscosity
This is your best all-around resin. It has the same refractive index as windshield glass, so it provides superior optical clarity plus improved wetting action and hiding properties.
2030 Resin, Medium Viscosity
The answer to all of your hot weather repairs, and the perfect resin for larger combination breaks with its superior adhesion and elasticity.
CrackWeld 2000, Thick Viscosity
This long crack repair resin really works: it is moisture resistant, with enhanced adhesion and elasticity that can withstand the expansion and contraction that long cracks undergo.
Take your repairs to the next level, with GlasWeld's Gfusion windshield repair resins.