G Force System
unique scratch removal process is
other in the world."
is a super cooled liquid and can, even at ambient temperatures,
flow. Glass in the windows of an old house, for example,
is seen to be thicker
at the bottom than at the top. The equipment developed
by Glas Weld - Chicago Glass creates
the conditions to cause the glass to flow back into
the scratch caused by the damage.
equipment used, called 'G Force' ,
combines the speed of a high
torque sander-type drill, a specially developed dimpled
pad and a non
toxic compound as the medium to create movement and flow
molecules of glass to refill the void caused by the scratch.
process, the void fills from the bottom, so the width
of the scratch
remains the same until the last seconds of the process,
whereas the depth has changed from a damage you can 'catch
in' - to a slight graze on the surface.
The system will work on any depth
of scratch. The only element to consider
is whether it is cost effective in terms of time, compared with
The G Force works
particularly well on removing 'glass on glass' damage
caused in handling and distribution and is used by many major
glass wholesalers throughout Europe, where the distortion
free element is critical for windscreens. It also effectively
removes 'metal on glass' damage caused by paint scrapers, windscreen
wipers and Brillo pads or sandpaper.
refer to this type of damage as 'soft scratches' - usually caused
accidentally, whereas damage that is caused deliberately, i.e. graffiti ,
we regard as 'hard damage' scratches.
can remove scratches up to .004" deep in windscreens, mirrors,
annealed, plate and even tempered glass, curved or flat.