ProBond Acid-Free Resin
- Nominal viscosity: 11cp
- Acid free*
- Ultra-low toxicity
- Excellent bonding strength
- Fast curing
- Great for small bullseye’s, combination breaks and star breaks
- Recommended for ambient temperatures below 100°
Characteristics shared by all Delta Kits injection resins include:
- Superior flexibility to compensate for expansion, contraction and glass flex
- Outstanding optical clarity
- Compatible with all windscreen repair systems
- 15 ml plastic bottle fill resins include a dropper tip as well as glass pipette style dropper
- Money-back guarantee
- Low acrylic acid content
From the Archives
Dealing with Sensitivity to Windscreen Repair Resins
Windscreen repair resins come in a variety of colors, viscosities and qualities but most have one thing in common; they contain acrylic acid. Acrylic acid can cause a sensitivity to windscreen repair resins. Acrylic acid etches the glass to provide maximum adhesion. Because the number one goal of windscreen repair is to restore the structural integrity of the glass, the resin’s ability to bond with the glass is crucial.
So, while acrylic acid is a key ingredient in most top of the line windscreen repair resins, like all acids it is important to follow proper safe handling procedures. Then if you get resin on your equipment or a customer’s windscreen wipers, upholstery or paint job, it may cause damage. Acid-based resins may also cause skin irritation if handled irresponsibly. In fact, in rare cases individuals may develop a hyper-sensitivity to acrylic acid after repeated exposure to the chemical. Of course, if left untreated hyper-sensitivity can lead to a burning sensation or open sores.
Nitrile Gloves and Sensitivity to Windscreen Repair Resins
With this in mind, there are several ways you can protect yourself from the effects of acrylic acid in resin. First, you should always wear nitrile gloves when doing a repair or cleaning up afterwards. Nitrile gloves can block the corrosive effects of acid, unlike latex gloves which cannot.