Showroom July/August 2018


Glass Software’s Next Generation

GTS Services is launching the next generation of software for auto glass repair and replacement businesses. Currently referred to as GlasPac NextGen, the new version has an overhauled look and feel and is a genuinely web-based system, accessible anywhere and from any device, according to the company.

The product is designed to meet needs of any
size auto glass business with features that can be turned on or off as necessary. For small shops that only need a few features, it can be a simple and fast quoting and scheduling app. For large shops or those with multiple locations, the new GlasPac can become an in-depth management system with features for parts, inventory, employees, and payroll management, as well as executive-level accounting and reporting functionality.


Windshield Repair and Quarter Glass Removal Simplified

GT Tools’ new SuperStar SpeedLock piston steamrolls through fast vacuum/ pressure cycles, the company says. Using a multi-position locking injector, SpeedLock technology allows for simple transitions between vacuum and pressure cycles to produce consistent, professional and high-quality repairs every time.

The new Quarter Cutter takes the functionality of a long knife and transcends it into a new design that’s ready to devour urethane. The product excels in cutting hard-toreach corners and is perfect for quarter glass, according to the company. Made from a durable aluminum body and knurled steel power handle, this tool can be driven through the urethane using a pushing motion. Technicians can also use the power handle and a rubber mallet to slice through crusty old urethane. The Quarter Cutter was engineered with a quick-change blade design that accepts GT Tools’ widely used and recognized 3- by 10-inch standard, H1 or H2 sheath blades. This design allows a specialist to slide the blade into the receiving end of the handle locking securely in place.

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