... the war of FOG

I intend to sharing most all of the public domain: information: trade secrets and processes for defogging windows so you can make informed decisions.

Most all of the processes and methods are now in the public domain and there remain a number of companies still trying to profit from the work originally done by Crystal Clear Window Works Canada.

At one point in time Crystal Clear Window Works Canada was the only company who had secured and developed IP rights, trade secrets and designs for the processes and methods of removing moisture from foggy windows. When the process is done properly the system works very effectively - when done by cowboys ... it is little more than a scam.

If you are considering purchasing a dealership, franchise, business system, license, country license or purchase defogging products or training for moisture removal from failed thermal pane windows we can help with due diligence and research.

You should read this site carefully and proceed with caution as there are many scam artists and fraudsters to watch out for and information that you should understand.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Insulated Glass Units deflecting

 Thermal Pane or Double Glazed or Dual Pane or Insulated Glass Units will all fail over time. Barometric changes and fluctuations in temperature create pressure differentials between the inside air space and the atmosphere. These pressure differentials cause the lites of glass to deflect inboard or outboard which in turn creates, over time, a weakness in the glass sealant interface. Eventually ambient air with is residual water vapour will be drawn into the sealed united during its cooling cycle. 

Why thermal pane windows fail and cause condensation

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Drilling window glass to remove moisture and fog ... what is the best tool

Inexpensive battery operated rotary tools provide the best results for drilling through clear glass lites of glass. Rotary tools from Dremel, owned by Bosch, Black and Decker, Sears Craftsmen all produce the same results. Use a 4mm diamond burr or drum bit, run the rotary tool at near maximum rpm and with a steady hand begin to carve a cresent shaped groove to steady the dremel as you drill through the glass. Note; YOU CANNOT DRILL TEMPERED GLASS WITH THIS METHOD