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Hepworth 20Nm Medium Duty Marine Wiper - Pantograph/Pendulum

The 20Nm is a compact unit aimed at the small boat market, where efficient clearing of windows is essential
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The Hepworth 20Nm is a compact unit, aimed at the small boat market, where efficient clearing of windows is essential, in a hostile marine environment.

This unit is supplied as a fixed arc or variable arc model, for 12 and 24 volt DC.
The standard motor has two speeds and a self parking facility which can be operated by a rotary switch, toggle switch or a multi speed/function control switch. Insulated earth return and EMC filter are standard.
Pantograph and Pendulum arm versions with Arms  and Blades each up to 24ins. (610mm) are available to suit window up to 1mtr high.

We can customise to achieve optimum clear swept window area on your vessel

For more information and detailed specifications on the options please click on the Brochure Download button.
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102 Tirangi Road
Rongotai 6022
Wellington
NEW ZEALAND

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