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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Wynn Launches New Pantograph Wipers

September 5, 2001

Wynn Marine has developed a new Pantograph wiper system, featuring an externally mounted motor position, which is easier to fit than its predecessor, while still providing the utmost reliability and performance.

The Wynn 1801 SeaHorse complete unit is fitted externally, thus reducing the need for bulkhead penetrations enabling the system to be more flexible, while avoiding conflict with other equipment fitted above or below the bridge windows. In addition to its presence on newbuilds, the 1801 is also a fitting match for vessels wanting to upgrade their wiper systems to Wynn's latest technology.

The Pantograph arc of the Seahorse wiper is adjustable from 35 to 90 degrees, with blade lengths ranging from 300 to 800 mm; arm lengths range from 300 to 850 mm, allowing the system to meet most applications.



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