Burson Auto Parts has launched two new quality windscreen wiper product ranges for trade intended for customers.
The Eyon Glide windscreen wiper replacement product range, manufactured by Trico, includes modern beam blade wipers and conventional wiper blade assemblies that cover the vast majority of vehicles in the Australian car parc.
- Advanced rubber technology that provides a longer life cycle
- Symmetrical spoiler that reduces wind lift at high speed
- Can be used to update conventional wiper assemblies to more efficient Eyon Beam Blades
- Slimline design to suit modern vehicles
- UV treated rubber wiping element and housings
- Multi-fit universal adapters included to ensure easy installation
For service and repair technicians seeking replacement conventional wiper assemblies, Burson also offers a full range of Eyon Glide powder coated, galvanised and UV treated conventional wiper assemblies featuring one inch blade increments for accurate sizing.
Corrosion resistant materials combined with premium quality rubber refills deliver an efficient wipe and a long service life. Each assembly also includes a pre-installed J-hook adapter to suit most makes and models. For ease of installation, the assemblies are also supplied with universal adapters.
Burson said all Eyon Glide conventional wiper assemblies are designed as direct OE replacements for vehicles fitted with this style of assembly.
Burson also offers the high-value ONmech range of conventional wiper assemblies and wiper refills.
According to Burson, the ONmech wiper range delivers excellent performance and durability for 9mm hook, 7mm bayonet and pin on arm wiper applications, perfectly suiting older passenger and commercial vehicles with wiper lengths from 380mm to 700mm.
The range offers two refill styles, twin rail refills in 6mm and 8mm widths, or plastic back refills, which are also available in 6mm and 8mm widths.
All ONMech wiper blade refills can be cut to length as required and feature easy metal snap off rails, along with durable stainless steel or Noryl polymer backs.
For the safest and most efficient windscreen wiper performance, Burson recommends vehicle wiper assemblies be replaced every three years and wiper inserts once a year, as a minimum. These safety components are subjected to constant external climate extremes and as a result, lose efficiency over time. The condition of windscreen wipers should always be included in any vehicle safety check and at every service interval.