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13th May 1960, Page 56
13th May 1960
Page 56
Page 56, 13th May 1960 — New Equipment
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Conversion Headlamps

PRE-FOCUS headlamp units designed to replace the original equipment on light commercial vehicles produced during the past 25 years are offered by Wipac Group Sales, Ltd., Buckingham.

manufacturers. .

Chemical Demisting APASTE which, when applied to clean, dry windscreens, is claimed to prevent the formation of condensation for up to three weeks is offered by the Postland Engineering and Trading Co., Ltd., Crowland, near Peterborough, Northants. It is known as Anti Condens AC 21 and is supplied in a tube at 8s. 6d.

Dark Directions rE Polco vehicle compass is now offered in luminous form by the Pool Clock Co., 90 Aldersgate Street,

London, E.C.1, at £1 5s. The mounting has been modified by the addition of a ball joint in the arm between the compass and the sucker by which it is attached to the windscreen.

Easy Control PUSH-BUTTON station selection and waveband change are features of the latest vehicle radio from Philips Electrical, Ltd., Century House, Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W.C.2. The radio is known as the Model 493VT and has four valves and an output stage incorporating transistors.

It costs £29 8s., including suppression equipment, ()Orates from a 12-v. supply and has a 3-w. output which is sufficient for a second loudspeaker in addition to the 5-in.-diameter unit incorporated in the basic radio.

Durable Trays PLASTICS drip trays which can be run over by heavy vehicles without damage are manufactured by S. C. Errington (Hanwell), Ltd., 132a Uxbridge

Road, Hanwell, London, W.7. They arc known as Motrays and are self-coloured white. Two sizes are available; 2 ft. 9 in. by 2 ft. at 19s. 6d. and 2 ft. 2 in, by 2 ft. at 13s. 6d.


Locations: London

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