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Warning devices debut

21st August 1982, Page 14
21st August 1982
Page 14
Page 14, 21st August 1982 — Warning devices debut
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A NEW light and sound warning system is soon to be available the UK market for emergency, recovery and road maintenai vehicles. The equipment is marketed by Aero Dynic Signals Divis of America and is already on sale throughout the Continent.

AD claims that its roofmounted equipment "offers improved fuel economy and top speeds for emergency vehicles." It is suitable for all sizes of vehicles and there are eight basic models.

The units are oval to reduce wind drag. The lamps have a 250-hour life. The sound system is • speaker. It is 10 inches wide v a 200 watt output.

Details of specificatio availability and prices are av able from the UK agent, Tra Safety Systems Ltd, 19 Bucki ham Street, London WC2N 6 Tel: 01-839 2371, telex 24504.


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