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Latest Windscreen wiper Stories

2015-02-27 16:20:25

Simple ways to care for your car MISSION, Kan., Feb.

2015-02-20 23:00:26

Marketresearchreports.biz has added a new research report on the "Wiper Systems Market in the APAC Region 2015-2019" to its collection.

2015-02-16 12:21:15

LONDON, Feb. 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- About Wiper A wiper is used to clean dirt and mud from a windshield of an automobile.

2015-01-29 08:25:25

First-of-its kind test for rod wipers sets new industry criteria for contaminant exclusion WIXOM, Mich., Jan.

2015-01-08 08:22:46

New environmental standard for wipers (UL 2883) released by UL Environment MARIETTA, Ga., Jan.

2014-11-04 08:21:58

Atlanta based company introduces a way of safely locking your car wiper blades ATLANTA, Nov.

2014-10-24 23:00:13

With ValuSeal IonX ions are bygones in semiconductor and microelectronics manufacturining facilities.

2014-10-13 23:09:07

October sales of AutoTex PINK wipers help promote awareness and provide funds for National Breast Cancer Foundation Newton, MA (PRWEB) October 13, 2014

2014-10-07 12:21:21

BETHESDA, Md., Oct.

2014-09-30 23:18:23

Pink wiper blades sold by AutoTex donate a percentage of every sale to breast cancer research and awareness. SOLON, OH (PRWEB) September 30, 2014


Latest Windscreen wiper Reference Libraries

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2010-11-15 19:52:11

The windshield wiper is a device used to clear rain and debris from a windshield. Almost every major vehicle is equipped with wipers, and most of the time they are a legal requirement. The wiper usually consists of an arm that pivots at one end with a long rubber blade attached to the other. The blade swings back and forth over the glass clearing water from the surface. Usually the speed can be adjusted with several different speeds. Most autos have two synchronized radial type arms, while...

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