Narva Produces Versatile Mining / Utility Bars

Narva Mine-Ute Bar
A versatile new range of mining / utility bars from Narva are designed and assembled in Australia to provide the widest range of options for a plethora of applications such as mining, councils and tradesmen’s vehicles.

Catering for the most extreme conditions, the bars are manufactured from extruded aluminium that is black anodised and supplied with all stainless hardware and fittings. The extrusion is a two piece design allowing easy access to the internal wiring harness for servicing existing or adding new components to the bar. All bars come complete with a 4 metre wiring harness that is protected by a PVC tube and a 6 metre heavy duty nylon corrugated conduit harness is available as an optional accessory.

Each bar is fitted with Narva’s latest slimline low current draw multi-voltage L.E.D stop/tail/indicator lamps and supplementary reverse lamps each with virtually unbreakable polycarbonate lenses. Moulded end caps are fitted with waterproof metal toggle switches for the work lamps and all bars feature a conventional dual voltage 97dB reversing alarm.

Entry level bars are fitted with ‘Optimax’ rotating beacons with upgrade models offering ‘Pulse’ strobes or the new low profile L.E.D light box. All have the option of additional heavy duty work lamps.

Twelve standard bars come in 1.2 metre lengths however other lengths can be constructed to order on request and tailored to meet customers’ specific requirements using Narva’s vast array of emergency products.

The new Narva mining / utility emergency light bars are available from leading automotive and transport outlets.

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