When we develop a new designed Bull Bar, whether it be a Kenworth, Volvo, Western Star or any other brand of vehicle, we take everything we have learnt through repairing bull bars of that make and model. We consider the consistent repairs, cracks, and failures. We test the products integrity, along with components to measure the effectiveness or weakness. We consider owner and operator feedback. These are just some of the information we use before we even begin a design, we aim to provide, the best products on the market. How strong is your product? Why not have a look at some of our testing.
During our research ground clearance and approach angles were a major concern to operators. Our design has been able to maximise the approach angles eliminating current problems with competitor bars that bottom out or scrap upon entering uneven driveways and other off road applications
A lot of European vehicles are designed closer to the ground, enabling safer entry, and many other benefits. While this can be an advantage we have found that approach angles are compromised once a bull bar is fitted. Our new design is based on operator feedback, with approach angles being a concern for those vehicles constantly negotiating steep entrances and off road applications. Taking this on board we have designed the bull bars for maximum clearance.
Our newly Designed Bull Bar has been based on operator feedback from the industry along with our many years of experience. Our top pipes carry double the load of others in the market place and under testing bend less than half of other competitor Bull Bars. A 20% reduction in the light zone bar has increased its strength and along with a 25% stronger aluminium lights splitters, has seen a dramatic increase in strength and protection of this area, with a stronger over all construction and a steel box section we have been able to provide a heavy duty tow point as standard, with a higher rating than other products on the market..
As part of our development and research, we already knew what was failing in the market place due to us continually repairing other brands of Bull Bars out there in the market place. By starting from a blank canvas we were able to design a bull bar and components, from not only many years of experience, but from an operators point of view in what they wanted and required, from the product.
Attached is a PDF click on it to open it and see some of the tests carried out. It certainly begs the question “HOW STRONG IS YOUR PIPE? YOU BE THE JUDGE"