At DuroWipers we design, develop, and manufacture individual, high performance Windscreen wipers in our UK based factory. Each system is constructed to exceed customer expectations in quality and innovation, with a patented unique dual drive design unlike any other marine wiper in the World.
We work closely with all clients in Marine, Offshore and Mlitary markets to offer the very best solutions to meet all types of conditions and needs.
DuroWipers have been used extensively by clients worldwide, building on a reputation for high quality, durable and reliable windscreen wiper systems.
DuroWiper Pantographs and Pendulums have a Patented twin drive rotary transfer box which gives a smooth, powerful and reliable performance.
AISI 316 Stainless Steel is extensively used throughout our machines, for its durability and anti-corrosive qualities.
DuroWiper systems have been designed to last the lifetime of a vessel, trains, crane or platform. This is reflected in the 3-year Warranty on all our window wiper systems and extended and Lifetime Warranties for the RNLI and the Royal Navy.
With our innovative design and the use of quality materials, we know our customer will have many years of maintenance free superior performance from their DuroWipers
DuroWipers is a member of the Ocean Protection Project, membership helps to buy much needed cleanup equipment to keep our coastlines clean and protect marine wildlife. It also allows to run free educational workshops and provide resources for schools around the world; inspiring every generation to take action and protect our oceans and marine wildlife!
Diligence Fort Rosalie Fort Austin
DuroWipers use AISI 316 Stainless Steel for its durability and anti-corrosive qualities.DuroWipers are designed, manufactured and Patented in the UK.
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