Washer pump

  • 19-Mar-2010 08:51 EDT

The Bowles Fluidics washer pump was designed to address washer-system performance issues. Key design input for the pump came from the company’s 30 years of experience in automotive washer systems as well as a survey of the needs and wants of more than 200 OEM and Tier 1 customers. Competitively priced at all volume levels, the pump is offered in both single- and dual-output versions. Some of the key design features and benefits offered by the high-performance BFC washer pump are higher pressure at the nozzle, increased C-zone coverage, improved dynamic performance, industry-standard electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) protection circuitry, and better fluid distribution. The pump's detuned output to rear glass reduces ricochet and improves coverage.

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