Threats on the road
Rain, mud, snow, sand… these and more obstacles can hinder driving and therefore trigger an accident…
…,: that is why Europe added the Regulation 109/2011 to the Directive 91/226-EC, by which the truck flaps must dissipate a minimum of 70% of the water that is projected from the wheels.
An anti-spray system that by design far exceeds the established minimum, making the flaps more efficient and driving safer.
Any water or material that hits the body of the flap is dissipated to the sides by means of the horizontal relief, and then precipitates thanks to the vertical relief, thus guaranteeing a minimum of 80% water dissipation.
Antispray devices for some non-directional or autonomous steering wheels
Mudguards and antispray devices
Directional or self-steering wheels:
From the front edge (tip C at 30º), to the rear edge (tip A at 100 mm) Rv ≤ 1.25 R
From the front edge (tip C at 20º), to the rear edge (tip A at 100 mm) Rv ≤ 1.25 R
R – is the tire radius and Rv – is the radial distance to the lower edge of the outer valve.