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INTRODUCING THE ALL NEW INTENSIFIRE™ DUAL-HALOGEN HEADLAMPS FROM FISHER ENGINEERING
It goes with the territory. While the rest of the world sleeps, you and your FISHER® snowplow are out there working through the night, making it happen. Thanks to the all-new INTENSIFIRE dual-halogen headlamps—standard on all FISHER truck plows—now you can see what you're up against even better than before. Featuring brighter performance and greater reach, whether in low or high beam, the new INTENSIFIRE headlamps are designed to stand up to the punishing conditions of professional snowplowing. Just one more way Fisher Engineering helps you get through your days—and nights—behind the wheel.
The new, dual-cavity design means the low- and high-beam reflectors are each engineered for the optimal light spread and throw, whether you're out plowing a lot or moving on to the next job.
17% brighter and 6% wider, the new low beams keep light down in front of the plow, wasting less light.
Ideal for late-night travel between jobs; at 36% brighter and 35% increase in distance, the INTENSIFIRE™ dual-halogen headlamps help drivers see upcoming road hazards.
A dependable seal minimizes water ingression while the GORE-TEX® patch protected vent allows humidity and condensation out without letting moisture in.
Computer modeling and real-world trip track testing have led to the development of an improved compact structural design that is flexible, yet balanced, to provide durable and trouble-free performance.
Each lens is attached with a dual-adhesive bead seal that reliably secures the lenses to the casing even under jarring plowing conditions.
Halogen headlamps are known to generate heat and as a result, they minimize the buildup of snow and ice on the lens.