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What do Terms and Standards Mean in Real Life Video

What do Terms and Standards Mean in Real Life Video

Common terms and standards in New Zealand we hear around flashing lights and worklights include: SAE Class 1 SAE Class 2 SAE Class 3 CISPR 15 EMC

Colours of Flashing Lights on Vehicles

Colours of Flashing Lights on Vehicles

  The Road Code instructs us how to treat each different colour flashing light, with the main point being to take careful notice of vehicles with flashing lights and to obey their instructions....

Folding Mount for Pilot Vehicle Signs #9251

Folding Mount for Pilot Vehicle Signs #9251

This is a folding mount for Pilot Vehicle Signs - Part number #9251. Primarily for use on pilot vehicles guiding oversized transport. It is assembled out of aluminium to achieve strength while...

TransQuip’s Industrial Aluminium Loading Ramps

TransQuip’s Industrial Aluminium Loading Ramps

Watch the video below to see our large range of alloy ramps from small mower ramps up to large machinery ramps. 

How does Our Hazard Panel Mounting Kit Work?

How does Our Hazard Panel Mounting Kit Work?

The #9250 hazard panel mounting arm kit comes with 2 arms that have been designed to make it easier to mount hazard panels at the extremity of an oversize load or vehicle, such as a tractor.

Eliminate Blind Spots with Our Most Popular Reversing Camera Kit

Eliminate Blind Spots with Our Most Popular Reversing Camera Kit

Your blind spot when you are reversing can be deadly. Although rear view mirrors and reversing beepers are designed to help minimise the risk, there is something very comforting in actually seeing...

Oversize Vehicle Regulation Requirements

Oversize Vehicle Regulation Requirements

Required Signage for Oversize Vehicles Getting the right signage for your over dimension vehicles is now essential to fit all the legal requirement of agricultural and commercial work. Here is a...

Reversing Alarm Options

Reversing Alarm Options

TransQuip sell a range of 6 different reversing alarms. To help you understand what you would need your applications or needs watch the video to find out the 3 main differences between the alarms.

Loading your ATV Safely

Loading your ATV Safely

When riding all-terrain vehicles (ATV) and motorbikes, you always need to minimise any risks and be safe, not only on the field but also when you are loading up. The correct tools and equipment are...

Quick Fit, Multi Fit HEXCHEX Wheel Nut Indicators

Quick Fit, Multi Fit HEXCHEX Wheel Nut Indicators

Watch this video to find out what a HEXCHEX wheel nut indicator is and how it can benefit you. Making it easier to keep your vehicles safe! 

Flashing Light you can Install & Fire up in Moments

Flashing Light you can Install & Fire up in Moments

Watch this video to see why the Sentinel #9125 window or permanent mounted flashing light is a perfect solution for any vehicle that needs a temporary flashing light. Super quick and easy to install...

Flashing Light Fitting Regulations for NZ

Flashing Light Fitting Regulations for NZ

Amber Vehicle Flashing lights are used to warn of hazards around the vehicle or work site. There are becoming smaller, brighter, tougher and smarter as the LED technology evolves and better materials...

Halogen vs LED Beacon Flashing Lights Video

Halogen vs LED Beacon Flashing Lights Video

Watch our video to see how we have tested them side by side, both the dark and in daylight.

The Original #9902 Mini LED Barlight Video

The Original #9902 Mini LED Barlight Video

The original #9902 is our most popular LED Mini Barlight and this is why…

What kind of Flashing Lights are Best to Suit your Application?

What kind of Flashing Lights are Best to Suit your Application?

Find out what kind of flashing light you need... Is it a barlight, beacon or directional flashing light and how are you going to mount it?

Health & Safety Adds Value to Your Business

Health & Safety Adds Value to Your Business

If you could save money, improve productivity, and increase employee morale, would you? New Zealand businesses spend $3 billion per year on costs associated with occupational injuries and illnesses....