Monday, 16 November 2020

The Lebogner Single Trumpet Air Horn


Get everyone's attention or deliver the warning needed when driving by using the perfect horn listed below:

The Lebogner Single Trumpet Air Horn is equipped with a loud horn that delivers 150DB power sound needed for any Truck, SUV, Car, Boat, or even a Train.

Benefits Of Buying The LEBOGNER Single Trumpet Air Horn Kit:

  •     Great Trumpet Design to fit on any Truck, SUV, Car, Boat, Or Train Measuring 16.9" x 3.7" Inches.

  •     Designed to work on any vehicle that has a 12 Volt DC Power available.

  •     Made out of Premium High Quality Chrome Plated ZINC Rust Free Material.

  •     Powerful compressor gives out a super loud 150DB sound that can not be ignored.

  •     Strong enough to be out on any weather and will not get damaged.

An air horn is a pneumatic device designed to create an extremely loud noise for signaling purposes. It usually consists of a source which produces compressed air, which passes into a horn through a reed or diaphragm. 

The stream of air causes the reed or diaphragm to vibrate, creating sound waves, then the horn amplifies the sound making it louder. Air horns are widely employed as vehicle horns, installed on large busessemi-trailer trucksfire truckstrains, and some ambulances as a warning device, and on ships as a signaling device.

In trucks and buses, the air horn is powered with compressed air from the vehicle's air brake system. In trucks, a cord mounted on the ceiling of the operator's cab is pulled or in buses, a valve lever on the side of the dashboard is pushed down or pulled up to open the valve, supplying varying amounts of air to the horn. 

Thus, an outstretched hand reaching upward and pumping is a signal to the driver of an air horn equipped vehicle, requesting a toot. In modern trucks and buses, the horn is actuated by a button on the steering wheel (just like a normal car horn). Some trucks and buses have both electric and air horn, selectable by a switch on the dashboard. This is to prevent the use of the powerful air horn in populated areas.


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