VM Series

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VM100 Mk2 Series

EC Approval Class II – VCA Type Approval
Radius of Curvature: 1600mm
Lens Size: 380×180mm (15” x 7”)
Clamp: Fits arms 16 to 46mm in diameter
Applications: Main Driving Mirror, Truck, Bus, Agriculture, Military, Construction, Other

VM100 Series

EC Approval Class II – VCA Type Approval
Radius of Curvature: 1600mm
Lens Size: 380×180mm (15” x 7”)
Clamp: Fits arms 16 to 32mm in diameter

Applications: Main Driving Mirror, Truck, Bus, Agriculture, Military, Construction, Other

VM1R Series

EC Approval: Class II – VCA Type Approval
Radius of Curvature: 1200mm
Lens Size: 305×205mm (12” x 8”)
Clamp: Fits arms from 16 to 32mm in diameter
Applications: Main Driving Mirror, Truck, Bus, Agriculture, Military, Construction

VM2 Series

EC Approval:  EC Approval: Class II & III – VCA Type Approval
Radius of Curvature: 1500mm
Lens Size: 205×150mm (8” x 6”)
Clamp: Fits arms from 10mm to 32mm
Applications: Main Driving Mirror, Bus, Off-road Agriculture, Military, Construction, Off-road, Other

VM3 Series

EC Approval Class IV & V – VCA Type Approval
Radius of Curvature: 600mm – Wide Angle
Lens Size: 205×150mm (8” x 6”)
Clamp: Fits arms from 10mm to 32mm
Applications:  Bus, Agriculture, Military, Construction, Off-road, Other

VM4 Series

EC Approval: Class IV & V – VCA Type Approval
Radius of Curvature: 300mm – Wide Angle
Lens Size: 200mm x 200mm (8.9” x 8.9”)
Clamp: Fits arms from 16mm to 46mm
Applications: Main Wide Angle Driving Mirror, Truck, Bus, Agriculture, Military, Construction, Off-road, Other

VM5 Series

EC Approval Class V & VI – VCA Type Approval
Radius of Curvature: 300mm – Wide Angle
Clamp: Fits arms from 10mm to 32mm
Applications: *Wide Angle Kerb View Mirror, Truck, Bus, Agriculture, Military, Construction, Off-road, Other

* VM5 (Class V) Kerb View Mirror Application
The VM5 mirror has been designed to offer vision over areas not covered by most existing kerb mirrors. Tests by Loughborough University have highlighted the advantage of the Spafax mirror and how eliminating blind spots has the potential to reduce accidents. Loughborough University report link:  https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/8873