Using our experience of OE-standard manufacturing and precision engineering, we’ve developed a range of conventional (bracket) wiper blades that provide high levels of performance for many applications and vehicle models. Our unique design ensures our conventional wiper blades are reliable and durable enough to perform efficiently and keep cars and drivers safe journey after journey.
Conventional (Bracket) Wiper Blades
DENSO conventional wiper blades are designed to be durable and easy to fit, enabling safe driving in all weather conditions
Conventional (Bracket) Wiper Blades
How they work
Features and benefits
Efficient and effective design.
Durability for longer performance.
Maximum windscreen coverage.
Wide range of applications.
Types & Characteristics
Conventional (Bracket) Wiper Blades types
Standard, or straight, wiper blades are available in two separate designs: low- and high-profile. They are a common design suited for the maximum number of applications.
To meet vehicle manufacturer specifications, our range includes wiper blades with spoilers that help car models sustain optimum performance, even at high speeds.
European car models use curved wiper blades on the passenger side to ensure complete coverage with no spots or streak marks. DENSO’s product range can meet this specific requirement.
The unique design of Frowned Wiper Blades enables a precise degree of shape adjustment, meaning they can suit vehicles with even the most extreme windscreen curvature.
With an efficient and strong design, our conventional wiper blades lead the market with their high level of durability and performance.
Catalogues and Leaflets
We have a consolidated range of over 50 part numbers that suit a wide range of car models and application types. Find out more in the information below.
Installation & Fault finding
Wiper blades are a key part of any car’s safety system, so to keep drivers and passengers safe in all weathers, they need to be installed correctly and have any faults fixed quickly.
Firstly, read the installation guide carefully.
Clean the windshield manually (not with the old wiper blades).
Ensure the new wiper blades are the correct ones. It’s essential to do this early – once the old ones are removed, it can be difficult to fit them back onto the wiper arms.
Lift the arm off the windshield to its highest point. Some cars’ wipers need to be moved to the service position or to 12 o’clock. This is because not all wiper arms are designed to be lifted in their normal ‘parked’ position and can be prevented from doing so by the hood.
Remove the old wiper blades and inspect the wiper arms for corrosion and imperfections. If these are evident, seek professional advice to ensure their safety isn’t compromised.
Gently place the arm back into position. Do not allow the arm to stand on its own or hit the windshield, as in both cases, the windshield will be damaged and likely need replacement.
Take and prepare the new wiper. Remove protective cover from the rubber, if present. Lift the arm again and install the wiper in accordance with the installation guide. Gently place the arm back into position.
Try operating the wiper system while vehicle is stationary.
Foreign matter has attached itself to the rubber blade.
The edge or whole of the blade is worn.
The arm is at an incorrect angle.
The wiper blade or rubber is deformed.
Streaking marks on the windscreen.
The wiper blade jumps or vibrates as it moves across the windscreen.
There are spots on the screen that are left unwiped.
The wiper blade doesn’t make contact with the windscreen evenly, leaving large unwiped surfaces.
If you notice any symptoms of wiper blade failure, it’s worth checking the blade to make sure the arm is at the correct angle and the wiper blade is clean. If, after wiping and changing the angle, there is no improvement in performance, the blade may need replacing. It’s recommended that wiper blades be replaced every year at least.