New products at TIBS

Gobius Pro sensors


Feb 27, 2020

At last month’s Toronto boat show, there certainly was a lot to see. One exhibitor Woodard and Company had a couple of brand new and noteworthy items that will be in marine stores soon.  Woodward is a Canadian operation in Concord, ON and has been bringing boat and RV in since 1967.

Gobius level indicators

The New Gobius Pro sensors measure the level of fluid in virtually all kinds of tanks – from the outside! 

Gobius Pro sensorsIdeal for tanks with no, or non-working sensors (ie: waste tanks, grey water tanks, holding tanks) the sensors will read through tanks with steel sides, plastic, aluminum, and fiberglass, with no holes needed to be drilled, and no need to have access to the interior of the tank for installation. 

The sensor can work alone or together with up to nine other sensors.  With Bluetooth communication you can monitor tanks directly in your smart phone.




Dripper GuardDripper Guard

Designed of soft, flexible rubber, UV protected and available in white or black, in self-adhesive 3M® bonding or thru-hull installation, Dripper Guard prevents boat hull stains caused by boat thru-hulls.

It’s perfect for any component on your boat that has a thru-hull! Ideal for preventing stains from air conditioner, sink, generator, shower, bilge pump, bait well, and sump pump thru-hulls. You can forget the boat hull cleaner and make your boat maintenance a breeze using Dripper Guard.

For more information contact: or call: (905) 760-0245

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