The most common question we get asked is, “What are your loudest horns?” Well, here they are! The same horn used on most American locomotives for decades, the Nathan AirChime K5LA. While there are many kinds of train horns, the Nathan AirChime K5LA is the golden standard that other train horns attempt to duplicate. With its massive size and even more intimidating tone, the K5LA proves that if you want a train horn, there really is no substitution for the Godfather of Train Horns. With its lower profile straight manifold, the LA style is the best choice for installs where you are limited on space vertically, but have plenty of room horizontally.
As Americas most popular train horn since the 1980s, the Nathan AirChime K5LA is best known for its unusually upbeat and thunderous tone. Sought after for its looks as well as its sound, the Nathan Airchime K5LA is constructed with five large die-cast aluminum bells with stainless steel diaphragms, mounted on their famous low profile bracket. The K5LA is built tough enough to withstand years of wear and tear from rain, snow, and sun for years. It’s really no wonder why the K-series has been the horn of choice for locomotive companies for decades. Put through hours of machine time until the tone is perfected, you don’t get higher quality than these horns. In a sea of pretenders, make sure you get the real deal.
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Use this product in a safe and responsible manner, at a distance of at least 100 feet from others.
Proper Hearing protection must be worn when using this air horn. Hearing loss or permanent damage may result from unsafe use.
Never operate this product in a closed environment or close to pedestrians or others.
It is the consumer's responsibility to comply with local noise ordinances and D.O.T. sound level laws.
This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.