Electric vacuum pump for brake systems

  • 01-Jul-2016 05:39 EDT
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HELLA’s electrically driven vacuum pump for vehicle brake systems is designed to provide on-demand brake-system vacuum for high-efficiency gasoline engines, diesels and turbo- and super-charged engines, as well as hybrid or full electric powertrains. New fuel-saving approaches often have a direct impact on other engine functions that, for example, provide vacuum to support brake-booster systems. According to HELLA, the UP5.0 Electric Vacuum Pump solves this problem by meeting vacuum requirements for brake boosters under the most demanding applications. Fuel efficiency and fully independent vacuum generation were objectives for the development of the UP5.0. HELLA's new vacuum pump will help carmakers meet new emissions marks, while satisfying consumer demand for smooth and consistent brake-pedal feel with reliable performance. For more information, visit www.hella.com.

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