Clutch coil for coolant pumps

  • 11-Mar-2010 08:51 EST

Shilla Industrial’s clutch coil for a switchable coolant pump eliminates unnecessary pump operation to reduce fuel consumption. The clutch coil is installed in the coolant pump to disable operation during idling up. By only operating during the times required by the engine, preheating time is reduced and annual fuel usage is lowered by 2%, claims the company.

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