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2009-06-16
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The D Series cast iron gear motor from Sauer-Danfoss improves performance in demanding off-highway applications.
2009-06-16
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SVCL and SPCL series solenoid-operated on/off proportional cartridge valves with integral piloting or load-signaling from HydraForce offer a compact solution for directional control and load-holding applications.
2009-06-16
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Eaton has developed a silicone hose for high-temperature, high-vibration, and chemically challenging truck, bus, and mobile off-highway applications.
2009-06-16
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NHTSA (U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) is seeking comment on whether to revise its standard on bumpers to include light trucks, vans, and SUVs. The deadline for comments is Aug. 14.
2009-06-15
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Northwire’s DataCELL J1939 CAN bus cables are designed to meet and exceed the SAE J1939/11 specification.
2009-06-15
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ITT Interconnect Solutions has expanded its range of APD connectors with one-, seven-, and 51-way devices.
2009-06-15
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Two pressure sensors from Kavlico assist in optimizing engine performance of heavy-duty engines.
2009-06-15
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The Hall-effect analog output FNR switch from OTTO Controls is a compact three-position switch for use in off-highway machinery that provides operator comfort by reducing the movement required to change direction and switch gears.
2009-06-15
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Mico's check valve assembly for full-power brake systems is a compact manifold assembly with a check valve and inverted shuttle valve.
2009-06-15
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A full flange system from Parker Hannifin enables the flange to be attached to a hose after the fitting has been crimped on, improving connection assembly.
2009-06-15
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Hawe Hydraulics' type PSL proportional spool valve with direct CAN bus interface features simplified wiring connected and ready for use.
2009-06-15
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The VE10, VE30, and VE60 exchange valves from Poclain Hydraulics are suitable for exchange flows from 10 to 60 L/min (3 to 16 gal/min) in circuits at 450 bar (6530 psi).
2009-06-15
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Caterpillar’s C7.1 ACERT engine features a 7.01-L platform with a power rating of 175-300 hp (130-225 kW) and delivers a peak torque of 944 lb·ft (1280 N·m).
2009-06-15
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ArvinMeritor’s global hub reduction axle family of single and tandem rear axles provides operational flexibility for the heavy haul and construction, refuse, logging, concrete, and mining vocational markets.
2009-06-15
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Mercedes-Benz has revealed its S-Class hybrid-based ESF (Experimental Safety Vehicle) 2009, which brings a new dimension to airbag applications.
2009-06-15
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Ford's imported van/wagon, the Transit Connect, will be converted to all-electric at a U.S. plant by Smith Electric Vehicles. It will be offered with two different-capacity battery packs, one rated for 70 miles, one for 100 miles. Availability is scheduled for start of second quarter of 2010.
2009-06-15
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With its new-generation Polo, Volkswagen has concentrated on introducing technology that will advance the car in almost every respect and raise its overall quality level.
2009-06-15
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The new European Commission regulation introducing mandatory CO2 emissions limits for passenger cars was published on June 5, according to InterRegs, an online resource for global vehicle safety and emissions regulations.
2009-06-15
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President Stephanie Burns said Dow Corning will concentrate its research efforts on finding innovative, sustainable “solutions linked to global megatrends such as the drive for efficiency, increased focus on alternative energy and clean water, and the rapid urbanization in fast-growing emerging geographies.”
2009-06-12
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SKF's portfolio of customized bearings can improve powertrain efficiency by reducing friction up to 30% and in the process cut CO2 emissions.
2009-06-12
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The Kubota 07 Series from Kubota Engine includes the V2607-DI-Turbo, a new engine that follows the same design concept as the existing V3307-DI-Turbo.
2009-06-12
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John Deere Power Systems has developed technology solutions to meet the Interim Tier 4/Stage IIIB mobile off-highway emissions regulations for its lineup of industrial diesel engines.
2009-06-12
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Traditionally, acrylic has been only used in transparent applications, such as head and taillights. However, the recent use of opaque acrylic has expanded areas in which acrylic is used on a vehicle to include pillars, spoilers, roof and window trim, quarter and body panels, as well as emblems and logos. Integrating acrylic into these “nontraditional” parts can lead to a number of manufacturing and aesthetic advantages.
2009-06-12
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A new compounding additive that cuts rolling resistance is the key to Goodyear’s Fuel Max tire, the company’s recent upgrade of its midprice Assurance line. The compounding agent means a car needs less fuel to keep a set of Fuel Max tires rolling, which can boost fuel economy by 4%.
2009-06-08
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Perkins Engines’ 1200 Series Tier 4 Interim/Stage IIIB compliant engines offer not only specific power outputs but also a choice of engine configuration and options that provide OEMs with the ability to design-in the engine into an application with minimal re-engineering.
2009-06-08
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Both proton exchange membrane (PEM) and solid-oxide fuel cell (SOFC) types present new opportunities for stainless steel—for example, in heat exchangers, humidifiers, combustors, and plates. “All of those different components could be made up of metallic materials, and very often stainless steel represents the best optimal point between costs and performance,” said Scott Weil, a staff scientist at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
2009-06-05
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Beyond “fueling” auxiliary power systems, solar energy could be harnessed in the future for vehicle lighting. Imagine walking outside with a light strip, slapping it on the side of your vehicle, and that’s it—no holes, no wires, no maintenance—while meeting federal requirements. Rick Bozich of Grote Industries shared that scenario in discussing the possibilities of its new 1-mm (0.04-in) -thick LightForm LED technology.
2009-06-05
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Hundreds of college engineering students recently experienced the thrill of Formula SAE (FSAE), SAE International's series of competitive challenges for open-wheel racecars that were designed and built by school teams from around the world. Nearly 100 FSAE racecars doted the infield of the Michigan International Speedway on May 13-16.
2009-06-05
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Bright Automotive, a year-and-a-half-old start-up company based in Anderson, IN, recently introduced a prototype plug-in hybrid van for commercial fleet use that is expected to travel 50 mi (80 km) on 0.5 gal (1.9 L) of gasoline. Stoked on government loans, the start-up projects yearly sales of 50,000 IDEA light commercial trucks by 2013.
2009-06-04
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Once reserved for pricey applications such as flight training for pilots, simulators now utilize PCs, so they are quite affordable. Today’s powerful processors and sharp displays let equipment owners provide operator trainees with realistic training.
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