Preventive and corrective maintenance training on DM Advantage on/off and two-speed fan drives is now available from Horton.
The free training program, available both online and as a printed manual, includes operation of control systems; removal, disassembly, rebuilding and reinstallation of fan drives; and ongoing preventive maintenance and troubleshooting.
Technicians who successfully complete the training, including the comprehensive test of the material, qualify for a certificate of completion and recognition as a certified Horton technician.
“With this new training program, technicians can easily and quickly learn to maintain and repair DM Advantage fan drives,” said Tom Hujik, director of aftermarket and field sales. “Heavy-duty diesel DM Advantage fan drives are manufactured to last for many years. Therefore, proper maintenance and repair is essential to get the intended life out of these products.”