Horton has expanded its VMaster viscous air-sensing fan drive line to include first-fit and aftermarket applications for International and Paccar vehicles.
The new applications include Paccar (Kenworth and Peterbilt) trucks with Cummins ISC or Cat C7 and 3126E engines, and International Cl 5-7 trucks and buses with the T444E engine.
Horton said it plans later this year to introduce a mid-sized VMaster drive for use with medium-duty fans and the WindMaster MS9 fan.
The VMaster viscous air-sensing fan drive is a pulley-mounted unit designed for use in heavy-, medium- and light-duty trucks, buses and off-highway equipment.
Horton says the drive is equipped with a large flat plate bimetal sensor that sheds debris and reduces the likelihood of engine overheating due to fan drive failure. The drive provides smooth, automatic fan transitions to optimum speed, cooling only when needed. This results in improved engine performance, less noise and reduced fuel consumption.
The fan drive is lightweight, modular, and features a fully sealed design for a long, maintenance-free life, says Horton. VMaster is compatible with Horton's WindMaster fans as well as fans from other makers.
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