Beall makes roll stability standard

June 8, 2009
Haldex Commercial Vehicle Systems has announced that Beall Corporation has made the Haldex Trailer Roll Stability (TRS) system a standard product offering, effective July 1st

Haldex Commercial Vehicle Systems has announced that Beall Corporation has made the Haldex Trailer Roll Stability (TRS) system a standard product offering, effective July 1st.

According to Haldex, is designed for one to three or more axle semi-trailers using air-ride suspensions. The system is also available for pull trailers behind straight trucks and for use with standard spring suspensions.

The system delivers superior braking performance by adjusting for the trailer conditions during normal and ABS braking events as well as by intervening with active braking if conditions indicate a rollover is imminent, said the company.

For more information on Haldex TRS, contact a Haldex distributor, go to the Haldex website or call 800-643-2374.

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