Horton offers new medium-duty fan

Feb. 16, 2005
Horton offers new medium-duty fan

TAMPA, FL – Horton Inc. showed off its latest engine fan for medium-duty trucks here at the Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) annual meeting – a fan made of plastic to reduce weight yet provide greater cooling ability.

WindMaster MS9 nine-blade fans are available in 22- and 30-inch diameters, with pitch widths of 2.5 inches and standard mounting pilots from one to five inches. The hubless fan also features a honeycomb pattern on the mounting pilot for improved stacking ability and reduced shipping and storage costs, said Horton.

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