(PRWEB) August 7, 2005
The Patented Seal System incorporates a silicon grommet at the tube to header joint, replacing the traditional brazed/weld tube to header joint. The silicon grommets allow for free thermal expansion while maintaining a leak free seal. By allowing for thermal expansion, the stress and premature failures associated with braze/weld tube-to-header joints are eliminated.
Dura-Lite recommends that you make testing charge air coolers a habit. Dura-Lite's test kits are designed to let you know what tests should be run whenever a truck is in for servicing. Dura-Lite says that these tests should be as routine as checking oil and will help keep your fleet running at its best. Leaking charge air coolers can cost you money. A leak-free CAC can save up to $4,368 a year in fuel costs, improve engine performance and eliminate repair costs due to exhaust manifold, turbocharger and piston ring and valve failure. If your charge air cooler is leaking, Dura-Lite recommends replacement with a patented Dura-Lite CAC.
Dura-Lite Heat Transfer Products is a privately owner manufacturing company headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Dura-Lite manufactures aftermarket charge air coolers for the turbo-diesel truck and bus markets as well as heavy-duty construction equipment, agricultural equipment and stationary applications. Dura-Lite has more than ten years of manufacturing experience with its patented CAC design. The products are available to Detroit Diesel customers in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Australia.
Dura-Lite maintains on-staff engineering to work with Detroit Diesel customers in the field. They are also available to work with customers to solve technical problems with existing units, even if the existing units are not manufactured by Dura-Lite.
For more information about Detroit Diesel performance products, contact your nearest Detroit Diesel authorized Dealer or Distributor.
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