SCARBOROUGH, Ont. - Grote says it can protect harness and pigtail connections exposed to harsh road conditions like water, salt, dirt and chemicals.The company has developed Ultra-Seal Corrosion Preve...
SCARBOROUGH, Ont. – Grote says it can protect harness and pigtail connections exposed to harsh road conditions like water, salt, dirt and chemicals.
The company has developed Ultra-Seal Corrosion Preventive Sealant, which is applied between the pigtail and lamp connection to create a non-conductive, encapsulating physical barrier.
Ultra-Seal has added tackifiers that increase adhesion to the electrical connection and has a 25 per cent higher non-conductivity dielectric rating than the leading competitor.
For more information about Grote Ultra-Seal Corrosion Preventive Sealant, or any products in the company’s full line of vehicle safety systems equipment, call 800-268-5612.n
New cooling power for Paccar rigs
RICHMOND, Va. – Taylor Made Environmental has introduced three new models of Tundra refrigerators designed specifically for Peterbilt and Kenworth trucks.
The new Tundra models include two front-opening refrigerator units with interior freezer compartments, and a top-loading portable refrigerator/freezer box.
The T18P and T22P front-door units have 1.8- and 2.2-cubic feet of interior space respectively.
Both models come with a separate enclosed freezer compartment with an interior door to provide better temperature control.
The units are sized to fit the standard opening for other manufacturers’ refrigerators for easy retrofit.
The TPD23AC portable unit has 2.3-cubic feet of interior space. It comes with a digital thermostat control, which can be set to operate as a refrigerator or freezer. It can be run on AC or DC power through a built-in converter.
For more information, visit the company Web site, www.rhodescomm.com.
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