Horton has introduced the Modulator LCV40 fully variable fan drive and WindMaster plastic LS11 fan, suitable for a wide variety of agricultural, construction, and transportation equipment. Compact and lightweight, they’re said to improve fuel economy.
Controlled by the engine’s electronic control unit (ECU), the LCV40 fan drive has high torque and a fast response time. Its variable-speed operation and lower off-speed result in more usable horsepower for auxiliary systems, says Horton. It’s said to be completely sealed with durable construction for a long, maintenance-free operating life.
Designed for a broad range of operating conditions, WindMaster LS11 blades can be trimmed to the appropriate size for radiator and airflow requirements. The blades are computer-optimized for minimum deflection, reduced fan stress, and increased airflow stability. Constructed with UV-stabilized materials, they’re said to have an exceptional strength-to-weight ratio.
This engine cooling package provides optimized cooling in a broad range of first-fit and retrofit applications, the company says.
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