Centric Parts, a division of APC Automotive Technologies has unveiled a new air disc brake program for Class 7 and 8 vehicles.
ATLANTA, GA – Meritor has unveiled an optimized EX+ air disc brake that will be available to Original Equipment Manufacturers in 2018.
LOUISVILLE, KY – Air disc brakes appear to be gaining ground on their drum-based counterparts, and their stopping power has a role to play in emerging automation options like platooning trucks, according to Bendix officials.
East Manufacturing now offers the Hendrickson MAXX22T as its preferred air disc brake package option
ELYRIA, OHIO-More than 16% percent of class 6-to-8 trucks across North America are running air disc brakes. The air-disc market has seen a 50% market increase since 2013. Also, a full 85% of those brakes are the Bendix ADB22X and this week, the ADB22X surpassed the 1.5-million-unit production mark.
A full wheel-end portfolio from Bendix is now available on a range of International’s medium- and heavy-duty trucks
The SAF-Holland Neway LSZ steerable lift axle is now available with Bendix ADB22X air disc brakes
Quebec trailer maker says it’s the first in Canada to introduce Hendrickson
suspension systems equipped with air disc brakes.
Watson & Chalin has introduced the SL13K-1190 Tru-Track lift axle with steerable suspension and air disc brakes
Air disc brakes from Bendix will be standard on all Kenworth Class 8 tractors and trucks.
Product line covers more than 59 applications
Meritor has introduced a universal knuckle for use with its non-drive front steer axles, giving global customers an easy way to spec either drum or air disc brakes. And making the parts-inventory challenge easier
HALIFAX — Claude Robert, chairman of the Canadian Trucking Alliance, made an impassioned plea for a uniform regulatory regime across the country in his address to delegates at the Atlantic Provinces Trucking Association annual convention.
WABCO shows off air disc brakes for commercial trailers
LAS VEGAS — A U.S. rule requiring a 20 to 30 percent stopping-distance reduction for highway trucks will be officially announced this summer, a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) official confirmed this week.