Home Truck Parts FuelScoop available for Freightliner, International MD trucks

FuelScoop available for Freightliner, International MD trucks

Aeroz America proprietary FuelScoop products are now available for Freightliner and International medium-duty box trucks.

The Aeroz bonded application eliminates all the expense involved when retrofitting the factory or any other after-market products that require removing the truck header liner, drilling holes, welding support brackets into the roof structure and possible repainting.

When installed on similar Isuzu and Hino trucks, the FuelScoop saves 10 to 20 percent on average in fuel costs, Aeroz America says.

“In addition to the fuel savings I recorded after the installation of the FuelScoop on my International box truck, the added stability and ease of driving coupled with the huge improvement in power literally blew me away. It’s saving me both time and money. I had no expectation the difference would be so dramatic” says Dennis Almeida, owner, D&M Kitchen & Bath Supply in Livermore, Calif.

“We enjoy working with forward thinking truck owners and operators who have a serious focus on their bottom line and a commitment to the environmental impact directly associated with reduced consumption of fossil fuels,” says Aeroz America CEO Mike Visser.

FuelScoop (dry freight) and FridgeScoop (reefer trucks) models are available for Isuzu, Hino, Mitsubishi, Mercedes/Freightliner Sprinter, Ford Transit, Freightliner and International medium-duty box trucks.

Aeroz Products has been involved in the development, manufacture and distribution of medium-duty commercial truck aerodynamics since the 1980s during which time its products have saved customers tens of millions of dollars in reduced fuel and maintenance costs, the company says.

Credit: Source link

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Must Read

Honda to demonstrate Class 8 hydrogen fuel cell truck – Truck News

Honda is bringing a Class 8 hydrogen fuel-cell-electric conept truck to ACT...

Don't Get Too Excited About Toyota’s First Electric Pickup Truck – Gear Patrol

Don't Get Too Excited About Toyota’s First Electric Pickup Truck  Gear Patrol Credit: Source link

Honda believes hydrogen semi trucks will make the case for fuel cells – Digital Trends

Honda believes hydrogen semi trucks will make the case for fuel cells  Digital Trends Credit: Source link

ECONOMIC TRUCKING TRENDS: Freight recession to end in September, Motive predicts – Truck News

Preliminary trailer order numbers for April show a sluggish market, and buyers...

Volvo and Daimler create JV to enhance digital capabilities – Truck News

Rivals Volvo Group and Daimler Truck have agreed to form a joint...