Latest New Product News from Meritor WABCO
Shock Absorbers address all-makes market segment.Meritor WABCO Troy, MI 48084
Jan 28, 2013 American-made in ISO-certified facility, AllFit Shock Absorbers are available in Cab, Standard Duty, and Premium Adjustable models. Cab models isolate cab from vehicle's frame to maximize ride comfort, while Standard Duty types use premium components to ensure longevity. To support ride preference, Premium Adjustable versions can be converted to regular, firm, or extra firm. Products are suited for Class 6–8 linehaul trucks, trailers, fire and rescue vehicles, delivery vehicles, and school buses.
Air Suspension enhances fuel economy via electronic control.Meritor WABCO Troy, MI 48084
Aug 21, 2012 Targeting tractors, motor coaches, and buses, 6x2 Electronically Controlled Air Suspension (ECAS) improves air suspension control by maintaining set ride height between axle and chassis as road and vehicle characteristics change. Pressure control of air springs is only adjusted when there is change in the load, reducing compressor duty cycle and improving fuel economy. Automatic load transfer reduces drive axle wheel spin and traction control events during aggressive acceleration.
Driving Monitoring System increases fleet safety.Meritor WABCO Troy, MI 48084
Aug 20, 2012 Powered by Takata Corporation's SafeTraK technology, Lane Departure Warning (LDW) system consists of forward-looking, vision-based system that monitors road and vehicle's position in lane. Driver receives audible warning if vehicle unintentionally leaves its lane; system detects lane drifts, weaving, and lane changes without turn-signal application. Also included, Driver Alertness Warning (DAW) function provides warning when system determines driver to be drowsy.
Trailer Suspensions are optimized for capacity, capability.Meritor WABCO Troy, MI 48084
Sep 29, 2011 With respective capacities of 25,000 and 30,000 lb, MTA25 and MTA30 Meritor Trailing-Arm Air (MTA) ride trailer suspension systems meet needs of North America truck and trailer operators in various vocational markets. Axle wrap design fosters secure and durable connection, while shock absorbers promote suspension control and consistent tire contact with ground. Optional lift kit allows suspension users to raise select axles, improving maneuverability and extending tire life.
Collision Safety System includes active braking.Meritor WABCO Troy, MI 48084
Feb 08, 2008 Designed for commercial vehicles, OnGuard(TM) consists of forward-looking, radar-based adaptive cruise control system that can detect multiple moving and fixed objects at distances up to 500 ft. System coordinates responses from engine, transmission, and anti-lock braking systems through communications across SAE J1939 data network. Active braking automatically uses vehicle foundation brakes to alert driver and decelerate vehicle when pre-set vehicle following distance is compromised.
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Meritor 18X Brings New Strength to Europe's Single Reduction Axle Market
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Meritor Expands Controls and Electronics Capabilities to Improve Performance and Efficiency
Sep 17, 2012
Meritor Introduces New ELSA 225H and 225L
Sep 17, 2012
Meritor Introduces New 17X Light Axle
Sep 17, 2012
Meritor LogixDrive(TM) Uses Electronic Intelligence for Ultimate Axle Efficiency
Sep 11, 2012
Meritor to Premiere Latest Generation of High Efficiency Axles and Brakes during IAA
Aug 16, 2012
Meritor WABCO Showcases Innovation Leadership During Hands-on Technology Event for Commercial Vehicle Industry
Dec 05, 2007
WABCO CEO to Present at the Merrill Lynch 2007 Growth Industrials Conference
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