Truck and Vehicle Bodies


Champion Racing Oil to Display Carbon-Fiber Sprint Car Body at PRI Trade Show
Truck and Vehicle Bodies

Champion Racing Oil to Display Carbon-Fiber Sprint Car Body at PRI Trade Show

Champion Racing Oil, a globally recognized industry leader in performance lubricants for over 58 years, will display on December 11th - 13th at the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade Show in Indianapolis; a new carbon-fiber Sprint Car body and chassis designed by Dave Blaney and built by Jack Elam of J J Auto Racing. Clinton, MO - Dave Blaney, professional NASCAR driver, Sprint Car Champion,...

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Custom Fire Truck Body endures extreme off-road use.

Available for brush and wildland fire fighting trucks, custom Strongback™ Fire Body is built for maneuverability and operation in difficult-to-reach areas as well as difficult terrains. Frame is made of 6 in. structural T6 extruded aluminum C channel side rails, 4 in. long sills, and cross members on 12 in. centers. Also, these lightweight, marine-grade aluminum beds feature boxes and baskets...

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Truck and Vehicle Bodies

New Truck Bed Profile Benefits Mining Industry

A new truck bed profile in high strength abrasion-resistant steel has created a truck body for mine transports with a substantially longer service life than previously. Improved rigidity, more even weight distribution, and higher wear resistance make the bed last longer. The choice of steel has also reduced the vehicle weight. The truck body is the creation of South African company Van Reenen...

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Deploying Commercial Electronics in Rugged Environments
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Deploying Commercial Electronics in Rugged Environments

When it comes to defense, all operations require a high degree of coordination and processing. As a result, airborne intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) has become a crucial component of military activity. In order to maintain stealth and avoid detection, ISR missions are forced to fly at extremely high altitudes. These altitudes present a number of environmental obstacles such as extreme temperature ranges or fluctuating atmospheric pressure – most of which cannot normally be handled by commercially available components. However, because of rising costs and time delays, developing application-specific hardware is becoming less feasible. Using a real-life case study, this white paper explores in great detail a scenario in which Commercial Off-the-Shelf (COTS) components were able to be used for a critical, extreme environment application. Check out this report, and see if cost-saving commercial COTS components can possibly be utilized for your specific needs.

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