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2010-01-18
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Horton's Arctis two-speed fan drives offer engine cooling for medium-duty trucks, buses, severe-service vehicles, rear-engine cement mixers, and other on- and off-highway equipment with little to no ram air.
2008-06-19
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A higher-torque EC600 electromagnetic on/off fan drive from Horton was designed for use on medium-duty trucks, buses, and off-highway equipment.
2012-05-17
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Horton introduces an online application that offers users access to the company’s airflow management knowledge.
2011-04-04
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Horton is now manufacturing its entire line of electronic viscous fan-drive products at its Britton, SD, facility, including its VMaster directly controlled and Stratis viscous drives. The electronic viscous line previously was manufactured in Germany.
2011-05-23
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AKG and Horton introduce a combined-technology, advanced cooling system incorporating Horton’s WindMaster Revolution hybrid-flow fan and AKG’s aluminum bar-plate deep-core heat exchanger technology.
2010-10-11
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DM Advantage Reman fan drives from Horton are suitable for applications with little or no ram air.
2011-02-01
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The WindMaster Revolution is Horton's hybrid-flow fan that combines the features of axial-, mixed-, and radial-flow fan technology.
2009-06-18
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Horton’s VMaster and Stratis Di Viscous fan drive and controller systems provide customers the flexibility of variable speed along with optimal engine cooling, reduced fuel consumption, decreased noise, and more available horsepower for auxiliary components.
2008-07-10
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The DM Advantage fan drives from Horton meet industry demands for engine cooling, fuel savings, and noise reduction.
2008-07-10
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Horton’s Stratis directly controlled viscous fan drives meet 2010 and Euro V emissions standards and are designed to cool higher-power, hotter-running engines.
2010-06-04
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The WindMaster Revolution from Horton is a high-efficiency, hybrid-flow fan that meets the airflow demand of EPA10, Euro VI, and Tier 4 engines.
2010-06-29
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Horton's Shogun modular fans are available in various blade counts and configurations and are compatible with many viscous fan drives.
2010-08-10
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Horton Inc. entered into an agreement in March with R&S Promotion in Beijing to represent the company and distribute Horton products to on- and off-highway OEMs and aftermarket segments in China. R&S Promotion provides products, research and development tools, and technical support for companies around the world.
2010-01-18
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Horton WindShift modular fans are suitable for various applications and optimal fan drive cooling in the off-highway, industrial, and other specialty markets.
2008-11-07
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In an effort to improve airflow and engine cooling in the wake of changing emissions standards, diesel engine manufacturer Horton offers Stratis Viscous Fan Drives, DM Advantage On/Off and Two-Speed Fan Drives, and Arctis On/Off Fan Drives.
2013-10-16
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Horton’s WindShift product line now offers more fan configurations, including a wider selection of computer-optimized blades.
2014-04-17
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Horton's Modulator LCV40 variable fan drive combined with a WindMaster LS11 fan meets or exceeds Tier 4 and Stage IV emissions standards.
2014-08-05
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Horton recently introduced its most efficient fan blade, the WindShift WSE, according to a company release. It has been computer-optimized to allow for increased airflow and reduced operating noise. The WSE is a swept-blade design that generates greater static pressure at slower speeds.
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