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    „EUROPART spare parts suitable for trucks from MAN
    You can obtain wearing parts and spare parts for the maintenance and repair of your MAN truck quickly and reliably from EUROPART. Our product range covers all current and also older MAN models from the TGL, TGM, TGS, TGA and TGX series. EUROPART can also supply spare parts for the F2000, M2000M/L and L2000 series. This covers all parts of the vehicle including the chassis, engine, braking systems, lighting, electrics and vehicle equipment.

    The tradition-rich manufacturer MAN (“Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg” [“Augsburg-Nuremberg Machine Factory”]) now belongs to VW. Through the integration of the Brazilian VW factory in the MAN Latin America Division, the Munich-based company is well established outside Europe, particularly in South America. In China, a partnership has been developed with CNHTC (China National Heavy Truck Corporation) and the relatively new trademark is called Sitrak. MAN also supplies emerging markets in Asia and Africa with the heavy-duty CLA series manufactured in India. The current European range covers the TGL, TGM, TGS and TGX series.

    TGL and TGM are both equally well associated with distribution and sometimes also with light use on construction sites. TGL covers the light category from 7.5 to 12.0 tonnes gross weight. For the power unit, you can select the 4.5 litre four-cylinder D0834 with 110, 132 or 162 kW (150, 180 or 220 PS) or the 6.9 litre six-cylinder D0836 with 184 kW (250 PS). This can be combined with manual six-speed and nine-speed gearboxes or the semi-automatic MAN Tipmatic (six-speed for the four-cylinder engine and twelve-speed for the six-cylinder engine). Cabs are available in the short (C) variant or the long variant with two roof heights (L or LX). The TGM is also available with a double cabin for up to seven people. The standard power unit is the 6.9 litre engine with 184, 213 or 250 kW (250, 290 or 340 PS). A manual nine-speed gearbox is standard for the series but Tipmatic can also be requested as an option. As a 4×2 two-axle vehicle, the TGM is offered in 12-tonne, 15-tonne and 18-tonne versions. It is also available as a 6×2 and 6×4 three-axle vehicle.

    The two heavy-duty series TGS and TGX can both be configured equally well for road use and construction site use. MAN supplies the TGS with the D2066 and D2676 six-cylinder in-line engines with a cylinder capacity of 10.5 or 12.4 litres respectively. For the D2066, you can choose a power of 235 or 265 kW (320 or 360 PS) and for the D2676 you can choose 294, 324 or 353 kW (400, 440 or 480 PS). A 16-speed manual gearbox is fitted as standard but alternatively there is the Tipmatic twelve-speed semi-automatic gearbox. The TGS is offered in two-axle, three-axle and four-axle variants from 4×2 to the heavy-duty 8×8 all-wheel drive tipper truck. There is an additional option of the MAN Hydrodrive engageable front-wheel drive. There is also the TGS for extreme terrain and climate conditions including the export model TGS WW (“Worldwide”). Cabs are available in the variants medium (M) and long with two roof heights (L or LX).

    5 freight truck features to protect and support Indian drivers
    1. Axle load indicator system

    Truck drivers endanger their own lives and thousands of other lives when transporting overloaded cargo – a common delinquency on Indian roads. The risk of an accident of irreparable damage is exponentially increased when the cargo includes hazardous substances that rank as flammable, explosive or highly toxic to human life. As always, the driver alone is responsible to carry the load cautiously.

    Axle load indicators are truck scales or weight gauges that employ pressure sensors installed in the truck’s bellows to measure the current stress applied to each axle. These values are communicated to a centralised control unit that computes shifting axle loads and displays real-time figures on a digital driver display screen.

    Axle load indicator systems can also be fitted to include multiple alarm systems that monitor critical weight conditions to alert both the driver and remote stakeholders, such as consignors or fleet operations, about impending risk. Some indicators are embedded with air bag suspension systems that measure axle loads in proportion to air pressure – an inexpensive and durable method of accurately informing the driver about shifting axle pressure and consequent vehicle conditions.

    2. Air suspension seating system

    Indian truck drivers can spend as much as fifteen hours a day seated within the narrow quarters of their vehicle and, effectively, their second home. Air suspension systems employ technology and decades of ergonomic design studies to manifest scientifically sound seating that is proven to reduce driver fatigue, limit joint and back pain and ensure quicker recovery from long haul trips. The seats, fitted with electromagnetic motors at their base, absorb shock values affected by uneven terrain, ensuring steadiness to lower discomfort and increase steering control.

    According to a study conducted by BoseRide, 94% of surveyed drivers reported reduced fatigue and 80% acknowledged that improved driving conditions could prolong their careers. Air suspension seating could also be fitted with numerous adjustment controls to set driver posture according to smooth, moderately uneven and highly rough road conditions. The settings improve driver concentration, limiting vibrations to maintain steady exterior and rear view assessments when travelling through inhospitable terrain or weather.

    The purpose of the headlamp washer system
    Headlamp washers often are still referred to as headlamp wipers. But the systems with the little wipers disappeared along with glass headlamp lenses. Headlamps with polycarbonate lenses would only get scratched by the wiper blades. The latest form of the headlamp washer is a high pressure cleaning system.
    It is a widespread fallacy that headlamp washers are only compulsory for xenon lights. This is wrong on several counts. The latest generation of xenon, the 25-Watt version, doesn’t actually need one at all. Meanwhile, halogen and LED headlamps do need one if their light sources emit more than 2000 lumens. Indeed, this is required for ECE approval. (Under the DOT regulations in North America headlamp washers are not mandatory at all.) These do not refer specifically to xenon, but as no approved halogen lamp exceeds this threshold value and as this also is the case with most LED systems, only xenon headlamps are, in fact, affected in practice. They emit around 3000 lumens.

    „Hold on though,“ the insiders will be saying, „There are halogen lamps with an output of over 2000 lumens.“ That’s quite true: The H9 is one such lamp, emitting 2100 lumens. But this lamp is intended for high-beam light and the ECE regulations only apply to the low beams.

    So why do headlamps need a washer system at all? Most people think it is so that dirt cannot dim the light. This is only partly true, and in fact, this wouldn’t be a particularly crucial concern with xenon lights, which have such a very high light output. The main reason for the requirement is that dirt can impair the optical features of the headlamp and cause glare. Incidentally, headlamps which are only slightly soiled cause a stronger glare, and of course the brighter the headlamp, the stronger the glare.

    Headlamp washers originated in Scandinavia. From 1972 up to the early 1990s, they were compulsory in Sweden and today almost all cars in the country are supplied with them – even if they have halogen headlamps. The nozzles for the high-pressure washing system spray the water onto the headlamp lenses with pressures of up to 50 bar. Using an unsuitable antifreeze or insect remover in the summertime can wreak all kind of damage. The headlamp lenses are dulled prematurely: New headlamps are expensive – much more expensive than buying antifreeze and the like from a reputable brand.

    What Does an HVAC Blower Motor Do (& Why It’s Important)
    Heating and air systems in Inland Empire homes have many components to keep the home comfortable, such as an HVAC blower motor. Essential to heating and cooling process, learn what it is, how it works, and what to do if you run into problems.

    The HVAC blower motor is the heating and cooling systems component that sends conditioned air from the furnace, heat pump, or air conditioner into the home. Once the system heats or cools the air, the blower motor forces it through the duct system and out the vents in rooms throughout the house.

    A blower motor offers either single speed or variable speed operation, depending on the type installed within your system.

    A single-speed motor starts when the thermostat indicates more heating or cooling is needed in the home. It turns off once it reaches the appropriate temperature indoors.

    A variable-speed HVAC blower motor operates at different speeds to deliver improved airflow control in the home. Known as an ECM, (electronically commutated motor), it runs at lower speeds to continue air circulation for better comfort and air quality while using less energy than a single-speed motor.

    A variable-speed system is similar to having multiple gears. Your car switches gears based on what’s needed, whereas a single-speed is either on or off. Full speed or nothing. Variable speed options deliver more comfort and more consistent performance.

    Plus, it puts less stress on the system and expends less energy. Less energy consumed, of course, means lower utility bills.

    Identify the Names and Uses of Automotive Glass
    There are multiple types of car glass. It’s important for car owners to understand how these components are made and the purpose they serve. Anthony Volk offers comprehensive automotive glass services.

    In his own words, Anthony lists the pieces of glass from front to rear. Let’s have a look.

    Front Windshield

    The first piece of glass that you encounter on most vehicles is its windshield. Also known as a windscreen on European cars. The windshield plays a critical role in supporting the structure of the car and protecting the driver and passengers.

    Front Vent Windows

    Moving away from the windshield and towards the rear of the vehicle, the next pieces of glass might be the side vent windows. These are more prevalent in older vehicles. Many newer vehicles now offer molded door glass that replaces the vent windows with a single piece of glass. Vent windows are small triangular pieces of glass with their own frame fitted into the window and door frame.

    Side Door Windows

    The door windows that roll up and down adjacent to the passenger seats may be controlled by a manual lever or an electronic button. One difference between the front and rear window is that, on some vehicles, the rear door glass does not roll all the way down as a child safety feature.

    Quarter Glass

    This small window is actually located in the rear body panel of the vehicle. Quarter glass usually cannot be opened.

    Rear Windshield

    Like the front windshield, this piece of glass may have an embedded antenna, defrosting wires, and even a wiper unit. In some vehicles, the rear glass is not fixed, but may lower like the door glass. Many pickup trucks models have rear slider windows

    Sunroofs, Moonroofs & Specialty Roofs

    Moonroofs and sunroofs are very popular as a way to increase air flow and natural light within the interior of the car. They usually open in two different ways: tilting up as a vent or opening completely. Panoramic roofs and all-glass-roofs are typically in a fixed position, although some newer models can be opened.

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