First to Market - Brushless Chevy Diesel Pickup Fans & More

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First to Market - Brushless Chevy Diesel Pickup Fans and Shrouds & More.

Willmar, MN, October 29, 2018 – Expanding on Northern Radiator’s diesel performance cooling line, we have introduced a total of 6 new performance brushed & brushless diesel fans with shrouds; four Chevy applications and two Dodge. Northern is first to the market with a brushless fan and shroud line for the Chevy 2001-2010 diesel pickup. By overcoming native wiring obstacles we’ve created an installer friendly cooling solution. Unlike the typical brushed fan that has a peak power surge at start up and then runs at a maximum power draw, our SPAL brushless fans draw minimal AMPs at start and only draws what is needed, when it is needed. Brushless fans are more efficient by utilizing a larger percent of the energy being supplied to the motor.
Additional benefits to brushless fans
• Increases horsepower and fuel economy
• Last Longer than a brushed fan
• No AMP Spike
• Slimmer design than traditional brushed fans
• Draws the most air through high-density cooling modules (radiator, intercoolers, condensers, oil coolers, etc.)

That’s not to say that there aren’t advantages to a high CFM brushed fan. Our new high CFM brushed fans offer an economical way to move air through the high-density cooling modules while ensuring you stay within budget.

Additional benefits to brushed fans
• Lower cost than brushless
• Increases horsepower and fuel economy
• Draws the most air through high-density cooling modules (radiator, intercoolers, condensers, oil coolers, etc.)
• Easy wiring

To learn more knowledge.northernfactory.com/articles/149 or http://bit.ly/dieselfan
These new additions are part of Northern Radiator’s continuing effort to be the leading aftermarket complete cooling system source.
If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Candace Grabinger at 800-328-8900 or email at marketing@1nfs.com.

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