RENTON, Wash. — TRP Aftermarket Parts has introduced a line of alternators for all makes of medium-duty to heavy-duty trucks.
Designed to meet or exceed OEM specifications, all TRP alternators are rated for the higher temperatures found in newer engines that meet 2007 and 2010 EPA emission standards, up to 105 degrees Celsius or 221 degrees Fahrenheit.
“There’s so much that’s happened with trucks, engines, and emission systems that places a heavier strain on alternators,” Everett Seymoure, global manager for TRP Aftermarket Parts. “Truck operators also need cab comfort systems and electronic devices that make the truck a more comfortable and productive work environment. All of these things tax batteries and alternators to their limits. That’s why today’s truck fleets and operators need robust alternators like those offered by TRP.”
TRP features the RE022 brush series of alternators offering 150 amps of power and a one-year warranty and the RE 555 brush series of alternators, providing 160 amps an a one-year warranty. TRP also has the RE035 and RE036 series of brushless alternators. The RE035 features 140 amps of power and a three-year warranty and the FE036 features 170 amps of power and a three-year warranty. TRP’s line of brushless alternators also feature remote sensing capability, which can help compensate for cable voltage drop through accurate voltage readings and further extend the service life of the truck’s batteries.
TRP alternators are available in the United States and Canada at authorized Kenworth and Peterbilt dealers. For more information or to find your nearest authorized dealer, visit www.TRPParts.com.
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