Meritor releases reman compressor
WABCO is the original manufacturer and WABCO Reman Solutions, a part of WABCO, remanufactures the Mack ASET Compressor, making it the only Mack ASET Compressor on the market tested to the same strict specifications as an original OEM product.
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TROY, Mich. — Meritor WABCO, a leader in integrated safety systems and efficiency technology for the North American commercial vehicle industry, is marking “America Recycles Day” with the release of a remanufactured System Saver air compressor for select trucks that use the MACK ASET engine.
“We’ve seen an increased demand from manufacturers for our System Saver products, and now we’ve efficiently remanufactured our air compressor for aftermarket use,” said Pat Kealy, director, Aftermarket, Meritor WABCO. “Its quality is comparable to a new compressor — and with the extra ecological benefit of recycling versus adding material to a landfill.”
A typical compressor contains approximately 40 pounds of steel, iron and aluminum, which has the metal content equivalent of approximately 1,200 beverage cans. The remanufactured air compressor minimizes the amount of waste added to landfills and offers customers an alternative choice compared to a new unit.
WABCO is the original manufacturer and WABCO Reman Solutions, a part of WABCO, remanufactures the Mack ASET Compressor, making it the only Mack ASET Compressor on the market tested to the same strict specifications as an original OEM product. WABCO Reman Solutions takes each compressor through a rigorous teardown and inspection process, and it is thoroughly remanufactured using OEM components.
The remanufactured MACK ASET Compressor will be available through Meritor’s Aftermarket group on January 2, 2014.
In addition, this MACK ASET Compressor (Part #: S911 153 0550X) is serviced through Meritor Aftermarket group at 888-725-9355 in the United States, 800-387-3889 in Canada or by visiting www.MeritorPartsOnline.com.
Meritor WABCO is a North American joint venture focused on the development and delivery of proven, integrated safety technology and efficiency components. These include braking systems and controls, active safety systems, and suspension and control systems for commercial vehicles in North America. Two leading global suppliers back Meritor WABCO, each with more than 100-year legacies. Meritor, Inc., a supplier of drivetrain, mobility, braking and aftermarket solutions for commercial vehicle and industrial markets, provides the JV the industry’s most extensive service and support network; while WABCO Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:WBC), is a leading global supplier of technologies and control systems for the safety and efficiency of commercial vehicles, pioneering breakthrough electronic, mechanical and mechatronic technologies for braking, collision mitigation, stability control and transmission automation systems. For more information, visit www.meritorwabco.com.
Formed in 2010 as part of WABCO, WABCO Reman Solutions specializes in remanufacturing electronic and mechatronic components as well as traditional mechanical products made by WABCO and other manufacturers. WABCO’s remanufactured products serve original equipment makers as well as tier-one and tier-two suppliers in North America, Europe and China. WABCO Reman Solutions has facilities in Rochester Hills, Michigan, U.S.A.; Stanowice, Poland; and Jinan, China. It also operates a joint venture facility in Mexico. For more information, visit www.am.wabco-auto.com/remanabout_reman.
America Recycles Day is a national program of Keep America Beautiful, and is the only nationally-recognized day and community-driven awareness event dedicated to promoting and celebrating recycling in the U.S. Since its inception in 1997, communities across the country have participated in America Recycles Day on Nov. 15 to educate, promote environmental citizenship, and encourage action. To learn more, visit www.americarecyclesday.org.
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