Dana unveils Spicer central tyre inflation system for military and vocational applications

28th January 2014 | 0 Comments
 
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Spicer CTIS can be seen in action on the Oshkosh Family of Medium Tactical Vehicles (FMTV)

Dana Holding Corporation has launched new technology to support its Spicer central tyre inflation system (CTIS). The new technology is designed to optimize the performance of lower flow CTIS applications for smaller government defence and “vocational” vehicles with a new mechatronic control unit (MCU) option. According to the company, this technology identifies and reacts to tyre inflation issues more effectively by enabling individual wheel control. The MCU is an integrated unit that includes electronic, computer, and mechanical engineering with the intention of delivering improved reliability, a smaller footprint, reduced weight, and less wiring complexity.

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