Horton debuts web-based configuration tool

Horton has launched a new web-based version of eRev, its proprietary system configuration and selection software for designing engine cooling packages.

In addition to the current desktop version, Horton says the new eRev Web allows the user to quickly identify and configure Horton product recommendations from the broadest portfolio of fans in the industry.

The selection software is designed for engineers looking to increase fuel efficiency, optimize engine temperatures and reduce noise in any on- or off-highway diesel or natural gas engine application, the company says.

“The new eRev Web will allow users to build a better engine cooling package in just a few clicks, without having to download or install a separate application,” says Manish Virmani, vice president of Global Market Development for Horton. “Users will now be able to determine which Horton fan is the right choice for optimizing their cooling packages, either on their desktop or from any web browser.”

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