Denso Products and Services Americas announced Monday it has expanded its PowerEdge brand of starters for the heavy-duty trucking industry.
In response to customer demand, the company says it has added two new 39PE part numbers to the aftermarket line that covers more than 90 percent of all Class 8 trucks on the road today.
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The new part numbers extend coverage to commercial trucks with Cummins ISX12 G, Volvo DD13 and Mack MP8 engines. Denso adds PowerEdge’s full line of powerful, competitively priced 39PE and 42PE series starters covers models built by Freightliner, International/Navistar, Kenworth, Mack, Peterbilt, Sterling, Western Star, Volvo and Autocar.
“PowerEdge starters give companies the muscle they need to keep their trucks in motion,” says Otto Jun, product manager, Denso Heavy Duty Product Management. “We’re delivering for our customers so they can deliver for their customers.”
Denso says it uses the latest technology and superior materials to deliver premium starters that meet and exceed the power demands of today’s heavy-duty trucks. The company says advantages of the 39PE and 42PE include:
- Rugged design, powerful performance and unmatched durability.
- Precision testing to ensure every unit meets factory-original standards.
- Over Crank Protection (OCP) continuously monitors internal temperatures to prevent thermal damage to the starter.
- Integral Magnetic Switch (IMS) reduces voltage drop and ensures the solenoid receives maximum voltage under all starting conditions (39PE).
- All units are 100 percent new with no core charge.
- All PE starters are backed by a one-year/unlimited miles warranty.
Denso adds its PowerEdge program offers starters, alternators and diesel aftertreatment products for Class 8 truck aftermarket.