Heavy Duty Trucking

JUL 2014

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>e MHRe >Hter )\rU TM More... Power. MPG. Profts. 2.*6M 82 HDT • JULY 2014 www.truckinginfo.com Circle 246 on Reader Action Card EquipmentReport information, including specs and a brochure. Circle 339 on Reader Action Card or go to www.hdt.hotresponse.com Morgan Cold-Plate System M organ Corp. has partnered with Dole Refrigera- tion on a cold plate refrigeration system for trailers and truck bodies. The system's plates are pre-chilled and keep commodities at proper temperatures without use of engine-driven reefer units or idling the truck's main engine while a vehicle makes its rounds. The system claims to use minimal energy while being robust and reliable under all transport conditions. During the cooling phase, typically at night, the system runs on 208/230 or 440 volts, as spec'd by the customer, and defrosts and re-cools the plates. Medium- and deep-frozen types are offered for various commodi- ties. A medium-temp system with a blower runs temps in the 35-40 de- gree range (for deli meats, cheeses, and condiments), or at higher temperatures. Deep frozen temps are for ice cream, frozen vegetables, pizza, etc. Circle 340 on Reader Action Card or go to www.hdt.hotresponse.com For more details on these and other new products, see our online Product News section at www.truckinginfo.com/npn. Sign up for weekly new product e-newsletters at www.truckinginfo.com/newsletters. Detroit Integrated Powertrain A n Integrated Detroit Powertrain with Detroit-brand engine, transmission and axles that claims maximum optimization is now available on Freightliner's Cascadia highway tractor and, sometime next year, on an upcoming Western Star 5700 model. Included are a DD15 engine, DT12 transmission and Detroit axles that work together for maximum uptime and fuel efficiency, officials said. With a 400-hp, 1,750 lb-ft. "downspeeded" rating of the DD15, they expect a 5–7% fuel economy improvement over the existing Cascadia Evolution. Intelligent Power Management has terrain maps and GPS locating to deter- mine the route ahead and adjust transmission and engine functions accordingly. The DT12's eCoast feature lets the engine fall to idle under level-terrain, no-load conditions. Tractors can be had in a 6x4 axle configuration with a 2.41 ratio, or a 6x2 tandem with a 2.28 ratio that claims to save nearly 400 pounds. Dealer technicians are ready to support the integrat- ed package, officials said, and a new Demand Detroit app for Mac and Android devices contains all product TrakLok Securement Features T rakLok International has added integrated lock, alarm, and tracking features to its cargo protection system. New alarm and alert func- tions include four user-selected alerts for locked/unlocked and latched/unlatched status changes, a configurable alert notification

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