Only from Horton-a world leader in fan drive technology-the DriveMaster Two-Speed Fan Drive alternates between eddy current and spring actuated cooling for precise, highly-efficient temperature control and reduced operating noise levels.
Under most operating conditions, the DriveMaster Two-Speed Fan Drive is powered by eddy current. This turns the fan at a low speed, which reduces ON/OFF cycling, operating noise, increases available horsepower for auxiliary systems, and minimises radiator abrasion from dust and debris.
When additional cooling is needed, the DriveMaster Two-Speed spring actuates, and runs the fan at full input speed. By supplying additional engine cooling only when it's needed, the DriveMaster Two-Speed delivers superior horsepower performance. Less noise. More power. Increased fuel efficiency.
Higher torque for larger fans and higher drive ratios
Up to 50% less noise
Reduced ON/OFF cycling at idle and/or low speed
Precise temperature control; ideal for vehicles with little or no ram air
Superior operating efficiency and performance
Quicker response to cooling needs
More available power to haul up steep inclines
Improved fuel efficiency
Less wear and maintenance; higher reliability
Less radiator abrasion from dust and debris
Faster engine warm-ups in cold weather
Low speed powered by magnetic eddy current
Spring actuated when additional cooling is needed
Crane trucks and other special purpose mobile equipment
Rear-engine cement mixers, pumps, drill rigs, etc
Large stationary engines, compressors, generators, etc
Other on- and off-highway equipment without ram air
DriveMaster two-speed Specifications
Actuation - Eddy current at low speed with spring lock-up for full input speed
Horsepower range - Diesel engines up to 550HP (410kw) *
Fan blade capacity (diameter) - Application Specific
Air pressure requirements - Minimum 90psi (620.5kPa)
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Norman G. Clark is an Australian owned and operated business with a long and remarkable history. Established in Melbourne, Victoria in 1919, is a distributor of diesel and industrial products. We ...