Horton’s pioneering engine-cooling technology keeps your vehicles on the road. And we have the support, training, service and distribution to help you anywhere, anytime.

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With the industry’s largest fan and fan drive product portfolio, Horton’s reliable engine-cooling solutions provide maximum efficiency and precision cooling for even the toughest applications.

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News & Announcements

A revamped cooling system can lead to better engine performance

November 8, 2019

This week, nearly half a million people from 130 different countries have descended upon Hanover, Germany for Agritechnica 2019. They’ll discuss big ideas like sustainability, globalization and technology. They’ll show off big equipment – tractors, plows, handlers and more.

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How the latest viscous technology can increase uptime, reduce noise and lower fuel emissions

October 7, 2019

Rising fuel costs. More stringent regulations. An increasingly complex global economy.

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Opportunities to learn about engine cooling tech abound at upcoming trade shows

September 23, 2019

Horton's engine cooling team is set to span the globe -- and multiple industries -- over the course of a month this fall.

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Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week

- | Grapevine, Texas
Booth No. 1219

Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) is known as "the biggest annual event for professionals in the heavy-duty aftermarket." Distributors, manufacturers and suppliers will gather for four days of networking, promotions, product launches and valuable educational sessions in the Dallas metroplex.

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Why Horton

Horton listens. We’re known for and value our close, collaborative, customer working relationships…engineers to engineers. The results are innovative and optimized solutions.

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About Horton

Founded in 1951, Horton is the world’s leading provider of premium engine-cooling solutions for OEM applications and the aftermarket. Its customer-inspired innovations — including fans, fan drives and related components — can help products last longer, run quieter and consume less fuel.