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Horton is a premium provider of engine cooling solutions worldwide. The company manufactures and markets fan drives, fans and related components in on-highway, off-highway and industrial sectors. Markets include heavy-, medium- and light-duty trucks, buses, motor coaches/RVs, off-road vehicles and equipment, industrial compressors, generators, refrigeration units, etc. Learn more about how Horton helps engines run longer and quieter with less fuel in the following news articles.

Horton Exhibiting at IAA 2018, Booth D12 - Hall 23

During the IAA 2018 event in Hanover, Germany, Horton will be displaying the latest innovative fans and drives for the on-highway truck market.  Learn more at www.HortonIAA.com

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The Impact of Torque on Fan Clutch Performance

A fan clutch must apply a certain amount of torque to rotating components in order to engage the fan, overcome the resistance to turn it, and keep it spinning. The resistance of the fan, to the fan clutch, increases in relation to the size of the fan, the number and pitch of the blades and the RPMs of the engine.

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Texas Disposal Systems Increases Uptime with Horton RCV250

"I don’t want anything but a Horton hanging on the front of our trucks.  We need OEMs to specify the RCV250 as standard.  We’d be so far ahead." Harold Graves - Director of Maintenance

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Horton RCV250 Fan Drive Exceeds 1.1 Million Cycles

A Horton RCV250 fan drive recently exceeded 1.1 million cycles in Horton’s test lab on which it was installed in 2013!

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Horton Exhibiting at Mining World Russia 2018, Booth #A443

During the Mining World Russia 2018 event in Moscow, Horton will be showcasing innovative solutions for the mining industry that are designed to improve productivity, uptime, efficiency and lower noise.

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RCV250 Maximizes Uptime For Hansen & Adkins

"The Horton RCV250 fan drives have worked flawlessly and have solved a major issue for our fleet",  Doug Walker - Parts Manager, Hansen & Adkins Auto Transport.

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