Valeo has launched a new clutch catalogue featuring more than 100 new references.
The new references – made up of kits, components and remanufactured units – include 46 new part numbers for Euro 6 OE applications. More than 3000 vehicle applications are covered by the range extension, bringing the total number of LCVs, trucks and coaches covered by Valeo’s clutch range to more than 13,000 across 70 vehicle makes.
Much of the focus of the new catalogue is on the presence of Valeo’s OE Euro 6 applications, which includes clutch applications for: Iveco Eurocargo, Stralis, and Trakker; MAN TGS, TGX; Mercedes-Benz Actros, Antos, Arocs and Atego; Renault Trucks C, D, K, T; Scania G, P, R; and, Volvo Trucks FE and FL.
There is also a section in the catalogue for Japanese applications with 31 new part numbers now available for Isuzu, Fuso, Hino & Toyota and UD, (formerly Nissan Diesel). Valeo’s Japanese commercial vehicle parc coverage currently stands at 50 percent and is growing rapidly.
The design of the new Valeo commercial vehicle clutch catalogue has also been overhauled, making it even easier for users to highlight new and reman part numbers.
A comprehensive cross referencing search from OE / IAM components to Valeo kit part numbers is available, alongside an “inverted catalogue” that provides application and linked references data for each reference listed in the catalogue.
There are also more than 60 illustrations showing Valeo clutch technologies for commercial vehicles.
Valeo is a leading supplier of clutch kits and components, thanks to the quality of its linings used to transmit high torques (up to 3500Nm) and also dampers that filtrate engine vibrations.
Valeo clutches are designed to provide both power and comfort. Clutches provide enhanced durability as clutch components are tested both on the road and on benches (up to 1 million cycles).
The catalogue is available in 15 languages now including Romanian and Serbian.
Valeo is an automotive supplier, partner to all automakers worldwide. As a technology company, Valeo proposes innovative products and systems that contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions and to the development of intuitive driving. In 2014, the Group generated sales of €12.7 billion and invested over 10% of its original equipment sales in research and development.
Valeo has 135 plants, research centers, 35 development centers and 15 distribution platforms, and employs 82,700 people in 30 countries worldwide. Valeo is listed on the Paris stock exchange and is a member of the CAC 40 index.