Dana Strengthens Commitment to Russian, CIS Construction Markets with Leading-Edge Drivetrain Solutions at CTT 2012
Expanded Regional Footprint Now Includes Dedicated Business Development Team
May 29, 2012
MOSCOW, May 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- At CTT 2012 this week, Dana Holding Corporation (NYSE: DAN) will demonstrate its leadership as a Tier 1 supplier to OEMs in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States by introducing new, technologically advanced drivetrain systems, as well as new Moscow-based business development resources dedicated to serving the region.
Located in the CONEXPO Russia exhibit area in Pavilion 2, Hall 8, Stand 8-510, Dana will showcase an integrated drivetrain system for 15-tonne (16.5-ton) front-end loaders that includes the new Spicer® TZL16 powershift transmission, Spicer Model 2040 Compact™ Series driveshafts, and Spicer 114 industrial planetary rigid axles.
Dana has recently established a new office in Moscow led by Roman Pichugin, business development manager, to expand the company's footprint in the Russian and CIS off-highway markets and better meet the evolving needs of OEMs across the region. The office will also address service parts needs in the region.
"CTT is the ideal forum for Dana to highlight our focus on research and development, which produces complete drivetrain systems that improve the productivity and fuel efficiency of construction equipment and other off-highway applications," said Aziz Aghili, president of Dana Off-Highway Driveline Technologies. "Our dedicated presence in Russia and the CIS will ensure that Dana is positioned to better collaborate with OEMs and the aftermarket and meet the region's growing demand for technologically advanced construction vehicles."
Offering higher horsepower capability, reduced maintenance, and smoother, quieter operation, the Spicer TZL16 transmission is the first in a line of powershift transmissions for front-end loaders to be produced at Dana's assembly facility in Wuxi, Jiangsu Province, China. Dana launched production of the Spicer TZL16 transmission in February 2012.
The Spicer Model 114 planetary rigid axle helps mid-sized front end loaders perform a variety of tasks by providing excellent traction and reliable braking. Combining force with control, this axle reduces fuel consumption and improves performance.
CTT 2012: 13th International Show of Construction Equipment and Technologies is the leading construction event in Russia, CIS and Eastern Europe, offering an extensive range of innovative equipment, machinery, and technologies for leading manufacturers and suppliers of services and equipment.
About Dana Holding Corporation
Dana is a world-leading supplier of driveline, sealing, and thermal-management technologies that improve the efficiency and performance of passenger, commercial, and off-highway vehicles with both conventional and alternative-energy powertrains. The company's global network of engineering, manufacturing, and distribution facilities provides original-equipment and aftermarket customers with local product and service support. Based in Maumee, Ohio, Dana employs approximately 25,500 people in 26 countries and reported 2011 sales of $7.6 billion. For more information, please visit www.dana.com.
Dana Off-Highway Driveline Technologies
Spicer® TZL16 Powershift Transmission
- Rating: 150 to 180 kW (200 to 245 horsepower)
- Input RPM maximum: 2800
- Forward and reverse clutches with high-energy capacities
- Adaptive clutch modulation
- Helical gears
- Two 400-Nm (295 ft-lbs.) SAE "C" pump drives with a variable pump ratio
- Wider 245-mm pump spacing
- Converter housing: Universal mounting flange for OEM; SAE 2 adaptor flywheel
- Output drop vertical: 555 mm
- Parking brake options: Drum, disc or SAHR
- Weight: 600 kg (1,320 lbs.)
Spicer 114 Industrial Planetary Rigid Axle
- Nominal G.A.W. rating: 20,000 Kg (44,090 lbs.)
- Max output: 110,000 Nm (67,850 ft-lbs.)
- Planetary ratio: 6.000
- Overall ratio range: 18.600 to 24.700
- Input RPM: 4000
- Rigid, on-axle trumpet arms
- Integrated pivoting (central trunnion and high pivot)
- Spiral bevel set
Spicer Model 2040 Compact™ Series Driveshaft
- Functional torque limit: 14,000 Nm (10,330 ft-lbs.)
- Swing diameter: 160.0 mm (6.300 in.)
- Wide variety of end-fittings, from SAE to DIN and cross-serrated
- Bearing package with reduced maintenance or maintenance-free options
About Dana Off-Highway Driveline Technologies
Dana Off-Highway Driveline Technologies includes research and development and manufacturing operations in Belgium, Brazil, China, Hungary, India, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the United States. It designs, manufactures, assembles, and markets Spicer axles and transaxles, driveshafts and end-fittings, transmissions, torque converters, electronic controls, and brakes. The wide range of products and possible combinations provides system solutions that meet customers' exact needs, even those with special requirements.
The business serves more than 1,000 vehicle assembly and manufacturing facilities in 30 countries. Dana also supports off-highway customers in more than 100 countries by supplying genuine Spicer service parts, operating two global service parts distribution centers, and certifying more than 60 Authorized Spicer Service Centers. Construction, agriculture, forestry, underground mining, material handling, and industrial equipment are just some of the markets that demand the quality found in Spicer products and genuine service parts. For more information, visit www.dana.com/offhighway.
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