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The Trucking Industry

Market Potential

  • Nearly 3 million medium and heavy duty trucks are registered in North America alone. A truck & trailer can have up to 18 wheels.

  • Nearly 4 million medium & heavy-duty trucks in North America.

XYO can improve wheel balancing and help reduce vibration, increase tire life, improve handling, increase fuel efficiency and reduce maintenance costs in the trucking industry.




 



Truck Wheels Problems & Solution 

truck Wheels Problems & Solution

Current Issues

  • Conventional balancing required during installation.
  • Periodic wheel balancing is required.
  • Large maintenance costs.

Benefits of XYO

  • Lower wheel vibration.
  • No need for periodic wheel balancing.
  • Improved handling..
  • Reduced tire wear.
  • Greater fuel efficiency.
  • Significantly reduced costs.
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Drive Shafts Problems & Solution 

Drive Shafts Problems & Solution

Current Issues with Drive Shafts

  • Drive shafts have to be balanced to run efficiently.
  • Over time, corrosion and damage leads to increasing imbalance and vibration.
  • Vibration leads to inefficient operation and increase mechanical wear.

Benefits of Using XYO Technology

  • Vibration lowered by 91%.
  • Reduced mechanical wear.
  • Increased power.
  • Improved fuel efficiency.
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Clutch Fan Problems & Solution 

Clutch Fan Problems & Solution

Current Issues with Clutch Fans

  • Clutch fans draw significant power from the engine to operate causing increasing fuel costs.
  • Dust build up on blades, and damage causes imbalance.
  • Increased vibration increases power draw and reduces fuel efficiency.
  • Fan has to be periodically rebalanced.
  • Vibration can cause fan to seize and engine will overheat.

Benefits of Using XYO Technology

  • Vibration lowered by 80%.
  • Reduced power draw from engine.
  • Increased fuel efficiency.
  • Lower maintenance costs.
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