Remy Adds Delco Remy 38SI to its High-Output Alternator Portfolio

PENDLETON, IN -- Remy International, Inc. (NASDAQ: REMY), manufacturer of Delco Remy® heavy duty starters and alternators, as well as Remy® light duty starters and alternators, has launched the Delco Remy 38SI, its latest high output alternator. With this high-efficiency, mid-range amperage alternator, Remy offers customers a comprehensive portfolio of high output products.

38SI Features

With a number of innovative features, the 38SI is a unique product offering:

•Remote Sense that can reduce battery charge time by 50 percent
•Unique stator design with best-in-class high efficiency, providing less engine horsepower requirements and substantial fuel savings
•Premium brushless design that transfers magnetic fields between the field and rotor air-gap, completely eliminating the need for brushes and, thereby, extending the life cycle
•OE inspection and approval, assuring OE quality and performance for aftermarket replacements

"At 215 amps, the 38SI gives our customers an alternator at the amperage they need," says Daniel Boros, Director of HD Truck, Bus and Export, "Plus, with the same durable design as the 36SI™ and 40SI™, it has everything they want."

"Our high output alternator portfolio, including the 36SI, 38SI and 40SI, provides an option for every type of truck application," he says.

The 38SI is ideal for school buses, line-haul commercial trucks with anti-idling equipment, emergency vehicles, refuse trucks, utility vehicles, shuttle buses and recreational vehicles.

High Efficiency = Fuel Savings

The 38SI has the highest efficiency rating in its class. High efficiency translates to less engine horsepower requirements, resulting in substantial fuel savings. To assess the impact on the overall vehicle and electrical system, Remy collected real-time operating data on several vehicle applications. Data shows that, over a typical life cycle, there is a fuel cost savings as alternator efficiency increases 60 to 72 percent. Fleets can calculate their potential cost savings using the Fuel Economy Calculator at delcoremy.com.

For more details, go to http://www.remyinc.com
 

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