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Truck Fifth Wheel Lube Liner Plates For Brigg Haulage

May 10th, 2017 Comments off

Truck Fifth Wheel Plate

Brigg Haulage have now purchased over 8 Fifth Wheel Lube Liner Plates

The self-lubricating plate for the fifth wheel results in a perfectly lubricated anchorage for your vehicle. Made of a high-density plastic material, this provides significant levels of resistance and durability. Our Truck fifth wheel autolube liner removes the need to regularly lubricate the plate.
If you are not doing repeated drops, it is not unusual for the Lube Liner to last up to 1½ years before needing to be replaced.
To improve performance and reducing operating costs, customers have fitted a durable Truck Fifth Wheel Lube Liner. This high-density polyethylene disc helps removes lubricating problems by eliminating the need for 5th wheel plate grease. Lube Liners attach to a trailer’s kingpin and provide constant lubrication for easier handling, cleaner operation, safer trailing and more reliable performance during on-the-road operations.
It removes the danger of a dry 5th wheel plate and it ends the need to clean plate grease from your tractor and trailer. By replacing the need for lubricating grease, the plate also reduces the possibility of fire from displaced grease falling onto the hot exhaust or onto electronic components.
The minimum life of our liners is typically around 250,000 miles. However, improved driving conditions can result in a considerably longer life of around 500,000 miles.
Brigg Haulage have now purchased over 8 Truck Fifth Wheel Lube Liner Plates for the fleet. Adding a new Lube Liner to a trucks fifth wheel when a truck is under a service routine minimises time off the road and helps spread the purchase cost.
Contact aide automotive Ltd for Fleet Quotes Or technical questions. – 0115 8456471
Truck & Trailer Improved Handling

Brigg Haulage have now purchased over 8 Fifth Wheel Lube Liner Plates

Fuel Savings For Commercial Vehicles

November 2nd, 2012 Comments off

Airtabs Are A Proven Fuel Reduction Product For Commercial Vehicles

aide automotive ltd are pleased to introduced a new product the range called “Airtabs”!

Airtabs are a revolutionary product to the commercial vehicle market and can on average offer a 2.5% saving on fuel!

Airtabs are patented, unique wishbone shaped vortex generators designed to increase vehicle aerodynamic performance and fuel economy by reducing aerodynamic pressure drag at two key locations; the tractor-trailer gap and the rear facing surface (the base area) of any commercial or private square backed vehicle or trailer that routinely attains highway speeds. Drag reduction and fuel economy benefits from Airtab application is not limited to commercial trucking operations. Airtabs enhance aerodynamic performance equally well on cube vans, straight trucks, expeditors, buses, flat beds and tankers.

The results may vary somewhat with vehicle type but the aerodynamic theory and principles are the same for all.

Airtabs are mounted 3 per linear foot, or every 4 inches on centre. Take the number of feet to be covered and multiply by 3 to give the number of Airtabs required. Airtabs are approximately (in inches) 3.5 wide, 5 long and 1 high.

Each Airtab creates two tight swirls of air or vortices that combine to reduce the suction and drag at the rear of vehicles travelling at speeds above approximately 35 mph or 55kmh. Airtabs are also effective at the rear roof lines of automobiles that have a rear window slope of greater than 30 degrees.

Matthew Burke Sales Director Stated “With today’s rising costs of fuel all companies need to review ways on reducing costs and AirTabs are the proven ideal tool. With an easy period pay back this product is for now and the future.”

UK testing has also taken place at Mira and a couple of prominent fleets in the UK have shown the results to be true.

Contact aide automotive ltd for a fleet quote or to arrange a meeting to see how Airtabs work.

Phone 0115 8456471 or email

Fuel Saver for Trucks and Trailers

Reduce Fuel Consumption of a Truck With Airtabs