Cojali, leading company in the development of components, diagnostic software and technologies for the management of commercial vehicles, has exceeded the one-million manufactured cooling fan clutches.
The cooling system, composed of clutch and fan as main elements, is responsible for preventing the engine overheating and keeping the temperature below the limit values. The current systems are also subject to obligation to reduce the emissions and consumption and they play an important role so that the commercial vehicle can offer a stable performance.
The combination of these requirements requires the fleets and workshops to have quality spare parts that perfectly match with each manufacturer and engine, as the range of cooling systems that Cojali offers.
Cojali has been investing for 28 years in the development of specific equipment, which ensures the efficient production of these systems and their optimal operation in vehicles. In addition, Cojali also devotes resources for reach, development and design to increase the catalogue of cooling system references, more particularly viscous clutches that comply with the current anti-pollution regulation Euro VI, defined by the European Union and mandatory in all new commercial vehicles from model year 2015.
“The engineering and manufacturing teams of Cojali work every day to obtain first quality products, designing and manufacturing components for the automotive sector such as clutches for fan, which optimize the resources of the cooling system, improving vehicle efficiency and, therefore, reducing fuel consumption”, says Venancio Alberca, the general manager of Cojali. “Since our beginnings in 1991, we have had the clear goal of consolidating as a leading company that offers technology and quality to the commercial vehicle sector. In Cojali, we have been able to adapt to the needs of the sector, developing innovative products that provide integral solutions to the customers”.
Cojali currently has more than 700 references for truck and bus, around 250 for passenger cars and about 70 for agricultural and Off-highway vehicles, covering more than 95 % of the OEM market and 70 of the main brands of commercial vehicle.