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Dayco Introduces Heavy-Duty Water Pumps

The launch expands Dayco’s current North American line of water pumps to initially provide 55 SKUS, covering 97 percent of heavy-duty applications, according to the company.

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Dayco announced launch of a new line of heavy-duty water pumps.

The launch expands Dayco’s current North American line of water pumps to initially provide 55 SKUS, covering 97 percent of heavy-duty applications, according to the company.

Dayco heavy-duty water pumps are engineered to OE standards with cast-iron blades and have been 100 percent end-of-line leak-tested. Designed with the latest technology, the heavy-duty water pumps feature upgraded materials for the bearing, impeller and gasket, according to Dayco.

Design features include:

  • Low-friction seals – Prevents coolant leakage and provides a longer service life.
  • Cast-iron blades – Ensures efficient coolant flow and provides higher performance, improved efficiency and reduced cavitation.
  • Coolant-resistant bearings – Optimized for each individual application and capable of withstanding high rotation speeds and heavy loads.

“We are excited to expand our current product line in North America and launch heavy-duty water pumps,” said John Kinnick, Dayco executive vice president U.S. aftermarket. “This will offer our customers another great solution to enhance our current line. Dayco will continue to move forward, offering innovative and valuable options for our customers.”

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