Horton Introduces Configuration And Selection Software

Horton has launched eRev, a system configuration and selection software for designing engine cooling packages.

Horton introduced eRev, a proprietary system configuration and selection software for designing engine cooling packages, at ConExpo-Con/AGG.

The company said eRev is intuitive and easy-to-use and enables the user to quickly identify and configure Horton product recommendations from the broadest portfolio of fans in the industry. The selection software is designed for engineers looking to increase fuel efficiency, optimize engine temperatures and reduce noise in any on- or off-highway diesel or natural gas engine application.

“The new software truly gives users the insight to determine which Horton fan is the right choice for designing an engine cooling package that will give them optimal performance,” said Manish Virmani, vice president of Global Market Development for Horton. “Pending your application needs, Horton fans are able to provide a turnkey solution for optimizing airflow and power consumption, while meeting or exceeding requirements for noise, size, environmental conditions, and emissions.”

In addition to eRev, Horton will also introduce a new corporate website at the show. The new website allows users to seamlessly navigate between on- and off-highway cooling solutions and applicable products. The site also contains numerous features including performance demonstration videos, industry literature and tools that empower customers to select the right solution for their needs, such as eRev and fuel savings calculators.

Visit South Hall 4 – S83852 to see a variety of Horton products.