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Dana to unveil new cooling pump range

Dana Corporation plans to introduce a family of advanced intelligent cooling pumps at Engine Expo 2005, in Stuttgart.

The three new brushless direct-current electric coolant pumps are designed for applications including engine cooling, charge-air circuit cooling, and hybrid vehicle powertrain cooling. The pumps also can be used in fuel-cell vehicles.

Dana claims that because the new pumps enable accurate temperature control, engines warm faster, which, among other benefits, reduces harmful emissions during the critical cold-start cycle.

Accurate thermal control can also improve fuel efficiency by up to 5% and improve the comfort of vehicle occupants as a result of faster cabin warm-up.

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