Dayco Wins ADP Contract, Expands Product Range

Dayco Wins ADP Contract, Expands Product Range

Dayco will start production of its alternator decoupler pulley at its state-of-the-art facility in China by mid-2024.

In support of a business award/contract from a European car manufacturer, Dayco says it will start production of its alternator decoupler pulley (ADP) at its state-of-the-art facility in China by mid-2024.

The Dayco ADP is a scalable torsional isolator developed with advanced single-spring design technology, the company says, and sets the benchmark for durability, NVH (noise, vibration, and harshness), and fuel consumption. It makes the on-road driving experience reliable, smooth, and silent, all while reducing the carbon footprint, adds Dayco.

“Dayco’s proven and tested alternator decoupler pulley technology increases the life span of the vehicle and front-end accessory drive (FEAD) system, exceeding all the industry standards. This unique ADP technology is designed and developed in close cooperation with engineering and technical teams at the world’s leading original equipment manufacturers,” stated Wouter Nijenhuis, chief commercial officer, Dayco Propulsion Solutions.

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