From long haul to distribution, refrigerated transport to dry, your power needs are different
You may be a fleet utilizing telematics or a distribution company with trucks running lift gates and electric pallet jacks multiple times a day. Having enough juice to efficiently power your vehicle while ensuring load integrity can be a challenge. Now, there’s a better way to stay up and running. Thermo King’s power solutions platform is designed to cost-effectively produce and manage your power while on the road, keeping your lift gates powered during peak delivery times and your interior trailer lights powered for your entire route.
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With nearly 200 locations across North America, the Thermo King dealer network gives you the support you need, whenever and wherever you are, with factory-trained expert service and genuine Thermo King parts.
Managing rapidly growing business costs is not easy and uptime is essential. So what can you do to address this problem? Solar power. It’s an ideal solution to meet your power needs and save you money.
Some new light has been shed on how to enhance the performance of battery-powered auxiliary power units (APUs), and it was right there above us all along. Using solar panels mounted to the roof fairing of a tractor can produce enough power to extend the operation of a battery-powered HVAC system and hotel load power for an additional three to four hours. A 300-watt roof fairing-mounted solar panel can also power the liftgate and maintain the charge in the truck’s primary batteries, according to Jeff Kauffman of Tahoe Ventures, who was speaking at the FTR Transportation Conference in September.