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Mechanical water pump from Dayco

Published:  14 April, 2016

Dayco has announced it will launch its first stand-alone mechanical water pump program in the UK this March. The initial range provides coverage for 90% of the UK vehicle parc, which equates to approximately 27 million vehicles.

As the water pump is now integral to many primary drive systems, the on-going requirement to achieve a low friction return from the primary drive system also influences the design of the water pump. The company's products  are manufactured to the same high standards as the many existing components the company manufactures and distributes globally.

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