Affected by enforcement of DVS?

With the Direct Vision Standard (DVS) initiative coming into very soon – do your trucks pass the test? Or is it time to upgrade your fleet? Aerodyne Global Ltd have worked on many vehicles that are DVS compliant, not only boosting the safety for road users and other benefit that come with DVS compliancy but … Continued

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Increased stock at Aerodyne!

  Further to beneficial movement of our increased stock levels we have again invested in high levels of stock again, the range is increasing, below lists some of our stock… DAF LF Fuso Canter Isuzu N35 Isuzu N75 Iveco Daily Mercedes Sprinter Mercedes Atego Renault Master Vauxhall Movano Universal Luton Pod Wheel Arch Boxes And … Continued

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Could you save an extra 2.5%?

…OR could you SAVE MORE…?   Granted, the cab-top 3D fairing or ‘spoiler’ has become the accepted thing to fit. It makes aerodynamic sense, and enhances the truck’s image. However, carefully-monitored tests have shown, in one example, that a 3D fairing alone yielded a drag reduction of 26.8%,  but when sidewings were added, this increased to … Continued

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New Trucks and MAN – New aero!

  So here we are –  successful completion of the latest innovation project! Once again, our aerodynamics are more up to date, stylish and of course… fuel saving!   Once again, the R&D department have been busy innovators not imitators for the MAN TG3 Day Cab. Benefits include:- Great range of height adjustability Deeper cab rear sidewings … Continued

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Keep your foot (aerodynamics in this case) on the gas

  Aerodyne developed custom aerodynamics for TICAN (CHILLED) Ltd’s new fleet of gas powered Scania Trucks.  The vehicles complete with fridge bodies and some amazing low emission fridge units. Together these developments will reduce the carbon footprint that TICAN (CHILLED) LIMITED are looking to achieve as part of their sustainability drive. Share your CSR goals with Aerodyne today – how could our aerodynamics help you?  The correct Air Management is … Continued

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