Horton Launches Web-Based eRev

By Mike Brezonick11 December 2017

Horton, the Roseville, Minn., headquartered manufacturer of engine cooling systems and components, has launched a new web-based version of eRev, the company’s proprietary system configuration and selection software for on- and off-highway engine cooling package design.

Originally available in a desktop version, the new eRev Web is engineered to allow users to quickly identify and configure Horton product recommendations from the company’s extensive fan portfolio, which includes molded, metal and modular fans. Data and curves of airflow, efficiency and noise are available at a click and search parameters can be used to specify a system for a specific application, the company said.

eRev Web can be directly accessed through a web browser, with downloads or installation required, Horton said. The desktop version also remains available.

For more information on eRev Web, go to www.hortonww.com/tools-resources.html.

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