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Meyle Expands Line of Exhaust Temperature Sensors

Meyle says its full range of exhaust temperature sensors features more than 150 products designed to fit virtually any vehicle.
<p>Meyle says its full range of exhaust temperature sensors features more than 150 products designed to fit virtually any vehicle.</p>

Meyle AG has expanded its range of Meyle Original brand exhaust temperature sensors to cover 150 applications.

Meyle says the new range of sensors is designed to original equipment specifications. The large number of intake openings means the sensors ensure precise temperature readings and swift data processing.

The high-temperature sensor has an operating range between -40°C and +1,200°C.

The  generously dimensioned heat protection hose with interior coating ensures maximum insulation and protection against thermal and mechanical overload, according to the company. The result is optimized temperature control leading to reduced pollutant emission and improved fuel efficiency.

Meyle offers the following product lines:

Meyle-Original: True to OE. – This product line includes around 20,000 parts for passenger cars, vans and commercial vehicles.

Meyle-PD: Advanced design and technology. – This product line features around 2,000 technically refined brake discs and pads distinguished by their enhanced braking performance and cutting-edge coating technology.

Meyle-HD: Better than OE. – The Meyle-HD line features around 1,000 products to cater for thousands of different vehicle models. Designed to provide exceptional strength and long service life Meyle-HD parts offer enhanced performance over original-equipment designs and come with a four-year guarantee.

Meyle AG is headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, and operates in 120 countries supported by its logistics center in Hamburg and a worldwide network of local offices and production sites.

For more information,visit www.meyle.com.

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