Prestolite LoadHandler alternators can handle refrigerated applications

Prestolite LoadHandler alternators can handle refrigerated applications

The new LoadHandler starter and alternator line now offers a reliable alternator offering for the refrigerated market. LoadHandler refrigeration alternators withstand day-to-day rigors of the multi-temp, multi-stop cold chain truck, providing superior cooling capabilities and high-efficiency/high-output performance.

New Prestolite Electric LoadHandler starters and alternators will be released in the coming months for markets such as light-duty commercial vehicles, construction equipment, emergency vehicles and transit buses.

“When it comes to protecting temperature-sensitive freight, LoadHandler alternators can help reduce operating costs through reliable performance,” said Jonathan Smith, assistant director, aftermarket sales and marketing, Prestolite Electric. “Reliability matters, and LoadHandler alternators can perform in this performance-critical market.”

LoadHandler alternators provide a dual internal fan design that helps maintain optimum bearing temperatures and minimize heat damage. The new alternators are available for Carrier Transicold refrigeration units using Kubota and other engines. Features of LoadHandler alternators and refrigeration units  include:

•12-volt, 70- and 105-amp outputs

•Drop-in replacement

•100% new units with no core

•Dual internal fan design

•Reliable power for performance-critical applications

•Heavy duty housing design

The LoadHandler product line includes completely new starters and alternators for refrigerated trucks, light trucks, on- and off-highway trucks, school and city buses, and heavy duty equipment. Each drop-in replacement LoadHandler product features application-specific technology to help ensure durability and performance in a wide array of operating environments.

To learn more about these and other products, contact a Prestolite Electric/Leece-Neville Heavy Duty Systems representative, email [email protected] or see

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