Reyco Granning AirMaster: Next-gen air control for m-d suspensions Reyco Granning AirMaster

Reyco Granning AirMaster: Next-gen air control for m-d suspensions

Reyco Granning has introduced the AirMaster, the latest suspension air control system for suspensions in Medium Duty markets. It incorporates an electronic height control system and was designed to improve the durability and reduce the installation complexity for Reyco’s R Series suspensions for Ford, Dodge and GM trucks, according to the company. In addition, the AirMaster can be used as a compact, stand-alone suspension air control system for vehicles equipped with hydraulic brakes and no onboard air compressor.

The AirMaster will be the standard air control system to accompany any new R Series suspensions purchased.

“This product is more robust than our previous offerings and will result in maintenance cost savings and reduced downtime for our customers,” says Drake Sarault, director of powered vehicles. “The release of the AirMaster also provides Reyco Granning the opportunity to reach a market we had until now left untapped. We now offer a solution for vehicles that utilize hydraulic brakes and have no onboard air compressor.”

Key upgrades include:

  • Pre-assembled, modularized system
  • Fewer air connections resulting in reduced air leaks and increased compressor life
  • Pre-plumbed, integrated air dryer to reduce air line freezing; and
  • CPU control module for improved ride control and efficient air compressor management

“Two big challenges our customers experienced with our legacy mechanical systems were short compressor life cycles and complicated systems to install and maintain,” adds Sarah Rogers, director of marketing and customer experience. “Significant changes have been made in the new system to reduce product complexity and packaging.” 

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