Sonnax Industries, Inc.

Sonnax Industries, Inc.

Sonnax is an industry leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of components for remanufacturing torque converters, rebuilding automatic transmissions and protecting driveshafts and associated components from over-torque damage.

Sonnax is a diversified supplier of specialized drivetrain products to the automotive and commercial vehicle industries, and to industrial sectors utilizing drivetrain technology.

 

  • Automatic Drive
  • P.O. Box 440
  • Bellows Falls, VT 05101-0440
  • USA
  • Phone: 802-463-9722
  • Toll Free: 800-843-2600
  • Fax: 802-463-4059
  • Website: http://www.sonnax.com

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Advanced Protection

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Sonnax’s Power Train Savers (PTS) offer advanced protection for trucks with axles, differentials and driveshafts at risk for over-torque damage. Each PTS unit works on a series of three torque fuses engineered to shear at specific torque loads. When the fuses snap, the PTS unit’s internal system holds the driveshaft in place. Just replace the fuse links right on the job to get up and running again fast. PTS units are available for all heavy trucks.

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Drivetrain Protection

Product From Sonnax Industries, Inc.

Sonnax Industries' Power Train Savers are drivetrain protection devices that offer dependable protection against over-torque damage. Once installed in a driveshaft, the drivetrain is protected from over-torque damage caused by any number of factors that can ruin differentials, gears, axles and driveshafts. Power Train Savers feature patented Torque Fuses that shear if harmful over-torque occurs. Each set of Torque Fuses are engineered and calibrated to shear just prior to the powertrain breaking point. Once this occurs, the driveshaft remains in place - supported by an internal system. Collateral damage caused by a broken driveshaft is avoided, along with costly repairs to drivetrain components. To fix the drivetrain, simply replace the Torque Fuses and the vehicle is back in operation.

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