Meritor Inc.

Meritor MTA suspensions specified by Bynum Transport

Meritor, Inc. announced that Bynum Transport of Auburndale, Fla. is specifying Meritor's MTA 23 air-ride suspension, Q Plus drum brakes, ABS with Meritor WABCO Roll Stability Support (RSS) and slack adjusters on its latest Walker Stainless tanker order.

For more than 40 years, Bynum Transport has provided specialized tank truck transportation of food grade liquid bulk commodities. Bynum has been specifying Meritor truck components since the 1980s, but these new tankers will be their first with Meritor trailer components included.

"We've had a long-standing relationship with Meritor," said Gary Brinkley, safety director, Bynum Transport. "Their quality products and outstanding customer service has certainly benefited our fleet. Once we tested the MTA trailer suspension and received positive feedback from our drivers about how well they pulled and handled, we were sold on adding them to our trailers. An added incentive was the ease of maintaining the suspensions once they are in service."

Meritor MTA air-ride suspensions are available for a broad range of vocational trailers including, platform, tanker, bottom dump, grain, logging, transfer, side dump and end dump trailers. It is the lightest 23K suspension in its class and features patented pivot bushings, large bore high-damping shock absorbers, a patent pending axle wrap design and genuine Meritor axles and brakes. The result is superior suspension durability, lower maintenance costs, increased payload capacity, better tire wear from more consistent tire-to-road contact and a softer ride with superior cargo protection.

MTA vocational air-ride suspensions are available with a wide range of axle, wheel end and brake options. Premium "MA" series brake linings are also available to extend brake service maintenance intervals. Meritor supplies industry-leading axle, suspension, brake, automatic tire inflation and wheel-end components to original equipment trailer manufacturers and to the replacement market via distribution outlets located throughout North America.