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Intellipark Takes the Sting Out of Parking Brake Valves

Blog commentary by Tom Berg, Senior Contributing Editor

Bendix's Intellipark has two blade type switches wired to servos that operate the air valves behind the dash. Sensors on the seat and door tell the system to apply the brakes if the driver doesn't before leaving the cab.

October 16, 2017

Intellipark can help prevent rollaway incidents and allows for other functions, Bendix says of its upcoming electronic application system. Blog commentary by Tom Berg, Senior Contributing Editor.

Tags: Bendix, Truck Parking, Air Brakes, Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems, Safety

Author: Tom Berg | Posted @ Monday, October 16, 2017 11:49 AM | » Comments(0)

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