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Force America Introduces New Line of Power Units

Thu March 14, 2013 - National Edition
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Force America has a new line of AC and DC power units designed for mobile and industrial applications.
Force America has a new line of AC and DC power units designed for mobile and industrial applications.

Force America has a new line of AC and DC power units designed for mobile and industrial applications. Through cooperation with Hydro-Tek Company Limited, Force America is able to offer this line of products to its United States customers.

The Hydro-Tek product line delivers Force America customers and OEM partners a quiet and efficient power unit.

This new addition to Force America’s deep product offering allows a multitude of mobile applications a critical component to a well-designed system. From hoist lifts to emergency back-up power units and everything in between, the AC and DC power units will help drive the electronic and hydraulic control systems that are core to Force America’s on and off road application solutions, according to the manufacturer.

“The breadth of the Hydro-Tek product offering is what initially attracted us to the product line,” said John Stenz, president of Force America. “As we learned more about the rigorous processes Hydro-Tek has implemented to ensure high quality and efficiency in their design, we knew this would be an important addition to our product family.”

Hydro-Tek power units are manufactured in TUV ISO certified factories and available at all Force America Sales and Service centers across the United States.

For more information, call 1/888-99-FORCE or visit www.forceamerica.com.




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