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Continental Offers Full Range of Drive Belts for the Commercial Vehicle Aftermarket

• More than 40 new multi V-belt types for commercial vehicles from all well-known
manufacturers
• In total, over 300 types available for vehicles in the European market

Hanover, November 19, 2019. Technology company Continental offers a full range of drive belts
for the commercial vehicle aftermarket. Around 40 multi V-belt types have been added for the
auxiliary drives of Volvo, Scania, Renault and Iveco vehicles. The belts feature profile codes 4PK,
6PK, 8PK, 10 PK and 12PK – i.e. ranging from the narrow variant with four ribs to the widest with
twelve. They are made of fiber-reinforced synthetic rubber with a polyester tension member.
Continental manufactures its drive belts for the aftermarket to the same quality standards as its
original equipment products, which are specially designed to meet the requirements of modern
commercial vehicle units. That means workshops operating in the aftermarket can enjoy the same
proven quality as original equipment. Continental grants registered workshops a 5-year guarantee
on them.

Expansion of the existing belt portfolio
Continental added more than 40 new types for Mercedes-Benz, MAN and DAF vehicles to its
range in the early part of this year. Now, distributors, commercial vehicle workshops and trucking
companies with in-house workshops have access to a choice of more than 300 multi V-belt types
for auxiliary drives. This extensive range means that Continental covers almost all the vehicle
applications in the European market. “Mechanics can therefore handle practically any auxiliary
drive repair job that occurs,” says Continental product manager Robert Franz. “In addition, they
have a one-stop source for power transmission products for a manufacturer’s entire vehicle line-up
– from light delivery trucks through to tractor units for long-haul transport operations,” continues
Franz.

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