300 Below Inc. announces new Non-rusting ABS ring: ABS Tone Ring passes 1000 Hours salt spray test.

Indianapolis, IN, (March 6, 2012) Today at the NTEA work truck show in Indianapolis, 300 Below Inc. announced their new anti-rust ABS tone ring for WorkHorse model W-42 and W-62 model trucks.

The new ABS tone ring has passed a salt spray test of 1000 hours. “Our breakthrough ABS ring provides fleets with added safety and security of reduced ABS failure in the field due to rust,” said Peter Paulin, CEO of 300 Below. “ABS tone ring rust has become a major issue all across the northern tier of theUnited StatesandCanadado to the increased usage of ice reducing compounds containing additives that are more harsh than simple salt by state and local road crews. These compounds promote rust on truck parts including the ABS tone ring. We are excited about this breakthrough,” said Paulin, “Our customers were asking us to solve this major headache for their truck fleets and fleets nationwide. We are happy not only to find a solution, but one that will help provide safer vehicles and reduce the number of rotor changes required.”

300 Below is the nation’s oldest and most progressive cryogenics Company. They are a green conservation company saving customers resources and solving issues. 300 Below is the founder of the commercial cryogenic processing industry has been in business continuously since 1966. Constantly involving from our origin in Detroit Michigan, they are located Decatur Illinois.

For more information contact Randy Prince, COO, 217-423-3070 rprince@300below.com

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