Spectra Premium Announces Fuel Delivery Lifetime Warranty – UnderhoodService

Spectra Premium Announces Fuel Delivery Lifetime Warranty

Spectra Premium Industries has announced a limited lifetime warranty on its fuel pump assemblies, electrical and mechanical fuel pumps and fuel strainers, effective Jan. 1, 2014.

Spectra Premium Industries has announced a limited lifetime warranty on its fuel pump assemblies, electrical and mechanical fuel pumps and fuel strainers, effective Jan. 1, 2014.

“Continuous improvement, product validation and progressive engineering are the main contents of Spectra Premium’s fuel delivery products. These rigorous processes will now be backed by a lifetime warranty,” said Jason Best, VP of sales and marketing at Spectra Premium Industries.

As a complete OE fuel delivery systems manufacturer, Spectra Premium has implemented significant engineering improvements by leveraging its OE knowledge and experience. These improvements truly reflect the North American market, where higher levels of ethanol in fuel have been observed, in addition to increased OE failure on domestic high flow rate applications. The implementation of carbon commutators in its high flow electric fuel pumps, and the use of palladium silver alloy in the rheostat card to counter bad fuel, are a few examples of these enhancements, according to Specrtra.

Such improvements significantly increase the quality and durability of its fuel delivery products, the company stated, facilitating the decision-making process toward offering a lifetime warranty.

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