Standard Unveils New Mass Air Flow Sensor Program – UnderhoodService

Standard Unveils New Mass Air Flow Sensor Program

standardStandard Motor Products (SMP) has announced its new mass air flow (MAF) sensor program. With more than 140 SKUs for import and domestic applications, this line of 100-percent new, not remanufactured MAF sensors delivers quality with the broadest, most comprehensive coverage in the aftermarket, according to the company.

Standard’s new MAF sensors are tested and calibrated with sophisticated automated equipment so they match OE output precisely and perform flawlessly, the company says. SMP-manufactured units also feature many design improvements including thicker walls, upgraded componentry and custom-designed platinum sensors.

“This launch establishes our commitment to providing the highest-quality replacement parts for air and fuel sensor categories,” said Phil Hutchens, vice president of engine management marketing, SMP. “Our new line offers technicians an all-new MAF Sensor rather than remanufactured, ensuring product quality and precise system operation.”

All new Standard MAF sensors are covered by Standard’s 3-year/36,000 mile warranty, are available for immediate order and shipment and are shipped in high-impact Standard or Intermotor graphic packaging that reinforces product quality.

The new MAF sensor launch is supported with comprehensive training and marketing materials, including a MAF-specific printed application and illustrated guide, a new MAF brochure, professional installation videos and MAF-specific PTS On-Demand training.

For additional information, contact a Standard sales representative or visit the new MAF product section on StandardBrand.com.

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