The European Sustainable Development Week is held every year from 30 May to 5 June. Its goals are to promote sustainable development, raise awareness of its issues and facilitate concrete mobilization, both individually and collectively.
It is in this respect that the website "Puissance2D, le développement durable en région", has focused on the issue of fine particles and a solution to drastically reduce them: Telma induction brakes.
This system "generates no pollution or noise nuisance, unlike brake pads", "It represents an ecological and economic solution for companies and communities wishing to contribute to the improvement of air quality".
Equip vehicles with Telma retarders, a great initiative to improve people's lives around the world.
In its June 2017 issue, the magazine Bus&Coach Buyer devotes an article to the FIAA 2017 Show, international trade fair of buses and coaches, which took place in Madrid.
The article describes the most important developments that could be discovered, manufacturer by manufacturer.
The manufacturer IvecoBus was widely perceived, with its Daily Tourys, which won the Minibus of the Year title. The journalist refers to some of its qualities, including the retarder Telma, which offers the advantage of being fitted at the factory.
A built-in Telma retarder enables the end-user to take advantage of its many benefits: the itineraries are made safely, giving an undeniable user comfort for a journey with serenity. Moreover, Telma retarders can significantly limit the use of the service brakes, preventing the emission of fine particles due to braking, into the environment.
In its April 2017 issue, the magazine "BusToCoach" devotes an article to the new "Mobi City" model designed by the coachbuilder Indcar.
This bus is built on an Iveco Daily 70C18 Euro6 chassis equipped with a Telma LVRS600 retarder as a factory-installed option, mounted on the assembly line by Iveco.
By integrating the Telma retarder to its new vehicles, Iveco wants to offer its customers the numerous benefits of a Telma.
In its March 2017 issue, "Le Journal du Poids Lourd" magazine looks back on seven decades of Telma's know-how and innovations.
Telma has deserved a solid reputation: for 70 years, the company has been constantly innovating to meet the needs of the market and is seeking to make its technologies compatible with the electronic evolutions of vehicles.
The many advantages of Telma induction brakes meet the needs of increasingly international customers. It is for this reason that Telma is synonymous with retarder.
Beyond the safety and economic advantages, the environmental value of the Telma induction brakes is surprising but it seems so obvious when you think about it: "no friction, no particles, no impact on health".
As the diesel engines are becoming more and more clean, the hobbyhorse of the communities is now the harmfulness of brake pad wear.
By offering more than 250 versions of variant adapted to any type of vehicle, Telma is an essential ally in environmental clean-up.
In its January 2017 issue, the magazine "SOA Info" affirms that while braking vehicles, "Telma stops pollution".
A relevant title as it is known that Telma induction brakes allow to reduce by 85% the emissions of fine particles due to braking, especially in city, particularly harmful for health and the environment.
Discover the article that goes beyond their efficiency, reliability, recognized quality, confirms the undeniable interest of Telma induction brakes in the struggle against air pollution.
Telma company wishes you all the best for this New Year.
In his interview, the journalist of RGB radio talks about the environmental but also economic value of using a Telma induction brake.
In recent years, large-scale work has been achieved by manufacturers to limit particles emissions from exhaust systems. Today, in the city, it is the harmfulness of brake pads wear that worries.
The use of a Telma induction brake reduces the emissions of fine particles due to braking by 85%, which also generates a real economic interest for vehicle users because the brake pads are changed 8 to 9 times less often.
Today we may question the need of a legislation which limits emissions from braking, as it was the case with emissions from engines...