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ADVANTAGES OF TELMA RETARDERS

Telma protects the environment!

Telma retarders comply with the European ROHS directive (2002/95/CE) restricting the use of certain hazardous substances in the construction of electrical equipment.

The total lack of friction makes Telma retarders fully silent under all conditions of use and guarantees the absence of particle emissions or any other pollutant release into the environment.

Telma retarders are maintenance-free and do not require any fluid change or wearing parts replacement.

As they comply with the European directive 2004/108/EC on electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), Telma retarders present no electromagnetic incompatibility with the environment.

Finally, the contribution of Telma retarders to the reduction of the equipped vehicles' energy consumption actively contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.



Discover the additional advantages of Telma retarders:

prague - czech republic,
du 20/11/2018 au 22/11/2018

Telma will be attending the Czechbus Show 2018, in Prague - Czech Republic, that will be held from November 20 to 22, 2018.

lyon - france,
du 27/11/2018 au 30/11/2018

Telma will be attending the Pollutec show 2018, from November 27 to 30, 2018.

21 Sep
2018

On the occasion of the IAA 2018 show, Mercedes-Benz group, had displayed its "City 75" fitted as standard with Telma induction brake LVRS350.

20 Sep
2018

Come meet us and discover our products at the IAA show in Hannover, hall 11 booth F07.

04 Apr
2018

If in addition to preserving the environment, Telma induction brakes could save money… Following measurements carried out at the city of Marseille, Telma underscoring the fact that a waste collection truck fitted with a Telma induction brake can reduce brake pad wear by up to 90% ,...

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