The Penray Companies Inc. offers a variety of system-specific Installer Service Kits that include the chemicals needed to clean, protect and fortify various vehicle systems.
These kits include cleaners, protectants, conditioners and lubricants needed to restore performance. They keep vehicle systems working at optimum levels and help extend service life, says the company. Penray also offers installer tools and full lines of automotive, heavy-duty and shop chemicals.
The Penray Installer line encompasses a collection of kits providing preventive maintenance for systems such as power steering, cooling and engine oil. Penray also offers a variety of fuel system kits specifically formulated for gasoline and diesel that provide total system clean-up by removing harmful deposits and carbon that cause problems such as hesitation, high exhaust emissions and poor gas mileage.
Each Penray Installer Service Kit includes two or three task-specific preventive maintenance chemicals designed to clean, rejuvenate, and fortify vehicular systems and their fluids, helping to maximize performance and extend vehicle life. Penray also provides a Lifetime Preventive Maintenance Protection Plan to further help shops instill customer confidence in coverage.
Penray Installer kits are all developed, compounded, blended and packaged in the United States.. Detailed information on the various kits can be found on the company’s web site, www.penray.com. On-line training videos are available for technicians, providing helpful information on the proper use of these kits, the functions they perform, and the benefits to motorists.
“We challenged our staff chemists to come up with kits of products that provide complete service for the systems they’re designed for,” explains Bill Nonnamaker, senior vice president of sales for Penray. “Because these are sophisticated chemicals that require specific procedures in order to deliver the best possible results, we do not offer them to consumers. Rather, we rely on the expertise of the thousands of professional technicians who work in service bays every day and have a clear understanding of how systems work and how best to extend their life. This is just one way we partner with independent repair shops and technicians, helping them to work better and more profitably.
“Further evidence of our confidence in, and support for, independent repair shops and their technicians can be found in the free, hands-on training we offer,” says Nonnamaker. “Our professional, full-time trainers offer detailed hands-on education in which technicians can learn to properly diagnose and solve various problems with fuel systems, both gasoline and diesel, as well as cooling and lubrication systems. Training schedules fill quickly.”
For more information, visit www.penray.com
Bob Ulrich was named Modern Tire Dealer editor in August 2000. He joined the magazine in 1985 as assistant editor, and has been responsible for gathering statistical information for MTD's "Facts Issue" since 1993.