Sign Up for Training From Tenneco at the NACE Automechanika Chicago Show

Posted on July 25, 2017

Tenneco Inc. will offer training sessions as well as product demonstrations at the NACE Automechanika Chicago trade show, which runs July 26-29, 2017.

Messe Frankfurt produces the international Automechanika trade shows. The Automechanika Chicago show is held every other year. The NACE (International Autobody Congress & Exposition) and Automechanika Chicago trade shows will be staged together in 2017. The Automechanika Chicago and NACE shows serve the automotive service and collision repair markets.

During the show, Tenneco will provide service professionals with free technical training opportunities focusing on diagnostic, repair and replacement opportunities in vehicle emissions control and OE ride control. Attendees also are welcome to stop by Tenneco’s booth to check out the “Tenneco Experience” interactive mobile display, a custom-designed, 53-foot trailer highlighting Tenneco’s latest OE and aftermarket technologies.

Tenneco’s training opportunity will include a highly technical course addressing advanced emissions diagnostic strategy, with an emphasis on root cause catalytic converter failure. Leading the course, which takes place at NACE Automechanika Chicago at McCormick Place – West Building, will be Greg Neuenfeldt, a Tenneco master trainer with 25-plus years of automotive industry experience. The course will be available from 8 to 11 a.m. Thursday, July 27 and Saturday, July 29 in addition to a session Friday, July 28 from 4 to 7 p.m. Register by visiting and entering code PTCO2017.

Products on display at the Tenneco exhibit will include OE technologies from its Monroe Intelligent Suspension portfolio, including adaptive, semi-active and active suspension technologies designed to be tailored to specific customer requirements. This technology is featured in the BMW 3 Series Adaptive M Suspension option, which also includes Tenneco’s continuously variable semi-active (CVSAe) dampers. The booth also will display OE exhaust technologies featured in the Cadillac ATS, Chevrolet Corvette, Ford Fusion and other vehicles.

In addition, Tenneco will showcase premium aftermarket solutions from its Monroe brand, including shock absorbers and struts along with Monroe Brakes brake pads and shoes. The company also will feature Walker Emissions Control aftermarket products, including a complete, engine-to-tailpipe exhaust system fitted with a premium Walker Quiet-Flow SS muffler assembly.

Related Topics: Automechanika Chicago, NACE, Tenneco Inc., trade show

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