Due to the nature of construction and repair work, work trucks can idle between 50-70% of their lifespan. One hour of idling equals 33 miles of engine wear and can consume up to 2.4 gallons of fuel per hour.
GRIP is a universal, easy-to-install, anti-idling solution that will reduce costs to your business and to the environment. No matter the truck, no matter the function, GRIP works hard to build your bottom line.
GRIP in Action
GRIP allows construction trucks, like dump trucks and bucket trucks to retain vital work functions when the system is in monitoring mode. That means your crew can get the job done efficiently and safely. GRIP will never disable safety and security features and can be customized for each type of truck in your fleet.
Safety Above All
GRIP allows construction trucks like dump trucks and bucket trucks retain vital work functions when the system is in monitoring mode. That means your crew can get the job done efficiently and safely. GRIP will never disable safety and security features and can be customized for each type of truck in your fleet.
GRIP allows you to customize parameters and thresholds based on each vehicle’s duty cycle, meaning drivers never have to turn the system on or off, or set controls—everything is automatic.
Savings in Full
While most companies initially install GRIP into their fleet to eliminate unnecessary idling and the environmental damage and costs associated with it, they quickly learn the full benefit of the system:
- Extending vehicle life by reducing unnecessary wear and tear
- Reduced maintenance costs due to decreased wear and tear
- Vehicle spending less time in the shop and more time in use
- Increased operator safety, security, and vehicle function
- For vehicles with DPF systems, GRIP significantly reduces the maintenance costs and failures
- Reduces fuel consumption and fewer trips to fewer trips to refuel the machine
- Reduces public complaints and improves public perception
- Real-time idling and energy information on the GRIP Idle Tracker Dashboard