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Ausrücken, Kuppeln und Druck machen
#technicaltip zu den Kupplungskomponenten

Ölwechsel am Hybridgetriebe

Erstellt am 16.03.2021
Durchschnittliche Lesedauer: 6 Minuten

Ich habe einen weiteren ZF Aftermarket Experten zum Interview eingeladen: Dirk Schäfer ist Vertriebsberater für Großhändler und kennt sich bestens mit den Bauteilen aus, die unsere Pferdestärken vom Motor auf die Straße bringen.

Gemeinsam schauen wir uns heute das Thema Kupplung genauer an. Kupplungsscheibe, Druckplatte, Ausrücker: Was sind das für Teile, wofür werden sie benötigt und wie funktionieren sie? In den letzten Jahren haben die Ingenieure einige Updates eingebaut, die die Funktionsweise und das Handling der Komponenten weiter verbessern.

Viel Spaß beim Zuschauen!

Erstellt am 16.03.2021
Durchschnittliche Lesedauer: 6 Minuten

Ich habe einen weiteren ZF Aftermarket Experten zum Interview eingeladen: Dirk Schäfer ist Vertriebsberater für Großhändler und kennt sich bestens mit den Bauteilen aus, die unsere Pferdestärken vom Motor auf die Straße bringen.

Gemeinsam schauen wir uns heute das Thema Kupplung genauer an. Kupplungsscheibe, Druckplatte, Ausrücker: Was sind das für Teile, wofür werden sie benötigt und wie funktionieren sie? In den letzten Jahren haben die Ingenieure einige Updates eingebaut, die die Funktionsweise und das Handling der Komponenten weiter verbessern.

Viel Spaß beim Zuschauen!

About the author

Philipp Janczewski

Philipp is international service engineer, working with ZF Aftermarket since 2013. His motto as #zfexpert:

“You can never have too many horses! No matter in which engine.”

Philipp Janczewski

Philipp is international service engineer, working with ZF Aftermarket since 2013. His motto as #zfexpert:

“You can never have too many horses! No matter in which engine.”

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