Fueling a Low-Net Carbon Future – Green Car Journal, November 11, 2023
Advanced internal combustion technology will continue to be a dominant part of the fuel and technology mix for decades to come. In a recent editorial in Green Car Journal, Stanadyne Global Vice President of Product Engineering Michael Hornby shares the company’s perspective on how new engine designs and fuels, like hydrogen and e-fuels, will drive decarbonization and expectations of a world where engine technologies and fuels compete, complement, and co-exist.
Diesel Power: Diesel Racers Seeking Performance Upgrades Should Look Beyond The Ordinary – PRI Magazine, August 2023
The S&S Diesel Motor Sport Ford 6.7 CP4 to DCR Pump Conversion Kit featuring the PurePower 2P DCR pump was included in the August 2023 edition of PRI Magazine. S&S Diesel Motorsport in Seymour, Indiana, teamed with PurePower, a Stanadyne company, to produce a drop-in DCR pump conversion. “It is a more robust pump design,” said S&S Diesel’s Justin Norris. “We’ve been validating it for more than a year in 20-plus different trucks, trying to rack up as many miles as we can to make sure it’s spot-on.”
Column: GM’s new small-block V-8 is the best powertrain for pickups and SUVs – Automotive News – January 29, 2023
Until battery technology advances to the point where it can enable an electric truck to meet or beat the performance and price of a gasoline or diesel truck, don’t expect the gasoline or diesel engine to disappear. Still, with emissions rules tightening, GM’s new small-block engine will have to run cleaner and more efficiently. The automaker hasn’t shared any details of improvements, but key suppliers such as Stanadyne say there are still ways to make a gasoline engine develop more power while emitting fewer harmful emissions.
Stanadyne to present low-cost fuel systems at annual auto expo – DT Next – January 14, 2023
Stanadyne presented new fuel systems offering a differentiated approach for the small engines to meet BS VI emissions at the Jan. 12-15 Auto Expo components show in New Delhi. Its Solenoid Controlled Unit Pump (SCUP) System was developed as a cost-effective solution for the three-wheeler applications that enables the manufacturers to meet India’s BS VI emission norms. The LPDMS system was developed for Tractor application & enables the manufacturers to meet India’s Trem IV – V emission norms. The system uses mechanical injectors resulting in a lower total cost of ownership (TCO).
Tension and the electric takeover – Automotive Engineering – November 23, 2022
During the 2022 Detroit Auto Show, Stanadyne CEO Dr. John Pinson discussed decarbonization with SAE’s Editorial Director – Mobility Media Bill Visnic. “If in 2030 we’re in the 30% range [for EV sales in the U.S.], I think that would be a home run for this industry towards electrification,” said Pinson. “And I think it’s going to take everything the industry has got to get there. In the meantime, we have these overriding objectives to get carbon out of the transportation sector.”
Hitting the gas on hydrogen tech for commercial trucks – SAE – May 3, 2022
Bradlee Stroia, chief technology officer for Stanadyne, further championed hydrogen’s potential as an effective solution for carbon-free ICE fueling. “It’s important to understand the benefits of hydrogen as an internal combustion fuel,” Stroia said. “It has challenges, but it can enable not just decarbonization but also world-class combustion efficiency.”
Stanadyne in alliance with Diesel Forward – Diesel Progress – January 10, 2022
Stanadyne has entered into a strategic alliance with Diesel Forward to be its single central distributor of aftermarket diesel rotary pump and related components in the North, Central, and South American markets.
Industry 4.0: Smart factories – Manufacturing Today – India, November 2021
Stanadyne Managing Director, Near East Business Unit, Dr. Sanjay Chadda talks about the company’s Smart Factory Project and the long-term benefits of investing in smart manufacturing in Manufacturing Today – India’s November issue.
Executive Interview: Stanadyne’s John Pinson and Steve Gow – aftermarketNews, December 2020
In this exclusive interview, John Pinson, president, Stanadyne LLC, and Steve Gow, director, business development and sales, bring us up-to-speed on the acquisition of Pure Power Technologies and the synergies the two organizations share. We also talk about the oncoming trends influencing product development today in the various market segments the company competes in.
Fuel Pumps: You Might Need More Than One – Counterman, September 2020
Counterman Magazine interviewed Stanadyne Product Line Manager Brent Dolan to discuss common reasons high-pressure fuel pumps can become damaged or fail, and proper maintenance steps you can take to protect your engine.
Liebherr and Stanadyne: Strategic Partnership – Mobile Maschinen, March 2020
The components division of Liebherr and Stanadyne LLC, the US manufacturer of components for diesel common rail systems, have signed a strategic partnership for the global sales and service of joint injection solutions for the on- and off-highway sector.
Stanadyne LLC Acquires Pure Power Technologies Inc. – aftermarketNews, April 2019
Stanadyne LLC has acquired Columbia, South Carolina-based Pure Power Technologies Inc. (Pure Power), which specializes in the engineering and manufacturing of diesel fuel injectors and turbochargers. The combined companies bring together highly complementary product lines that will form a global company delivering broad fuel and air management systems directly to OEMs and OES/aftermarket channels.
Stanadyne Pumps Up the Volume – SAE Automotive Engineering, May 2018
Although the auto sector continues to intensify its focus on electrification, planners and analysts remind almost daily that internal combustion-based propulsion will continue to the baseline for a decade or more. Consequently, Stanadyne intends to play a larger role in the IC-engine Renaissance that really isn’t a “rebirth” at all.
Stanadyne Launches Low-cost Diesel, Gasoline Fuel Systems – Auto Tech Review – February 2018
Stanadyne launched two new fuel systems that offer a differentiated approach for small engines to meet BS VI emissions at Auto Expo 2018.