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Auxiliary Air Suspension

Freno Assist

Our auxiliary air solutions do exactly what they promise.

Freno’s air assist suspension is suitable for most vehicle types and is available in two different versions. Optimally if you work with really heavy loads and are in need of a guaranteed even driving height.

Freno Assist

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Freno Air develops air suspension and transport solutions such as Citytrailer, DockOn, Eurochassi and AWK systems for transport services and taxis. Freno Air has developed air suspension, control systems and various innovative chassis solutions where the benefits of air suspension on light trucks have been used for over 30 years. If you need increased driving stability, faster loading/unloading or greater load capacity in your transport vehicle, air suspension for your vehicle is the solution. A chassis with air suspension helps you and your company to a simpler everyday life, more efficient operations and a better working environment for the driver.

Air suspension is an excellent complement in light trucks that want to transport heavier loads This is because the air suspension makes it possible to keep the vehicle at the correct driving height independently of its load and that you can easily raise and lower the vehicle during loading and unloading.

Frenos luftfjädring hjälpluft är den enklaste av våra luftfjädringar och agerar som ett stöd till den befintliga fjädringen och bidrar med hjälp av luftbälgar till att hålla körhöjden konstant – oavsett vägens förutsättningar och lastens tyngd. Frenos assist air suspension fits most vehicle types and is available in two different designs.

Choose between:

  • Air suspension – Auxiliary air with pump valves. This is the simplest solution. It has the same connection as a tyre valve and is pumped up in the same way. There is also a control box that ensures that the bellows are not overfilled.
  • Air suspension – Auxiliary air with electric compressor. A more advanced solution that can be operated manually or via a pressure sensor that senses the pressure in the bellows and keeps it constant.