The Onspot Blog

International

Topic: Engineering

×

The Benefit of the Onspot System - Why an Engineered Solution is Best

Written by Leonard D'Orlando, July 3, 2018

When I attend trade shows, I am often asked if it is necessary to fill out our VSI or Vehicle Suspension Information form. Although the form typically takes 10 minutes to fill out, most people miss the importance of what they consider an “extra” step. Some believe that the VIN number or a description of the suspension should be enough. My favorite, however, is when people tell me the vehicle is a “sister” to one already fitted with Onspots so there should be no need to measure the chassis. This statement could not be more further from the truth.

Read more

Our Secrets about Wheels and Chains!

Written by Lucas Gulino, June 26, 2018

 

At Onspot, nothing is left to chance! Each piece that makes up the complete system has been the subject of a comprehensive study. The same is true for our chains. 

Have you already noticed that we use different types of chains? Each of them has been designed to meet a specific need, and we will reveal our secrets about wheels and chains!  

Read more

How Onspot Designs New Models

Written by Lucas Gulino, January 25, 2018

The process of creating a product depends on a human labor force working with machines to complete a finished product. To meet the needs and expectations of customers, several factors must be considered. We wish to share with you how Onspot produces its vehicle bracket kits.

Read more

What is traction coefficient?

Written by Eric Jones, December 7, 2017

In a tyre-surface system, the coefficient of friction is called ‘traction coefficient’. It’s as simple as that. But, what’s more important is to know why the traction coefficient is fundamental to road safety – and peace of mind.

Read more

Tips & Tricks for Mounting Onspot

Written by Lucas Gulino, November 6, 2017

As a mechanic, every day, you have to find new solutions to the problems you encounter. You are reflective, rigorous, and logical, and we know that it is not always that simple...

Read more

How to Spec your Fire Apparatus to Serve your Community

Written by Maritza Hernandez, September 15, 2017

Everyone loves a parade! Especially, a Fire Truck Parade, Lights & Sirens!

However, when writing the specifications for fire apparatus there are some things more important than looks. Two important factors when preparing to purchase a new fire truck is the vehicles’ function and the terrain in its “operating environment.” Not taking into account function and terrain could lead to ownership of a great looking truck that falls short of the end users expectations.       Image: Firemen march on the Champs-Elysées, Paris © Maxppp -

Read more

Recent Posts

Follow us