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Our Customers

Hino

 

Hino has been a customer of Jacobs since 1994 and is our largest customer in Asia. From the Models 961 and 981 for the K13C and F20C engines to the Models 965/975 and 970 for the E13C and A09C, Jacobs has been Hino’s sole supplier of quality engines brakes.  Jacobs’ engine brakes are standard equipment on all of Hino’s E13C and A09C engines.

Jacobs’ engineers work closely with Hino’s engine engineers to ensure that optimum braking performance is available from a reliable and durable engine brake. Hino exports vehicles and engines equipped with Jacobs’ products worldwide. Genuine Jacobs service parts and replacement housings for Hino’s engines are available exclusively through Hino’s dealer organization.

Products

Hino E13C upgrade 1

Model 975 | Jacobs and Hino

Jacobs’ engine brakes are standard equipment on all of Hino’s E13C and A09C engines, including the E13C upgrade.

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Hino 970 1

Model 970 | Jacobs and Hino

From the Models 961 and 981 for the K13C and F20C engines to the Models 965/975 and 970 for the E13C and A09C, Jacobs has been Hino’s sole supplier of quality engines brakes.

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Hino E13C 1

Model 965 | Jacobs and Hino

Jacobs' engine brakes are standard equipment on all of Hino’s E13C and A09C engines.

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Our Story

Although the Jacobs Engine Brake has been on the market since 1961, the need for it was terrifyingly demonstrated to its inventor Clessie L. Cummins, some thirty years earlier. In August of 1931, himself, Ford Moyer, and Dave Evans driving a Cummins diesel powered Indiana truck from New York to Los Angeles...

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Featured Technology

HPD

High Power Density (HPD)

The Jacobs’ Two-stroke Engine Brake for High Power Density Engines realizes up to 1.5 times the available braking performance of a conventional compression release engine brake.

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