A quick refresher for the new year, on what Temel has to offer

A quick refresher for the new year, on what Temel has to offer

At Temel, we work hard to keep our production running smoothly, efficiently and outputting only quality parts. At the same time, we work just as hard to keep our product range rapidly growing. For more than 40 years, Temel has been designing, developing and manufacturing its products, along with the tools used to produce them. All multi layer steel and single layer steel cylinder head gaskets, graphite composite and fiber composite gaskets are stamped using steel tools produced at Temel’s facilities. Deep expertise in a wide range of sealing solutions combined with extensive engineering knowledge on tooling design, provides Temel with a unique advantage allowing impressive lead times, quality control through tooling and various other cost savings. This email is a quick refresher on some of the high demand items from Temel’s current product range. Some you might be familiar with, some might be new. Our product range offers more parts and we would like to hear from you if you have inquiries on parts not shown here. In the new year, Temel is looking forward to expanding its existing partnerships and establishing new long-term cooperations. Also, the participants at HDAW Pinewood Derby are getting a break, since the big competition is in the garage for some tweaking. Taking advantage of all that aerodynamics has to offer combined with a payload of 200 quarters in its trailer, Temel Gaskets Pinewood Derby truck will fire up the track. We wish everyone the best of luck and a fun time at the derby.     Cummins® ISX-QSX15 Cylinder Head Gasket Learn more at Cummins® ISX-QSX15 Cylinder Head Gasket. Detroit Diesel® 60 Series Cylinder Head Gasket Learn...
Tradeshows and the art of them – Commentary on Engine Builder Article

Tradeshows and the art of them – Commentary on Engine Builder Article

A commentary by Temel Gaskets USA’s Ruth Horton.   I especially enjoyed an article I found in Engine Builder’s August 2016 edition. Written by a self- proclaimed “trade show junkie”, Dave Monyhan, the piece has great insight and suggestions related to the art of trade shows. Being a fan of trade shows myself, I soaked up some great ideas and tips (and AAPEX and SEMA are almost upon us).   Dave says that he loves trade shows for the experience attendees have of seeing, touching, learning about and sometimes even being hands-on in a demonstration of products in the automotive market. I love getting to touch and see the items on display myself. I can remember the items better than I could have otherwise and have the details in mind when discussing them with clients.   Dave has tips for the exhibitors, and I’ve added a few of my own here. He recognizes the hours we spend setting up items for display, literature and marketing displays and the efforts we make to be fresh and looking good. He mentions sobriety, which I think we all appreciate from our fellow show-goers! Dave has rules in his booth about food, radios and any other distractions. Experience has shown that it’s a real turn off to see people eating in their booths and talking on cellphones. We are, as exhibitors, always looking around for folks we can talk to about our products and smiling as much as is possible without cracking our faces.   Dave believes in keeping the booth fresh and the employees on their game, informed and dressed professionally. We...