Stark HP2000 Auxiliary Power Unit

APUs | Truck & Engine | November 28, 2011

Stark’s HP2000 Auxiliary Power Unit was built to handle extreme temperatures. By eliminating the need for the truck’s engine to idle, fuel usage is reduced significantly. The heat pump system provides cost savings and keeps drivers cool, warm and powered up, the company says.

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