CRC Industries, Inc.

800 Enterprise Road, Suite 101
Horsham, PA 19044

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CRC Industries Launches New CRC Brakleen® Pro Series Brake Parts Cleaners

Horsham, PA – CRC Industries, Inc., a global supplier of specialty chemicals for maintenance and repair professionals and do-it-yourselfers, has introduced the new CRC BRAKLEEN Pro Series Brake Parts Cleaners. BRAKLEEN, the original aerosol brake parts cleaner, was developed in 1971. It was the very first product of its kind, and CRC is still the #1 brand used worldwide today.

How to fix leaky vehicles without breaking the bank

Drivers expect to experience a few bumps in the road as their vehicles age. While certain issues, such as worn shocks or engine troubles, are best left to the professionals, drivers can address many other issues that commonly affect aging vehicles on their own.

Fluid leaks are one of the more routine problems that plague older vehicles. While leaks are not necessarily a sign of doom and gloom, they tend to distress vehicle owners and can affect drivability. In addition, automotive fluids that seep out of vehicles can prove harmful to the environment.

CRC Industries Launches GDI Service Pack at NAPA AutoCare Centers

New GDI Engine Service Helps NAPA AutoCare Centers Create a Steady Profit Center While Maintaining the Performance of Customers’ GDI-Equipped Vehicles 


K&W Trans-X® Automatic Transmission Stop Leak

The automatic transmission is a pretty incredible device when you get a chance to look inside of it.  The technology that is needed to eliminate manual shift transmission needs to have electronics and hydraulics to work in unity.  The transmission fluid flows throughout the whole transmission like oil in an engine.  It cleans, lubricates, cools and actuates the different assemblies that cause the automatic shifting to occur for thousands of miles. Rubber seals, gaskets, shift valves and clutches all must perform their jobs flawlessly or the automatic transmission is useless.


CRC Throttle Body Air Intake Cleaner

The throttle body in the air intake system controls the air that flows into the engine.  The amount of air depends on the position of the gas pedal.  If you press the pedal harder then the throttle plate opens wider to give the engine more air, resulting in more power and increased speed. 


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