Zekkert Presents New Clutch Kits

The German company Zekkert has recently announced expanding the range of its clutch kits. New solutions are intended for such models as Nissan Juke and Nissan Quashqai. According to the company’s press office, now there are 25 new product items available for potential customers.


It is claimed that Zekkert clutches have a long service life with constant performance characteristics. The manufacturer claims that the failure-free resource of these clutch kits exceeds 1 million operation cycles.


Zekkert’s clutch kits are notable for the following benefits:

  • Use of high-tech materials for manufacturing of clutch baskets (structural steel SPHE, 50CrV4 steel);
  • Comfortable gear shifting thanks to the small moment of inertia of the driven disk, which effectively reduces the level of vibrations in the “engine-gearbox” system;
  • Automatic assembly of kits;
  • Multistage automated check for product geometry at different stages of production and quality control.


About Zekkert

The Zekkert™ trademark belongs to the German trading house Zekkert GmbH. The company produces a wide range of spare parts for passenger vehicles. Despite the fact that the company is kind of new to the automotive business, it has already filled some niche on the European market of automotive parts. Zekkert pays close attention to professional competency in customer support and good faith cooperation with a variety of suppliers, therefore today Zekkert has gained the reputation of being a reliable partner.



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