Detroit - United States car manufacturer, Ford Motor Company (Ford) has introduced an environmentally friendly engine gasket in 2008. Now, the manufacturer is re-introduced the gasket and seal machine from the waste tire materials and soy foam. As reported by autoevolution.com, Tuesday, July 13, 2011, gaskets and seals will be used for installation of machinery in the last 11 model Ford. "Gaskets and seals were made of new material consisting of 25 percent of recycled waste tires and renewable materials as much as 17 percent of soybeans," Ford said in a statement. Two components of the alloy material used rubber tires and soy that is claimed to have a power that is not inferior to the previous material. In fact, thanks to the use of new gaskets and seals are also slightly reduced the weight of the vehicle. In addition, the use of natural mineral materials can be reduced.
Happenings quality and safety of the product, Cynthia Flanigan, Technical, Research and Innovation Leader member Ford warranty. "While in use reasonable and uphold strict quality standards, the materials we use in our vehicles," he asserted. Vehicles that will use environmentally friendly seal that is the Ford Escape, Ford F-150, Ford F-250, Ford F-350, Ford Fiesta, Ford Flex, Ford Focus, Ford Mustang, Ford Taurus, Ford Transit Connect, and Lincoln MKS. Only, the manufacturer does not mention it started when a new vehicle with gaskets and seals last began to be marketed. Ford took the company's component suppliers of environmentally friendly polymeric Recycled Materials (RPM) to produce gaskets and seals it.