DEI Introduces Can-Am Maverick Sport XC Two-Seater Heat Control Kits

AVON LAKE, OH (05.26.2020) – Design Engineering, Inc has introduce a new product to help UTV riders keep their cool. DEI Heat Control Kits are now available for 2014-’18 Can-Am Maverick Sport XC two-seater applications.

The Maverick Heat Control Kits (Part # 010885) reduce the radiant heat coming through the seats, console, cupholders and driver’s right leg area while operating the popular UTV. At only 3/16-inches thick, the material is 10-mil dimpled aluminum with a glass fiber layer and an aggressive self-adhesive backing, allowing for a quick, clean installation.

“UTVs have cockpit heat issues, including the Can-AM Maverick. DEI offers a great solution with a CNC-cut Heat Control Kit,” said Mike Buca of Design Engineering Inc. “The material will withstand 1,750 degrees F of continuous radiant heat while increasing the comfort of you and your passenger.”

DEI’s adhesive-backed, precision-cut thermal barrier material blocks heat build-up in the UTV cockpit area while reducing engine noise and vibration. The kits are shipped with all components clearly labeled for a straightforward installation in 2014-’18 Maverick Sport XC two-seat models with no modifications required.

To learn more about DEI’s entire lineup of innovative heat and sound controlled products, please visit DesignEngineering.com

“UTVs have cockpit heat issues, including the Can-AM Maverick. DEI offers a great solution with a CNC-cut Heat Control Kit,” said Tom Miller of Design Engineering Inc. “The material will withstand 1,750 degrees F of continuous radiant heat while increasing the comfort of you and your whole crew.”

DEI’s adhesive-backed, precision-cut thermal barrier material blocks heat build-up in the UTV cockpit area while reducing engine noise and vibration. The kits are shipped with all components clearly labeled for a straightforward installation in 2014-’18 Maverick Sport XC two-seat models with no modifications required.

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To learn more about DEI’s entire lineup of innovative heat and sound controlled products, visit DesignEngineering.com.