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"Designed for the Life
of your Truck"

95 E. 10 Mile Road
Madison Heights, Michigan 48071

Phone: (248) 548-3336

Fax: (248) 548-3338

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Copyright © 2019 Airodyne Industries, Inc. 

PREMIER SUPPLIER

TOP PERFORMING AERODYNAMIC FAIRINGS

Airodyne Industries, Inc. is a woman-owned and certified company headquartered near Detroit, celebrating their 43rd Anniversary. In 1976, Airodyne pioneered heavy-truck aerodynamics in North America by introducing the first three-dimensional deflector or Full Roof Fairing, universally recognized today as the industry standard.

PRODUCTS DESIGNED FOR

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PRODUCTS UPDATES

Additional Low Profile

Models Available!

  • Under 12'6" clearances!

  • Available for many truck make and day cab models!

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More Collapsible

Models Available!

  • 2-Piece fairings for decking!

  • Available for many truck make and day cab models!

Light-Duty

Roof Fairings

  • Maximize your airflow!

  • Increase your fuel savings!

OUR ADVANTAGES

Airodyne's Philosophy Is Simple: design products to provide the lowest total lifetime cost for our fleets. Top fuel and operating efficiencies, damage reduction, replacement costs and minimum downtime are important considerations in our engineering process.

Aerodynamic Devices Deliver a Greater Range of Performance Than Any Other Item Spec’d on Your Truck.

Proudly manufactured 
in the USA
for over 40 years. 

We Stand Behind Our Product and Offer The Same Warranty We Did 40 Years Ago.

We are Smartway Certified. Airodyne better for your bottom line and the environment.

ON THE ROAD

As seen in Transport Topics, April 30, 2018 issue,
Kenworth T680 Day Cab with
Airodyne P2-9 Roof Fairing 

FUEL COST SAVINGS

Well designed Roof Fairings (closed top and sides extending to back of cab) remain the single most important fuel-economy device you can spec on a truck