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Briggs & Stratton to introduce single-cylinder engines at World of Concrete

The company will also introduce its Vanguard Commercial Lithium Ion Battery pack

Briggs & Stratton to introduce single-cylinder engines at World of Concrete

Briggs & Stratton will introduce its Vanguard Commercial Lithium Ion Battery pack and will feature its entire lineup of new single-cylinder horizontal shaft engines at World of Concrete 2020.

The customized Vanguard Lithium-Ion Battery, controller and battery charger work together to deliver efficient power and performance, resulting in the only fully integrated, complete battery solution available on the market. Attendees to WOC will have the opportunity to see the Vanguard Battery-powered ARGO unit up close in the Vanguard booth at the show. 

Also on display is the entire lineup of Vanguard's new single-cylinder horizontal shaft family of commercial engines, including the new Vanguard 14.0 gross HP 400, 10.0 gross HP 300, 6.5 gross HP 200 and 5.0 gross HP 160. The family of engines is proven to operate with significantly reduced noise and vibration levels compared to Honda and offers easy starting and longer maintenance intervals. The 200 and 400 are currently available, with the 160 scheduled to launch later this year and the 300 scheduled to become available in 2021.  

The engine line features Vanguard innovations, including an oil management system which increases oil change intervals to 200 hours and cyclonic air filtration to dramatically reduce downtime associated with air filter maintenance. It is also equipped with TransportGuard, a single ignition and fuel shutoff to prevent oil/fuel dilution during transport.

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