Perkins has extended its Perkins Ecoplus range of filters with the addition of a newly designed oil filter.
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Perkins newest dual-certified engine helps original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) comply with the EU Stage V's most stringent emission requirements.
Implementation of European Stage V emissions regulations this year has been a driver of much work in the diesel engine sector, as most major manufacturers have taken the opportunity to improve their existing models while ensuring the meet the reduced emissions levels. In the process, some have launched new engines of various sizes or updated existing equipment.
Perkins understands that customers need to keep their machines running reliably for longer - so they can maximize their return on investment. To meet these needs Perkins has invested in innovative new solutions to give customers more choice, quality and value at every stage of the engine's life cycle.
Sullair introduced its 375H Tier 4 Final diesel portable air compressor powered by a Perkins engine at The 2019 Rental Show. The Perkins-powered machine will be offered alongside a current Cat-powered offering, providing customers with choices regarding their preferred engine.
Perkins Engines is highlighting its commitment to the rental market at the ARA Show 2019 with an exhibit that includes a comprehensive package of engines, support programs and aftermarket products that work together to improve rental company return on investment. Displayed were four engines: the new 1.1 liter Perkins® 403J-11T, the Perkins® Syncro 2.2 liter and 3.6 liter and a Perkins 404D-22 replacement engine -- all of which are widely used in the rental industry.
Perkins Engines is showcasing its expanding line of high-performance, power-dense diesel engines that meet both U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final and EU Stage V emission standards at World of Concrete 2019. Featured in booth C6781 is the Perkins Syncro 2.8 litre, the 9.3 litre 1706J and the 1204J, which are among the latest additions to Perkins industry-leading global product range covering 8.2 to 597 kW (11 to 800 hp).
After a 23-year relationship between IHI Agri-Tech Corporation (IAT) and Perkins Engines Company Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc., Perkins and its affiliates have agreed to purchase IAT's remaining share of the joint venture.
Mark Stratton has been appointed general manager of Perkins large engines, based in Seguin, Texas, with global responsibility for engines in the 7.2 to 18 litre range.