Kohler's New 134-hp Tier 4F Diesel Engine Needs No DPF
Kohler Engines recently expanded its popular line of Kohler Direct Injection (KDI) diesel engines by introducing the Kohler 3.4 Liter KDI 3404 – a powerful engine designed for heavy-duty commercial applications requiring enhanced power and torque.
The KDI 3404 meets the EPA Tier 4 Final emission standards without needing a diesel particulate filter (DPF), thanks to its clean combustion and optimized fuel consumption.
Kohler Marine Wins "Best of Show" at Miami International Boat Show
The International Miami Boat Show
Committee awarded Kohler Marine “Best of Show” for tradeshow booth in
the Engines/Engines Accessory category. “Another milestone in this evolving success story,” considers Jos Raats, Kohler Global Marine Managing Director. Gathering a dozen distributors and dealers on the stand, Kohler Marine’s presence at the show emphasized the strength and commitment
of its international sales network.
Preventing Power Outages - Convenience Store Decisions
Power outages and natural disasters can occur at any time, resulting in disrupted business, spoiled food and much worse. For many c-store owners, having a game plan to keep operations up and running should the unexpected occur has helped them turn an unfortunate situation into an opportunity.
New 30REOZK Diesel Industrial Emergency Standby Model
Kohler is pleased to announce the release of the new 30REOZK industrial emergency standby generator set. This new model meets the EPA & CARB Emissions levels required for stationary non-emergency applications and
is powered by a Kohler KDI engine.
The 30REOZK model design is similar to the 15 & 20REOZK models which were previously released. The 30REOZK model is replacing the 30REOZJC John Deere powered generator set which has already been discontinued.
According to Dunn & Bradstreet, 59 percent of Fortune 500 companies experience a minimum of 1.6 hours of downtime per week. Assuming an average staff of 10,000 employees who are paid an average of $56 per hour (including benefits), the downtime loss in labor alone for a Fortune 500 firm would ring up at $896,000 per week — or more than $46 million annually.