tier 4 engines

Joe Mastanduno, rental account manager for John Deere Construction & Forestry, discusses the upcoming opportunities for Tier 4 engines. These engine will be included in the majority of lifting equipment, including cranes, aerial lifts, and rough-terrain forklifts. The presentation was made during the 2012 SAF-T Conference webinar series. For more videos from this series, visit www.saf-tconference.com.


Learn Ash Removal Intervals for John Deere PowerTech Engines

Date: 18-05-2012 / Author: kparrish

John Deere PowerTech Interim Tier 4 engines at or above 175 hp (130 kW) can go up to 15,000 hours between Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) ash removals, which means less downtime and more efficiency on the job. But when it comes time to remove ash, what does that entail, and how you will know when service is required?

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Mike Larson

The early-April announcements that Genie, JLG, and SkySiren will exhibit crush-avoidance systems for aerial work platforms at Intermat, coupled with this month’s Safety Talk column on anti-crushing devices by Maximum Capacity Media President Guy Ramsey lifted the t

What’s New in Tier 4 Engines?

Date: 30-04-2012 / Author: kparrish

In January 2012, the latest step in the Environmental Protection Agency’s comprehensive national program of lowering nonroad diesel emissions kicked in when Tier 4 Interim regulations took effect for engines with horsepower ratings from 75-174 horsepower.

The Tier 4 Interim level of clean-air regulation requires diesel engines to cut the particulate matter (PM) they emit by 90 percent, compared to the Tier 3 level they had been at before. It also requires diesels to emit about 50 percent less oxides of nitrogen (NOx) than before.