Engines are drastically changing. We’ve been talking about it for years now — EPA regulations and how manufactures are innovating newer, cleaner-burning power plants for construction machinery. When it comes to compact power plants, Perkins Engines is a major force in the small diesel engine industry (one of our personal favorites). When we want to key into market trends, industry insights or technology progressions, we often ask Perkins marketing manager Allister Dennis; he even occasionally writes an article for Compact Equipment magazine (check out his January engine article here). After that, enjoy this video of Dennis and Jo Price on the main floor of CONEXPO-CON/AGG, offering his thoughts on the Perkins Tier 4 range, the product benefits, what this means for end-users and what the future holds for engine development.
March 25, 2011
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