KOHLER Launches New Command PRO Low-Emission, EFI Propane Engine

As the demand for fuel-efficient, low-emission engines continues to grow, KOHLER recently announced the launch of the Command PRO EFI propane engine (Model PCV680LE). An addition to the company’s strong EFI lineup, the PCV680LE twin-cylinder, vertical-shaft engine significantly lowers exhaust emissions due to an integrated catalyst and optimized fueling.

“Low-emission technology is important for the environment, as well as users, and our goal is to ensure that alternative-fuel engines perform as well or better than gasoline- or diesel-fueled products,” said Quinn Derby, marketing manager-gasoline engines. “We are continuously refining our products and developing new ones, as a way to continue to reduce emissions without sacrificing performance.”

An alternative to gasoline- and diesel-fueled engines, the PCV680LE 22-hp model is a cleaner-burning, more fuel-efficient alternative for commercial equipment. It saves significantly on fuel with less downtime for refueling. KOHLER EFI low-emission propane engines produce over 80 percent fewer exhaust emissions. KOHLER closed-loop EFI technology allows the PCV680LE to optimize performance by automatically adapting to operating conditions.

EFI engines also offer automotive-like turnkey starting and the elimination of carburetors and their associated maintenance. Like all Command PRO engines, the PCV680LE feature’s KOHLER’s three-year commercial warranty.

Kohler has manufactured engines for 100 years and has continually enhanced its product lineup in an effort to help make life easier and more profitable for end-users around the globe. The company offers a full array of gasoline, diesel and gaseous-fueled engines — up to 134 hp. — which are supplied to equipment manufacturers worldwide in the lawn and garden, commercial and industrial, agricultural and construction markets.

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