Kohler's renowned durability, reliability, and fuel efficiency continues to be a leading choice for construction pros worldwide. A diverse array of equipment powered by Kohler engines were showcased at ConExpo-Con/AGG 2017. New equipment from leading manufacturers to be highlighted within Kohler's booth includes: a vertical lift-track loader from Wacker Neuson; a mini skid steer from Vermeer; a maximum duty vehicle (MDV) from Excel Hustler; a pressure washer from Simpson; and a concrete saw from Husqvarna. ConExpo-con/AGG attendees are encouraged to visit the Kohler outdoor booth (B-7414) to view the new equipment and learn more about the company's full range of gasoline, diesel and gaseous-fueled engines, which are ideal for a wide variety of applications in the construction, lawn and garden, commercial, industrial and agricultural markets.
“We're proud to highlight a select group of Kohler-powered equipment at this year's ConExpo-Con/AGG,” said Mark Johansen, director of marketing for Kohler Engines. “From the 14 hp. Command PRO gas engine in the new Simpson pressure washer, to the 74 hp. KDI diesel unit powering the new Wacker Neuson loader, we've got the construction industry covered. Leading equipment manufacturers continue to respond positively to our integration flexibility as well as the overall performance and reliability that Kohler delivers to construction pros at demanding jobsites all around the world.”
In addition to the Kohler-powered equipment being highlighted in the company's booth, numerous other newly-launched models were displayed throughout ConExpo-Con/AGG 2017. Kohler is the exclusive engine supplier for the new EnPak A28GBW work-truck power solution from Miller Electric as well as for the new SCM 400 self-propelled sweeper from Smith Challenger.
The Kohler Command PRO V-Twin engine being utilized in Miller's new work-truck power solution provides industry leading starting power with Kohler's exclusive E-Choke technology. The engine ensures the EnPak A28 starts easily in any weather and is powerful enough to simultaneously run the air compressor with any other feature. The Tier 4 Final KDI diesel engine utilized in the new Smith Challenger sweeper achieves clean combustion, optimized fuel consumption and enhanced power without the use of a diesel particulate filter (DPF), which helps to maximize equipment uptime and overall productivity.
For more information, visit www.KohlerPower.com.