Yanmar, celebrating its 100th year in 2012, is credited for developing the world’s first commercially viable small diesel engine in 1933. Today the Yanmar diesel engine remains the core business and key tool in the rationalization and modernization of agriculture, fishing and industry. Yanmar brings the world ever more energy-efficient and economic engines and implements through a constant process of development and market expansion. Yanmar strives to promote the quality of life by providing the machines that use energy with the utmost efficiency in value. Yanmar manufactures diesel engines for industrial, generator and pump as well as marine applications. Yanmar also manufactures its own construction equipment and utility tractors serving agriculture and other applications.Visit http://us.yanmar.com.
Complying with the latest and even stricter Tier 4 emission levels for non-road diesel engines under 56 kW, Yanmar had its new water-cooled diesel engines on show at bauma 2013 (April 15 to 21) in Munich on stand A4.415/514. The CARB-certified diesel engi. . .
As the world's largest construction equipment exposition - bauma 2013 - gets underway this week in Munich, the most advanced innovations and achievements of clean diesel power for construction and mining equipment will be at the forefront. "Constructio. . .
We are pleased to present the 2012 Annual Report in an interactive format that includes embedded video and active links. We invite you to take a few moments to read and reflect about the work of the Diesel Technology Forum in 2012.
The latest generation of cleaner, more efficient diesel agricultural machinery will be showcased at the 46th World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif., this week, according to Allen Schaeffer, executive director of the Diesel Technology Forum. More than 1,400 exhib. . .
The Company that developed the world's first commercially viable small diesel engine more than 75 years ago – Yanmar Co. Ltd. - is the newest member of the Diesel Technology Forum (DTF). "Yanmar's impressive advances in new, emerging technologies, all . . .