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.
Perth-based Pumps Australia attributes its unprecedented growth to the performance of the Yanmar L Series diesel engine from Power Equipment - Yanmar . Pumps Australia’s successful high pressure cleaners are powered by the Yanmar L Series diesel engines.
Adairsville, GA, February 25, 2015 --(PR.com)-- YANMAR recently highlighted its innovations in diesel technology over the company’s 100-plus year history on a 30 minute segment of Corporate Review hosted by Jackie Bales. Airing on Sunday, March 1 at 11:30. . .
With the number of professional farmers and agricultural collectives in Japan and across the globe steadily increasing, there is a greater demand for agricultural machinery that is highly efficient, highly functional and low cost. Considering this trend, . . .
Yanmar has a new series of small marine diesel engines which it says will set a new benchmark in propulsion technology by bringing the benefits of common-rail fuel injection technology to units of below 110mhp.
Yanmar America has unveiled its new EPA Tier III-compliant marine diesel engine – the first for commercial marine use to comply with emissions regulations. Yanmar says it offers a number of key features for commercial vessel operators, including low fu. . .