CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 -
March 4-8, 2014 -
Las Vegas, NV
Many manufacturers used the 2014 CONEXPO-CON/AGG conference to introduce their machines which are now able to meet the incredibly challenging fourth-generation Tier 4 engine emissions standards, which are near zero levels when fully implemented. They are doing so while providing their customers with greater energy efficiency and productivity. In today’s economy, this combination is vitally important to contractors, farmers, industrial engine users, mining companies and aggregate suppliers.
Tier 4 Clean Diesel Technology at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014
The new clean diesel technologies, known as the Tier 4 final standards, have near zero emissions and are the cleanest diesel engines ever produced. Meeting these standards is made possible by the clean diesel system which combines ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel, advanced clean burning diesel engines, and emissions control and exhaust aftertreatment systems as an integrated system.
We talked to the leaders of clean diesel technology on the show floor to discuss this new generation of technology, got their perspectives on Tier 4 technology and what all of these changes ultimately mean to their customers as far as fuel efficiency and innovation.
Isuzu Motors of America
LAS VEGAS - The environmental and health benefits resulting from the Environmental Protection Agency's new Tier 4 Final standards have been one of the major focuses of attention at North America's largest construction and farm equipment event – the CONEXP. . .
LAS VEGAS - The most advanced and efficient clean diesel equipment and technology for construction, industrial and farm use is being unveiled to the public for the first time at the international CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 convention. More than 120,000 visit. . .
A growing market for diesel cars, trucks, engines, equipment and fuels is critical to your company's success. A positive media environment and favorable public opinion can reinforce the value of a technology and enable winning public policies. Companies join the Forum because they want to aggressively promote diesel engines, fuels and technology as valuable product and technology solutions for addressing key national priorities.