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Product Snapshot: Tier 4 Engines and Heated Jackets

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Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has announced a production schedule for the model D03CJ, D04CJ and D04EG diesel engines. The engines range from 25 hp to 99 hp and are compliant with EPA interim Tier 4 regulations. The D03CJ and D04CJ uses a diesel particulate filter. The D04EG employs an exhaust gas recirculation system. The engines also boast improved fuel economy over the Tier 3 engines they replace. Tier 4 final versions are expected to be available in 2013. Mitsubishi Engine North America; 630-268-0750; www.mitsubishi-engine.com
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This week we look at Mitsubishi’s upcoming Tier 4 Final diesel engines and a heated jacket from Milwaukee Electric Tool that is compatible with it’s line of power tool batteries. Click to begin the slide show.

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