Original equipment manufacturers (OEM) require engines that meet strict specifications for their application. With the final Tier 4 regulations now in effect, OEMs have some key considerations to examine before purchasing a new engine.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) created the Tier 4 regulations to cut down on harmful pollutants, specifically the byproducts known to create smog, but the new regulations have been causing problems for diesel engine owners. Common problems for owners include uncertainty as to whether the new standards apply to their application, if the new OEM engine will fit and adapt to existing space constraints and a more complex buying process often involving customization.
Finding the appropriate OEM engine for your specific application is critical for success
There are many things to consider before deciding on an OEM engine to purchase. Space restrictions, application specifications and cost need to be examined to determine which ideal plug-and-play Tier 4 engine or customizable solution is best suited. OEMs should work with an engine distributor to determine all aspects of the intended application that may affect the design and performance of an OEM engine.
This guide details how working with an engine distributor can help OEMs purchase customized engines designed to work seamlessly with any application. This level of customization helps reduce cost and ensure the right engine for the right application all while meeting Tier 4 regulations.
In this guide, OEMs will learn about:
- Tier 4 regulations
- Considerations to examine
- What it’s like to work with an engine distributor
- Examples of customized engines for applications
Our engineers will find a solution that works for your business. They will work with you to address common final Tier 4 engine problems including finding the right product, making it work with your existing processes and making sure you’re aware of any changes resulting from the adjustment to new machinery.