Kara-Matt: Repower After Big Hours

After 60,000 hours of service, crab fisherman Robert Ross decided that his 19-liter Cummins 1150M had earned a rest. The 500 HP engine had been a perfect match for his 72 by 26-foot aluminum boat so he ordered up a new Cummins KTA19-M3 at 500 HP, continuous duty, from his local supplier Cummins Sales and Service in Fredericton, New Brunswick, in eastern Canada.

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Preserving the natural environment is a responsibility railroads are taking seriously. Although all rail industries are pushing for this, freight has less pressure to push for cleaner, which is why it is extremely noteworthy that Cummins Rail and R.J. Corman Railpower partnered in creating a locomotive that meets Tier 4 Final emission standards.  Cummins Rail Segment stands on the company’s promise that everything they do will lead to a cleaner, healthier, safer environment. Together, R. J.
Cummins Vessel Reference #861 Iguazú Jungle is a company providing tourist excursions on Argentina’s Iguazú River. In total, the fleet transports approximately 1,200 passengers daily up through the river’s powerful currents to the foot of the Iguazú Falls in the National Park.
In February of 2018, a coal mine in Northwest Colorado purchased a Liebherr R 9400 excavator for use at its mining operation. The coal that is unearthed at this site is delivered directly to an adjoining 885 megawatt, coal-fired power station. Mine sites in extreme environments require dependable engines to power their mining applications, which is why this mine called on Cummins to power their Liebherr R 9400 excavator.
In some of the most extreme environments on the planet, mining operations are constantly moving without a break. No matter what, the operation must keep moving every hour of every day. In the mining world, downtime due to any single piece of equipment can result in the loss of tens of thousands of dollars. There are two keys to a successful mine site operation; equipment availability and productivity. To achieve optimal performance in both categories, miners need partners that work just as hard as they do.
Powering Hardi’s self-propelled sprayer range, the B4.5, B6.7 and L9 Performance Series engines bring more machine capability, increased fuel efficiency, more productivity and lower total cost of ownership to Hardi sprayer operators, while the simpler architechture and EGR-free design gives Hardi packaging flexibility.
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