Diesel engine emissions

Diesel engine, like other internal combustion engines, converts chemical energy contained in the fuel into mechanical power. Diesel fuel is a mixture of hydrocarbons which—during an ideal combustion process—would produce only carbon dioxide (CO2) and water vapor (H2O). Indeed, diesel exhaust gases are primarily composed of CO2, H2O and the unused portion of engine charge air. The concentrations depend on the engine load, with the content of CO2 and H2O increasing and that of O2… more

History of Deere & Company

One of the five oldest companies in the United States, Deere & Company is the world’s largest manufacturer of agricultural equipment and a major U.S. producer of construction, forestry, and lawn and grounds care equipment. The company has factories throughout the world and distributes its products in more than 160 countries through independent retail dealers–nearly 5,000 worldwide. It is also active in financial services–retail and lease financing and insurance–and provides health care benefit management services… more

Electric Construction Equipment – Heavy Machinery

The current electrification projects from ecovolta and Avesco display the potential. The first converted machines are wheel loaders, hydraulic and mini excavators. The crucial question for customers is: Does such a machine fit the requirements of my company and my area of application? The electric drive is gaining importance in construction machines. In the ongoing projects of Avesco and ecovolta, six construction machines are being converted from diesel to electric. The division of the technology… more

Top 10 construction machinery manufacturers

The global construction machinery market has long been ruled by several world’s largest construction machinery manufacturers over the decades. These reputable heavy-duty machinery and construction equipment suppliers are offering different construction machineries that are used for various purposes during construction projects. Led by the world’s largest construction machinery companies like Caterpillar of the United States and Hitachi and Komatsu of Japan, these top 10 largest construction machinery manufacturers in the world are expected to continue… more