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Kubota receives certification approval

Nov. 9, 2012 – With increasing awareness towards the conservation of the global environment, Kubota says it places a top priority on ensuring environmental compatibility as well as reducing environmental impact.


November 6, 2012
By Kubota

Nov. 9, 2012 – With increasing awareness towards the conservation of the global environment, Kubota says it places a top priority on ensuring environmental compatibility as well as reducing environmental impact.

The next emissions standards for non-road diesel engines with an output range below 56 kW will come into enforcement in 2013 in North America, Europe and Japan. In order to assure product readiness from the beginning of the new standards, Kubota has initiated the certification application process from early 2012.

After receiving the first approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on May 7,  Kubota has announced it has received certification approval from EPA, the California Air Resources Board and European Union regulatory authorities on all engine series with an output range below 56 kW.

With this achievement as well as previously obtained emission certification for engines between 56 kW and 130 kW, Kubota says it is now ready to introduce a full line of Kubota compact diesel engines which meet EPA/CARB Tier 4 and EU Stage IIIB standards.

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