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Kubota obtains U.S EPA 2008 Interim Tier 4 emission regulation certification

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article image Kubota Excavator Interim T4 and Product Manager Blair Hossel

Kubota , a manufacturer of diesel engine up to 100hp, has achieved a milestone in technological advancement by obtaining U.S EPA 2008 Interim Tier 4 emission regulation certification in October 2007.

All Kubota excavators are now interim T4 compliant. T4 is a standard set by the Environment protection Agency (EPA) to ensure the minimal amount of exhaust emissions is achieved.

As the world is demanding stricter environmental protection, it is logical for manufacturer’s to follow this trend.

Investing heavily into research and development Kubota is determined to ensure that they remain world market leaders in emission control. Kubota engine product environmental management section in Osaka Japan will continue to advance their diesel engine range well into the future through ongoing product development.

Kubota engineers will continue to source emission data from around the world to ensure Kubota engines are of high quality and adaptability to meet emission standards well into the future.

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