Georgia Crane Rentals and Sales Announce New Manager

November 5, 2010 at 4:41 PMRing Power

Ring Power Crane hires Ron Pry, 25 year crane industry veteran, as regional sales manager for Georgia. Georgia Crane Rental Salesman Ron Pry

Ring Power Crane is pleased to announce the appointment of Ron Pry, of Warner Robins, Georgia, as the new Georgia Branch Sales Manager.

Pry brings over 25 years of experience to Ring Power Crane, enhancing their already strong presence in the southeast. His experience includes work as a certified crane operator, an estimator, a purchasing agent, a salesman and a hands-on owner/ manager in the lifting, rigging, fabrication and erection industries. In the past he has worked with Welding Specialty, Specialty Crane and Georgia Crane Sales. His most recent responsibilities as head of Georgia Crane Sales included buying and selling used cranes domestically and internationally. Pry is quite familiar with the needs of the Georgia crane customer and his sales coverage will encompass the entire state. Pry will be based in Ring Power Crane’s branch office in Union City, Georgia southwest of Atlanta. He will handle crane sales, rentals, parts and service for the entire lines of Grove and Manitowoc Cranes, Tadano and Manitex Boom Trucks and Broderson Industrial Cranes. The Ring Power Crane Georgia sales team welcomes Pry’s extensive experience and looks forward to continued success.

The Georgia Ring Power Crane office is located at 5397 Jonesboro Road, Union City, Georgia 30291.

Headquartered in St. Augustine, Florida, Ring Power Crane is a division of Ring Power Corporation offering crane sales and crane rentals of new and used cranes with locations in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. Ring Power Crane is a full service dealer for new and used boom trucks, rough and all terrain cranes, truck cranes, crawler cranes, pickers, tower cranes, superstackers and lattice boom cranes by leading manufacturers Grove Crane, Manitowoc Crane, National Boom Truck, Tadano Boom Truck, Manitex Boom Truck, Broderson Industrial Cranes and PTC Driving Equipment.

 

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Retrofit Emission Solutions for Buses, Semi-Trucks and Heavy-duty Diesel Trucks Now Available

November 4, 2010 at 9:10 AMRing Power
Donaldson helps semi-truck owners and users to meet critical emissions with filter-based solutions, DOC mufflers and crankcase filtration.

Look to Donaldson for high-efficiency filter-based solutions, diesel oxidation catalyst mufflers and crankcase filtration.retrofit emission muffler kits

In addition to other diesel truck parts, Ring Power is now the Donaldson Certified Emission Dealer for Florida. Ring Power sells and services all semi-truck, buses, and heavy-duty on-highway diesel engine emissions and environmental needs. Donaldson’s full-line of products is available, from something as simple as a DOC (diesel oxidation catalyst) which simply replaces a standard muffler to a full-blown DPF (diesel particulate filter) system.

Diesel engines are a reliable and efficient power source for vehicle and equipment manufacturers and, depending on the age of the engine, emit harmful emissions into the air. Governmental regulations across the globe are driving diesel engine users to consider buying new vehicles or retrofitting their existing engines to meet the new requirements. Donaldson takes a patented “total system approach” to retrofit – delivering solutions that reduce not just what comes out of your tailpipe, but offers a solution to eliminate emissions generated from the crankcase. We have CARB and U.S. EPA-verified solutions and an installation service network ready to help you select the best solution for your fleet.

Ring Power provides the following Donaldson filtration solutions:
» DOC's which reduce particulate matter by as much as 20-25%.
» Spiracle crankcase filtration systems eliminate harmful and unwanted crankcase emissions and allow crankcase to be closed without degrading performance which when combined with DOC's increase the reduction of particulate matter.
» SEF Muffler System (semi-active electric filter) which is a CARB level 3  DPF device.
» LNF and LXF DPF muffler systems is a CARB level 3 device using passive technology. This provides the highest amount of PM reduction available today at >90%. Passive DPF's are sensitive to exhaust temperature and minimums must be met to ensure consistent and reliable DPF regeneration.
» Complete emission retrofit kits, including installation hardware, are available.

See some of the Donaldson retrofit emmission solutions by clicking the PDF below
Donaldson Retrofit Emission Solutions.pdf

Ring Power is also your source for DPF filter cleaning. Give us a call to see how we can clean your DPF filter. You'll definitely be glad you did!

Ring Power’s Truck Service Centers are full service centers for buses, semi-trucks, tractor trailers and heavy duty diesel trucks. We are located throughout north and central Florida in St. Augustine, Tallahassee, Perry, Lake City, Lakeland, Jacksonville, Gainesville, Ocala, Daytona Beach, Brooksville, Orlando, Tampa, and Palm Bay.

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What Is Diesel Exhaust Fluid and Is It Safe for Farm Tractors?

October 28, 2010 at 8:48 AMRing Power
describes what diesel exhaust fluid is and its safety aspects.

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), also knows as AdBlue, is a non-hazardous, high-purity, colorless solution containing 32.5% automotive grade urea. The rest is de-ionized water. diesel exhaust fluidThe automotive grade urea is made up of ammonia and carbon dioxide just like other urea products. The difference is that DEF has all impurities removed that could interfere with AGCO and Challenger’s e3™ System. DEF is available at all Ring Power locations selling e3-equipped products, many truck stops (such as Pilot, Travel America, Flying J, and Loves), and truck dealerships. The list of available outlets is growing daily.
Urea has many uses. It’s used as an artificial fertilizer and is found in cosmetics and other products. It’s manufactured to ISO and SAE standards. Facilities that comply with these standards are inspected and certified by the American Petroleum Institute to ensure the highest quality product.
DEF is non-toxic, non-hazardous, and requires no special permits or licenses. Tier 3 e3 agricultural tractors will use up to 3% of DEF as compared to diesel fuel consumption. Even with a small 8-gallon tank, that is roughly one DEF for two fuel fills.

Manufactured to ISO Standards
    – 67.5% Automotive Grade Urea
    – 32.5% De-ionized Water
Non-Toxic and Non-Hazardous
Only Slightly Corrosive
Consumption Rate
    – 3% of Diesel Use
    – Roughly 1 Tank per 2 Diesel Tanks

Ring Power' Agricultural Division sells and leases new and used Challenger Agricultural and Farm Tractors throughout Florida and the Southeast, with service and repair facilities located in Perry, Tallahassee, Lake City, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Ocala, St. Augustine and Tampa. Ring Power also supplies a range of farm implements and attachments from Sunflower disc harrows, field cultivars and grain drills, SprayCoupe sprayers, RoGator ag sprayers, TerraGator, Diamond Boom Mowers, and Land Pride grooming mowers.

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Ring Power’s Cat Rental Store Adds Cat’s® New Compact Track Loader to Rental Fleet

October 25, 2010 at 3:47 PMRing Power

Vertical-Lift 259B Series 3—with Fully Suspended Undercarriage—Is Powerful, Agile Addition to the Cat® Compact Track Loader Range 259B3 Compact Track Loader

The new 259B3 is a high-performance, highly maneuverable addition to the Cat Compact Track Loader (CTL) range. By combining its small-frame CTL platform with the Cat C3.4T DIT engine, high breakout forces and strong auxiliary hydraulic performance, Caterpillar designed the 259B3 as a "power dense" machine capable of taking on the toughest jobs in confined spaces. With premium features such as an independent, fully suspended steel undercarriage, aggressive steel embedded rubber tracks, powerful hydraulics and refined operator's station, the 259B3 completes the CTL line by providing a durable, versatile machine that works productively in poor soils and harsh environments.

Rated at 71 net horsepower (53 KW) the 259B3 is powered by the C3.4T DIT engine, which complies with U.S. EPA Tier-4 Interim and E.U. Stage-3A emissions regulations. This proven engine delivers ample speed and torque in difficult applications, and combined with the Cat anti-stall system, the 259B3 can operate at part-throttle, reducing fuel consumption and lowering sound levels.

At 35 percent tipping load, rated operating capacity for the 259B3 is 2,065 pounds (937 kg), and 2,950 pounds (1 338 kg) at 50 percent tipping load, increasing to 3,000 pounds (1 360 kg) with the optional counterweight. Vertical-lift loader linkage gives the new CTL 120 inches (3 046 mm) of lift height, in combination with excellent reach, for easy truck loading and precise material placement.

Durable, easy-riding undercarriage

The 259B3 is the only machine in its class with a standard, independent, fully suspended undercarriage. Designed and manufactured by Caterpillar, the undercarriage uses four heavy-duty torsion axles (concentric tubular members buffered by an elastomeric material). These extremely durable axles move independently to isolate the machine chassis from the undercarriage and absorb much of the shock from rough-terrain operation. The customer realizes the benefits of suspension in the form of smooth travel, even at high speed, excellent load retention, increased productivity, as well as extended machine and undercarriage component life.

High-performance hydraulics

Hydraulic pumps for the 259B3's implement system (boom and bucket) and auxiliary system (for powering work tools) are driven directly from the engine, eliminating intermediate drive belts to assure maximum efficiency, performance and reliability. The robust auxiliary system supplies oil flow up to 22 gpm (83 L/min) at pressures to 3,335 psi (23 000 kPa)—generating a calculated hydraulic-horsepower rating of 42.8 (31.9 kW).

Operator comfort, convenience and safety

Designed for optimal comfort, convenience and safety, the 259B3's spacious operator's compartment features low-effort, pilot-control joysticks—the right controlling lift and tilt functions, and the left, direction and speed. Joysticks provide the convenience of one-touch control of continuous or intermittent auxiliary flow. With both hand and foot throttles as standard equipment, the 259B3 can be set for constant-speed operation (trenching or milling, for instance), or speed can be varied (truck loading and load-and-carry). An anti-stall system is designed to prevent engine stalling, even at part-throttle, by constantly balancing speed and torque demands.

Basic Specifications

Net Power Rating: hp (kW)

71 (53)

Operating Weight: lb (kg)*

8,934 (4 052)

Rated Operating Capacity: lb (kg)**

2,950 (1 338)

Speed: mph (km/h)

5.9/8.5 (9.5/13.6)

Auxiliary Hyd. Flow: gpm (L/min)

22 (83)

Main Relief Pressure: psi (kPa)

3,335 (23 000)

* with 12.6 in (320 mm) tracks
** rated at 50% tipping load

For more information about the 259B3 machines or to speak with a Ring Power Cat Rental Store representative, click the button below.

Ring Power’s The CAT Rental Store offers daily, weekly and monthly rentals of construction, agricultural, earth moving, utility, forestry, material handling and aerial equipment. The CAT Rental Store is headquartered in St. Augustine, Florida with branch locations in Brooksville, Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, Lake City, Lakeland, Ocala, Orlando, Palm Bay, Sarasota, Tallahassee, Tampa, Tarpon Springs. Request More Info

 

Commitment to Semi-Truck and Tractor Trailer Customers Reinforced with Addition of Diesel Truck Industry Veteran

October 13, 2010 at 4:12 PMRing Power

Ring Power announces Marty Singletary to Tampa's Heavy Truck Parts and Service Team. Trucking Industry Expert Marty Singletary

Another addition to Ring Power’s Truck Parts and Service division has been made at the Tampa area branch. Full-line, bumper to bumper expert Marty Singletary joins the semi-truck and tractor trailer Parts team in Riverview, Florida. Singletary has worked in the trucking industry for 30 years, including 16 years with International Truck & Engine Corp., eight years with Kenworth Truck Co. and six years with Freightliner. Singletary’s varied experience with multiple diesel truck lines will prove invaluable to Ring Power’s customers.

Ring Power’s Truck Parts and Service Development Manager Scott Miller explains, "Marty is a welcome addition to our team. His background and parts knowledge helps our team not only in the Tampa market, but will assist our 14 other branches around Florida as we all continue to evolve and become semi-truck and trailer parts experts." Singletary’s new position fortifies Ring Power’s commitment to becoming the number one source for all makes and models of heavy truck parts and service needs in North and Central Florida.

"Ring Power is known throughout our territory for being the best at what we do. We joined the Vipar parts network for that very reason. Vipar members are considered to be the best truck parts distribution companies in North America. Ring Power is in this [truck industry] for the long haul and wants to be of service to customers with all makes and models of trucks – Volvo, Peterbilt, Mack, Cummins, Detroit Diesel, Fuller, Eaton, Allison, Sterling, etc.," Miller continued. Singletary will inevitably play an instrumental roll in this endeavor.

In addition to carrying parts for all makes and models of on-highway semi-trucks through Vipar, Ring Power also provides truck engine overhauls and other major component rebuilds. Ring Powers' Full Service Truck Repair facilities provides service, repairs and maintenance on all makes and models of trucks and engines including, but not limited to, the following truck components: air compressors, air conditioning and heating components, alternators and starters, axles, batteries, brakes, clutches, drivelines, electrical instruments and controls, engine cooling and radiators, exhaust, fuel systems, steering components, suspension, throttle controls, transmission, windshield, wipers and wiring. Truck Parts and Service has fifteen locations statewide to serve you: St. Augustine, Tallahassee, Perry, Lake City, Jacksonville, Gainesville, Ocala, Daytona Beach, Brooksville, Orlando, Tarpon Springs, Tampa, Lakeland, Palm Bay and Sarasota. For more information, please visit http://ringpower.com/TPS.

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Generator Power Projects throughout Florida Can Rely on Technical Support from RPC

October 7, 2010 at 3:24 PMRing Power

Electric Power Business Development Manager Rod BriggsNew hire forges relationships with Florida’s electrical and mechanical engineering communities.

Ring Power Corporation is pleased to announce the addition of Rod Briggs to the company’s Power Systems division. As Electric Power Business Development Manager, Briggs’ primary mission is to assist the mechanical and electrical engineering community and the Ring Power Systems sales team in designing and developing specifications for electric power generation, stand-by power and prime stand-by power projects.

Briggs’ Electric Power Business Development Manager position was envisioned to add a new dimension to the process of technical support guaranteed by Ring Power Systems and Caterpillar electric power products. Briggs will provide intensive assistance to the Consulting Engineering Community and the Ring Power sales team in the very early stages of electrical product development. Briggs will contribute to projects beginning with the idea/ concept phase then providing technical information, budget pricing and support all the way through installation and commissioning. Briggs will provide a one-stop-shop for information on everything from UPS systems, stand-by power, bi-fuel, load management, EPA Tier 4 Emissions regulations, utility interfacing, peak shaving and more. Briggs will develop relationships between key Consulting Engineers and Ring Power salesmen providing a relaxed, convenient, highly competent source of technical data, business case analysis and experience in helping form direction and specifications for any electric power systems project. Briggs’ highly specialized electric power niche is an effort unmatched by the competition in north and central Florida.

Briggs worked for Caterpillar, Inc. in Peoria, Ill. for more than 35 years, where the majority of his career focused on Caterpillar generators. In addition to a Bachelor of Science degree from Western Illinois University in Macomb, Ill., Briggs holds a Master of Business Administration from Bradley University in Peoria.

Ring Power Vice President and New Engine Business Development Manager Keith Moore looks forward to Briggs’ contributions to Power Systems business. "Today more than ever it is critical that Ring Power stay in front of the engineering community and provide the necessary technical and supporting information to specify Caterpillar electric products," he explains. "Rod brings a wealth of Caterpillar experience and will be a valuable asset to the Florida engineering community in the design of Caterpillar mission critical systems."

"This Electric Power Business Development Manager Position is just one more step in assuring that Ring Power is viewed in the market place as ‘the best and most credible source for electric power projects’", Briggs explains. "Information, technical guidance, business analysis, products, and support after installation are all included." Ring Power Systems looks forward to Briggs’ expertise in assisting Florida’s engineers throughout the entire electric power application process.

Headquartered in St Augustine, Florida with branch locations in Brooksville, Daytona Beach, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Lake City, Ocala, Orlando, Palm Bay, Tallahassee and Tampa. Ring Power Systems provides new and used marine and industrial engines, diesel generator sets, air compressors, temperature control and other power equipment.

 

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Ring Power Announces New Product Support Sales Representative for Truck Parts and Service Division

September 27, 2010 at 3:45 PMRing Power

Ring Power Systems’ Truck Parts and Service Division Welcomes New Product Support Sales Representative Mitch Dansby  

In an effort to continue growing parts and service support for on-highway truck customers, Ring Power’s Truck Parts and Service (TPS) division has added another Product Support Sales Representative to their team. Working from Ring Power’s Daytona Beach location, Mitch Dansby will now cover all of Flagler and Volusia counties. Mitch Dansby PSD TPS PSSR

Born and raised in Volusia County, Dansby has lived in the Daytona area all of his life. Prior to coming to work for Ring Power, Mitch Dansby worked as a heavy truck technician with several different fleets. He joined the Ring Power team in 1991 and is very familiar with the market and what the TPS customers need.

Sales Manager for On-Highway Truck Sales and Product TPS PSSR TerritoriesSupport, Scott Miller explains, "Recently we had a major competitor pull out of the Daytona market. Now more than ever we need to capitalize on that by focusing on how we can better service the truck customers in that market. By having Mitch call on those customers and focus on the Daytona market full-time, we really feel we can grow Ring Power’s marketshare and take better care of these customers. We see this as a win for both the Truck Parts and Service customer and Ring Power." 

If you would like to get in touch with your new Truck Parts and Service Product Support Sales Rep, your can email mitch.dansby@ringpower.com or call 386.937.3611.

Ring Powers' Full Service Truck Repair facilities can provide service, repairs, or maintenance on all makes and models of trucks and engines. Truck Parts and Service provides parts and service repair for all of (but not limited to) the following truck components: air compressors, air conditioning and heating components, alternators and starters, axles, batteries, clutches, drivelines, electrical instruments and controls, engine cooling and radiators, exhaust, fuel systems, steering components, suspension, throttle controls, transmission, windshield, wipers and wiring. Truck Parts and Service has fifteen locations statewide to serve you: St. Augustine, Tallahassee, Perry, Lake City, Jacksonville, Gainesville, Ocala, Daytona Beach, Brooksville, Orlando, Tarpon Springs, Tampa, Lakeland, Palm Bay and Sarasota. For more information, please visit http://ringpower.com/RPC_Serv_TruckEngines.aspx.

Improving Warehouse Design and Efficiency

September 22, 2010 at 2:27 PMRing Power
Improve warehouse design and efficiency, beyond forklifts.

When we speak of “Warehouse Systems Consulting” or “Turnkey Design” we are addressing the umbrella of warehouse design. Everything comes from a warehouse of some sort. Receiving, storing, production, packaging to shipping, all products we touch every day start at a warehouse. Too many clients believe they can go it alone, drop some rack into a space with a forklift and crank it up. Most do not consider product flow, work in process (WIP), and the design of their system.

Warehouse Designwarehouse forklift
Some companies in the material handling industry manage to get products or services out the door with some profit. Many are so busy running the myriad of details a business requires, that they do not see the gaps in their efficiency. This is where a design consultant can step in, interview employees, collect necessary data and provide impactful changes affecting the bottom line. For many companies, this could equate to a double-digit benefit to the bottom line.

Design Strategies
One key to effective design is the relative dominance of picking or storage activity. These two warehouse functions have opposing requirements.

Techniques that maximize space utilization tend to complicate picking and render it inefficient, while large storage areas increase distance and reduce picking efficiency. Ideal picking requires small stocks in dedicated, close locations. This works against storage efficiency.

Automation of picking, storage, handling and information can somewhat compensate for these opposing requirements. However, automation is expensive to install and operate.

The most difficult thing to absorb is the knowledge of how your pallets flow and why they move like they do. Ask yourself: 

Does your product move units in and out (the simplest). Or are they unit in – case or per piece out?

How many turns per month, per quarter or per year?

Are you special labeling or tagging product?

Are there any temperature requirements for your goods?

Has your information technology (IT) department ever run a velocity report?


As you see there are many questions to answer and necessary information to collect in order to begin designing an efficient and productive warehouse.

The one thing to remember when designing your warehouse is to select a vendor that can supply you with a turnkey system. Select a business partner that has many years of system designs and consulting work. Make sure they have the experience to offer good solutions out of the gate.

Maximize Your Current Setup
To receive a consultation or to discuss ways to improve your warehouse productivity and efficiency, contact one of our Regional System Consultants.

Contact one of our warehouse forklift specialists with any questions or recommendations for warehouse design and efficiency improvements.

Ring Power Lift Trucks  is the forklift division of Ring Power Corporation, headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida. Additional offices service Pompano Beach, Miami, Daytona Beach, Orlando, Tampa, Ocala, Sarasota and Tallahassee. Ring Power Lift Truck represents: Cat® Lift Trucks, Mitsubishi Forklifts, Clark forklifts, Linde forklifts, Kalmar Industrial Forklifts, Kalmar Container Handlers, specialized products by Bendi and Combilift and productive Cascade Attachments. All of these products utlized properly could help your warehousing operation to become more efficient and more productive warehouse.

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Caterpillar Receives Tier 4 Interim Certification for Non-Road Construction Equipment

September 20, 2010 at 8:57 AMRing Power

New Cat®C13 ACERT™ and C15 ACERT™ engines feature integrated design and provide improved fuel efficiency and productivity for next generation machines. CATERPILLAR C13 ACERT Engine Now Tier IV Interim Certified

C13 ACERT anda C15 ACERT engines have received the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Tier 4 emissions certification. The engines are the latest to receive certification in the 130 – 560 kW power category.

The C13 ACERT and C15 ACERT in addition to the previously announced certified C9.3 ACERT engine families will power a number of Cat products including mid-range track-type tractors, motor graders and hydraulic excavators in a wide variety of customer applications. Additionally, the C9.3 ACERT engine and its 13- and 15 liter counterparts are offered in several configurations and ratings for use by customers in the industrial, agriculture and petroleum markets.

"Our Tier 4 focus is not just about emissions – it is about the customer, as well" said Marketing and Product Support Vice President, Steve Gosselin. "Our ultimate goal is to exceed expectations by developing products that are more efficient, add more customer value and reduce emissions without sacrificing performance."

It is projected that Caterpillar will accumulate nearly one million hours of testing on Tier 4 Interim//Stage IIIB engines and machines by the end of 2010.

For more information about Tier IV Interim regulations, please visit Ring Power's new Tier IV website at http://emissions.catdealer.com/ringpower .

Ring Power Corporation, North and Central Florida's Caterpillar dealer, is headquartered in St. Augustine, Florida, with branch locations in Brooksville, Daytona, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Lake City, Lakeland, Ocala, Orlando, Palm Bay, Perry, Sarasota, Tallahassee, Tampa and Tarpon Springs. Ring Power is comprised of eight divisions and has more than 45 years of experience servicing and supporting Caterpillar and allied equipment.

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Farm Tractors Use SCR to Meet Tier IV Regulations: How does it work?

September 17, 2010 at 9:55 AMRing Power

This blog post is a continuation of how Challenger farm tractors are meeting the Environmental Protection Agency's new Tier IV interim regulation for offroad machinery, which begins January 1, 2011. Growers are in need of a balanced solution, investment versus operating costs. Challenger's brand of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), called e3, proposes to help meet these challenges with higher fuel savings and fewer particulate matter, all without a loss of power, and in some instances more power.

So what exactly is SCR? And how does it work?how does scr work?

Selective Catalytic Reduction, or SCR, was first introduced in the 1970’s to power plants burning fossil fuels to reduce their nitrogen oxides (NOx) outputs. This technology continued to grow through the 1980’s and is now commonplace. SCR is a multi-stage chemical reaction that efficiently reduces the amount of Nox. The system is simple, consisting of a tank to hold the diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), a metering mechanism, an injector, and the SCR catalyst. The metering device communicates with the engine ECU to determine how much DEF to inject. The DEF is inject into the hot diesel exhaust stream after it leaves the turbo charger. The fluid evaporates, freeing ammonia (NH3), and the ammonia reacts with the Nox to form a new molecule. That compound then passes through the SCR catalyst to be broken down into water, H2O and nitrogen (N2).

► Selective Catalytic Reduction
    – Chemical process used in industry and on-road markets

    – Drastic reduction of NOx

► SCR uses:
    – Combination of hardware, software & diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) - Urea

► After-treatment
    – Benefits customers

Follow our next posting: reviewing the properties of Deisel Exhaust Fluid. Please do not hesitate to contact our agrticultural division with any questions regarding Challeneger's e3.

Ring Power' Agricultural Division sells and leases new and used Challenger Agricultural and Farm Tractors throughout Florida and the Southeast, with service and repair facilities located in Perry, Tallahassee, Lake City, Gainesville, Jacksonville, Ocala, St. Augustine and Tampa. Ring Power also supplies a range of farm implements and attachments from Sunflower disc harrows, field cultivars and grain drills, SprayCoupe sprayers, RoGator ag sprayers, TerraGator, Diamond Boom Mowers, and Land Pride grooming mowers.

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