Category Archives: Emissions

John Deere Power Systems Unveils John Deere PowerSight at CONEXPO-CON/AGG

John Deere continues to show leadership in the development of innovative technology solutions including telematics. John Deere WorkSightTM  and John Deere FarmSightTM technology suites have been helping construction and agriculture customers turn data into fleet management and maintenance answers for … Continue reading

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CONEXPO 2014: Final Tier 4 Insights from John Deere

John Deere has come a long way since introducing Interim Tier 4 technology at ConExpo in 2011, and was excited to share their Final Tier 4 solutions at the 2014 show in Las Vegas earlier this month. In the video … Continue reading

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DEF Storage: John Deere Offers Fluids and Handling Equipment to Meet Customer Demand

As noted previously here on the Emissions Hub, it is important to be educated about best practices for use, handling and storage of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) when it comes to Final Tier 4-compliant equipment maintenance. There are a variety … Continue reading

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Experience the Power at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014

CONEXPO-CON/AGG in Las Vegas is this year’s global gathering spot for the construction industries. From March 4 – 8, the huge triennial exposition will showcase the newest equipment, products, services and technologies. John Deere Power Systems invites you to visit … Continue reading

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New John Deere Mid-Frame E-Series Skid Steer Loaders and Compact Track Loaders Meet Final Tier 4 Requirements

In December, John Deere began shipping new mid-frame models in the E-Series line of skid steer loaders and compact track loaders. Let’s look under the hood to see how these machines meet emissions requirements: The Yanmar Final Tier 4 diesel … Continue reading

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John Deere Kicks Off Production of Larger Final Tier 4/Stage IV Engines

John Deere recently reached a significant milestone. We’re pleased to announce that we started production of our larger displacement Final Tier 4/Stage IV off-highway diesel engines, models meeting emissions regulations that took effect Jan. 1 for engines 130 kW (174 … Continue reading

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John Deere Updates Motor Graders to Meet Final Tier 4 Emission Standards

John Deere’s best-selling G-Series Motor Graders now meet Final Tier 4 emissions standards with the implementation of a John Deere PowerTech™ EPA Final Tier 4/EU Stage IV engine. The engine update also allowed engineers to implement several customer-inspired ideas to … Continue reading

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Hassle-Free 9.0L, 13.5L Engines Complete John Deere Marine Tier 3 Offering

Like all of the off-highway industries served by John Deere engines, the marine sector is facing increasingly stringent emissions regulations. John Deere continues to provide emissions solutions for those who work in the waves and relax on the water. We … Continue reading

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Defining DEF

Of the many acronyms associated with emissions technology, DEF is one you definitely need to know. Below you will find some useful DEF information, including where you can buy it, and how to properly handle and store the fluid. What … Continue reading

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Heat helps some, hurts others: Keeping it cool so your machine runs efficiently this summer

We’re entering the dog days of summer when we seek a respite from the extreme heat whenever we can. On the contrary, IT4 and FT4 exhaust aftertreatment systems don’t mind the heat, since they require sufficient exhaust heat during their … Continue reading

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