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Expanded range of diesel engines available

Image of a Kubota engine from Smith Power Equipment

Kubota engine from Smith Power Equipment

7th November 2023


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Japanese engine manufacturer Kubota has expanded its range of diesel engines from 5 kW motors for pump and lawnmower applications to powerful 160 kW motors for large tractors and industrial applications.

The company is represented by Smith Power Equipment in South Africa, boasting a network of dealers allowing it to service customers in all parts of the country and across borders.

The engines are used to power various equipment manufacturers’ machines and spare parts and direct engine swaps are available to support most machines with Kubota engines.

In the case of new builds or where the engine is required to replace another manufacturers’ engine, Smith Power Equipment says its technically trained staff can assist with design-specific requirements to ensure that a Kubota engine is installed and fit-for-purpose.

Clement Ngamlana of Smith Power Equipment explains that the engines are industrial variable speed motors suitable for dusty agriculture equipment, construction machines, fire pumps, chippers, crushers, air compressors and many other factory applications.

He notes that the engines are covered by a two-year/2 000-hour manufacturer’s warranty. The motors run at low revolutions to ensure fuel efficiency and lower emissions.

Ngamlana asserts that Kubota engines are competitively priced for the South African market and are easy to service and maintain.




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Goodwin Submersible Pumps Africa (Pty) Ltd
Goodwin Submersible Pumps Africa (Pty) Ltd

Goodwin Submersible Pumps Africa is sole distributors for Goodwin electrically driven, submersible, abrasion resistance slurry pumps.


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