Isuzu Engines: On the land
Dieselpower is back as the more aptly titled Isuzu Power Solutions, and we’re midway through our 2018 field days calendar, with AgQuip held in Gunnedah, NSW.
We’ve had a team at each of the shows, led by our tireless Isuzu Engines Sales Manager, Rod Best, and we’ll do so again as we head to Elmore Field Days and Australian National Field Days later in the year.
The contact that we have with end users at these events is invaluable, as it provides insights and ideas that contribute to our product development program.
In addition to the engines we’ve had on display at the fields days this year, we have also featured locally developed accessories such as cooling packages, control units and solar panel kits.
These accessories have been tailored for Australian agriculture industry applications and are engineered to cater to unique, demanding local operating conditions.
Our application engineers have travelled to several customer sites over recent months, working on in situ irrigation engine installations and the integration of remote-control accessories to monitor and manage vast irrigation systems.
Considering the extreme weather challenges faced across Australia, especially in New South Wales where drought conditions are placing significant pressure on agricultural businesses, our work in providing sustainable, efficient irrigation solutions is a high priority for us.
As always, we have a range of programs underway—from emergency service applications to marine charter boat installations—and we’ll bring you updates in future editions.
In the meantime, why not catch us at one of the upcoming field days?