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Off-Highway Tier 4 Engine Technical Overview

This Engine Technical Overview course will include instruction and discussion of the fuel, air intake, exhaust gas recirculation, and aftertreatment systems. This also includes Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF), Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), and Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). Approximately half of the time will be spent in a classroom setting, while the other half of the time will be spent in a shop setting filling out lab sheets and performing tests on running engines. This one-day course is intended for an equipment mechanic, supervisor, or manager that is looking to expand their knowledge of the latest technology used to control fuel and meet EPA regulations. Fundamental knowledge of how a four-stroke diesel engine works is preferred, but not a requirement. Participants should come to class dressed to work in a shop environment and prepared to work outside. A participant that retains the material presented will be prepared to perform basic diagnostics with the correct tooling and speak with confidence using the proper terminology when working with these engines. Subject engines will be Komatsu, Cummins, John Deere, and/or JCB. Class starts at 8am and will release by 5 pm. Tooling, handouts, lab sheets will be provided, as well as lunch

Earlier Event: February 26
JCB Loadall Training
Later Event: March 7
John Deere Troubleshooting