60 in. or 72 in. Select Cut System cutting
deck and Synchro Steer hydraulic steering operated with a steering wheel and
dual foot pedals instead of lap bars,
allowing full directional control of the
front wheels, Cub Cadet said.
The units measure 90 in. long, 62 or 72
in. wide and 72 in. high, and weigh
between 1474 and 1850 lb., depending
on the configuration. The two new mod-
els are available at select Cub Cadet
Commercial dealers. dp
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Woodward Governor Co. has scheduled two technical seminars on June 15
and 16, 2010, at the Hilton Houston
Hobby Airport hotel in Houston, Texas. On
June 15, the featured topic will be
“Introduction to power generation, control
and power management.” It will focus on
the principals of distributed power generation, synchronization, load sharing, power
management and system protection. David
Cutro, application engineer at Woodward
Electrical Power Systems will serve as the
On June 16, Rich Kamphaus, turbomachinery controls product line manager at
Woodward Turbine Systems, will lead a
seminar on “Steam turbine, gas turbine and
compressor basics.” It will cover the fundamentals, applications, control and protection of steam and gas turbines and compressors and a discussion on American
Petroleum Institute Standard 612.
Woodward said the seminars are open
to the public and qualify for Engineering Professional Development hours.
Detailed seminar outlines and registration information are available at www.
John Deere has awarded ZF Passau
with its Innovation Award for ZF’s Ergopower Efficiency Package supplied to
Deere for use in its construction machinery. The Efficiency Package is a product
upgrade consisting of a torque converter
lock-up clutch, the addition of a fifth
gear, along with other added functions to
improve the efficiency of the Ergopower
transmission used in Deere equipment.
Offering fuel economy improvements up
to 20%, the optional transmission technology, Deere said, contributes significantly toward raising overall efficiency
and reducing exhaust emissions.
Craft Oil Corp. announced it is
equipped to supply 68 counties in
Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New
York and Pennsylvania with Air1 diesel
exhaust fluid (DEF). In addition, Craft
Oil will provide the education, equipment programs and DEF supply options
— ranging from bottles to bulk — that its
customers’ selective catalytic reduction
(SCR) vehicles will need to meet the EPA
standards to reduce NOx emissions.