Vital economic arenas in the industrializing and industrialized marketplaces of the world that are critically dependent on diesel include:
Mass and Personal Transportation:
Diesel buses move 14 million people to their jobs and schools every day. Diesel trucks, trains, boats and barges move 94 percent of the nation’s goods – more than 18 million tons of freight each day. There are also more and more vehicles being produced each year that use diesel and diesel hybrid fuel. World Wide Construction:Diesel powers nearly all of the heavy equipment that builds our roads, bridges, homes, cities, mines, hospitals and schools. Farming and Agriculture:Diesel fuels two-thirds of all agricultural equipment and is the workhorse of the twenty-first century farm. What Makes Diesel Different?
Diesel is the dominant power source in key sectors of the economy, thanks to a combination of unique attributes.Maximum Efficiency
No other internal combustion engine in the world is more fuel-efficient.Optimal Durability
Diesel engines routinely run for hundreds of thousands – if not millions – of miles. Application Flexibility
From a 10-horsepower hand-held engine to a 2,500-horsepower mining truck, diesel can power virtually any sized job.Proven Performance
Constantly evolving, diesel is a familiar and proven technology with an existing fueling infrastructure and a 100-year trackrecord of proven, reliable results. Required PowerDiesel delivers the torque and power necessary to complete tough jobs.