Come Stop In and See Our New Corporate Headquarters
Loftin Equipment has moved its corporate headquarters location. Please note our new physical address is 2111 E. Highland Ave. #255, Phoenix, AZ 85016. Our P.O. Box will stay the same, P.O. Box 10376, Phoenix, AZ 85064.
Our new corporate location is equipped with conferencing technology that allows us to stay even more connected to our other branches and customers via web conferencing and SMART Board TV.
Kohler Goes Bigger on EFI
Kohler has developed an all-new engine in its Command Pro range of electronic fuel injection, air-cooled gasoline engines. The Command Pro 824 cc EFI V-twin is available in four models with ratings from 27 to 33 hp, targeting commercial mowing equipment, particularly as zero-turn radius (ZTR) mowers. Kohler has also developed a propane-fueled version that will launch in 2015.
The Command Pro 824 EFI has a bore and stroke of 86 x 71 mm and utilizes the same Delphi closed-loop EFI system used on its other EFI engines. It also incorporates an optimized intake manifold, redesigned cylinder head with a multi-angle valve seat configuration, and fast-burn combustion chamber with twin spark plugs.
Many Opportunities Await You At Loftin Equipment Co. Start Your Search for a New, Exciting Career
If you're one of those talented, dedicated types looking for an employer who provides challenging work and a chance to build a career, we have the work environment you have been looking for.
We have recently updated the Careers section of our website and invite you to explore the job opportunities that we are currently offering and to learn more about what a career at Loftin Equipment Co. can mean to you.
Insufficient attention paid to an engines cooling system is frequently the reason a generator system under performs or totally fails. Coolant levels falling due to leakage or faulty components will result in an engine running too hot leading to temperature shutdown or even total engine failure. Loftin Equipment Co., as part of their planned generator maintenance programs routinely check the entire cooling system, paying close attention to the critical components relating to cooling.