Kohler announces the new Command PRO® dual-fuel CH440DF engine

    Kohler announces the launch of the Command PRO® dual-fuel  engine, an addition to the popular Command PRO lineup that construction professionals have come to rely on to power a wide variety of equipment.

    Kohler Command PRO CH440DF Engine. Source: Kohler

    The CH440DF carbureted engine is designed to operate on gasoline or propane, offering users the ultimate in flexibility. Simply move a lever left or right to switch between fuels based on fuel levels, preference or task.

    This horizontal-shaft, single-cylinder, four-cycle engine is part of the Kohler Command PRO lineup, which ranges between 4.5 and 14 horsepower gasoline engines designed to power a wide variety of tools on the jobsite, including: concrete saws, compactors, trowels, portable generators and larger products like power buggies. Ben Marotz, marketing manager for Kohler Engines, said:
    “Our users depend on Kohler to provide offerings that meet their diverse needs on the job site. The new CH440DF engine is designed to do just that. This engine provides great versatility, in addition to the durability, reliability and consistent performance that Kohler is known for and our partners depend on.”

    The CH440DF comes with several standard performance-enhancing features, including: Kohler’s Quad-Clean™ four-stage cyclonic air cleaner for maximum protection against dirt and debris; Fuel Secure™ automatic fuel line shutoff for clean starts on jobsites, a large fuel tank for longer runtime; cast-iron cylinder liners and forged-steel crankcases for durable operation; and Oil Sentry™ protection which automatically shuts down the engine in low-oil conditions.

    The full line of Kohler Command PRO single-cylinder, horizontal-shaft engines come with a full three-year commercial warranty. The new CH440DF engine will be on display at World of Concrete 2020, Kohler booth C4015. Attendees are welcome to visit the Allen Engineering booths (Indoor-C5803, Outdoor-O40739) to see the Kohler engine inside a power buggy.

    Source: Kohler

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