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An engine, or motor, is a machine designed to convert one form of energy into mechanical energy. Heat engines, including internal combustion engines and external combustion engines (such as steam engines) burn a fuel to create heat, which then creates a force.

41st World Energy Engineering Congress 2018

We invite you to be a part of the nation’s largest, most active buying venue for end user energy products and services – the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC).
There’s no better opportunity for your sales team to directly reach thousands of top energy management decision makers from throughout the U.S.

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TORO COMPANY
Toro is proud to announce the compatibility of its SMRT Logic product with Google Home and Amazon Alexa devices. SMRT Logic enables customers to control their irrigation, outdoor landscape lighting, and other landscape features through their smartphone, tablet, or computer. SMRT Logic uses proprietary technology to enable mobile device

CHP and Microgrids—A Profitable Pair

CHP and Microgrids—A Profitable Pair

Often, two technologies emerge more or less simultaneously, and then reinforce each other as mutually compatible technologies. In doing so, they can create a kind of synergy together and make one another more efficient, more cost-effective, more profitable, and more useful—like a pair of horses working together to pull a

Komatsu America introduces the new WA480-8 wheel loader

Komatsu America introduces the new WA480-8 wheel loader

Higher production, less fuel burn, better comfort and serviceability all come together in a package that hits the sweet spot for multiple-application versatility

Rolling Meadows, Ill., — June 28, 2018 – Komatsu America Corp., a leading global heavy equipment manufacturer, today announced the introduction of the new WA480-8 Wheel Loader.

Project Profile: Making the Grade

Project Profile: Making the Grade

Imagine climbing into the seat of a rental car and finding the steering column or gear shifter in a different location. Although confused at first, you would eventually become familiar with the controls—and may even learn to love the new setup.

Truth to Power

Truth to Power

Adhering to a blueprint of key factors will help contractors choose the best compressor or generator for a job site.

When it comes to compressors, consider rated capacities, fuel consumption, emissions requirements, operating costs, and service costs.

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