Be green…in more ways than one

Many machinery operators, including golf courses, sports & leisure facilities, local authorities and contractors, are proactively seeking to protect the environment from pollution through a reduction in exhaust emissions from their equipment. As a result, there is a constant expectation for manufacturers to develop and apply the latest technology to deliver cleaner engine emissions while maintaining or improving machine performance.
John Deere’s new 4066M and 4066R compact tractors are meeting this green challenge in several ways, thanks mainly to the use of fully integrated diesel particulate filter (DPF) technology. This innovation results in reduced engine exhaust emissions and maintains the required performance levels to meet a wide range of customer needs, says the company.
These 66hp four-cylinder compact models benefit from the same technology used in larger John Deere agricultural tractors, which helps to reduce emissions compared to standard non-DPF engines. This ex-factory solution is also designed with service requirements in mind. Except for the usual daily maintenance checks and standard servicing intervals, no additional cleaning or manual effort is required to keep the engine running efficiently, which greatly reduces labour requirements.

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