Power Systems West sells and customizes small diesel engines, small gas engines and alternative fuel engines for industrial applications. We represent 11 of the best engine producers in the industry. Our customers include OEMs and professionals from a wide variety of backgrounds. These include agriculture, pump and irrigation, construction, welding, manufacturing, material handling, forestry and mining. Whether you need an engine that meets certain specifications, or a set of engines customized for “drop and play” fabrications, Power Systems West will give you outstanding value and service.
When you ask us for a quote with options, we evaluate engines across up to 11 engine brands. Then we show you the viable options. We highlight any important considerations for your situation and we demonstrate the best cost vs. value options for your application.
Power Systems West can customize industrial engines for lean manufacturing implementation. For example, we customize and palletize engine solutions for Genie so they “drop and play” engine units into their scissor lift production line. We also offer our in-house engineering support where needed. To explore how we can help you, please contact our nearest branch.
Power Systems West sells small diesel or gas industrial engines from the following manufacturers – listed in alphabetical order: Briggs & Stratton, Ford, Hatz, Hercules, Honda, Isuzu, Kohler, Kubota, Mitsubishi, Wisconsin, Yanmar.
Briggs & Stratton has been producing engines for more than 100 years. It is the world’s largest small engine producer, the number one marketer for pressure washers, and a leading manufacturer of power generation, lawn and garden turf care and job site products. B&S is backed by the largest service network in the industry.
Ford Component Sales current engine lineup includes a wide range of engines operable on gasoline, natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas and dual fuel. Ford Component Sales today is a leading powertrain supplier to the industrial, power generation markets. Ford has provided engines, transmissions and powertrain systems to the industrial and power generation markets since 1947.
Hatz diesel engines range from small and compact single-cylinder engines with 1.5 kW to four-cylinder engines offering 62 kW. Hatz is known compact construction, reliability, longevity, and being the only engine in this market segment to use air cooling, thus fulfilling the stringent exhaust gas regulations of the USA (EPA Tier IV final) and the EU (Stage IIIB).
Honda offers a complete line of small industrial engines for commercial and consumer applications. Honda is a leader in the development of low-emission, fuel efficient, environmentally friendly four-stroke engines for use in generators, water pumps, lawn mowers, outboard motors, and many other power equipment applications. Honda has manufactured over 100 million power products since 1953.
Kohler Engines are designed to meet a variety of application needs, and come in gas, diesel and alternative fuel configurations. Tri-fuel options are also available. Kohler Diesel engines come in air-cooled, liquid cooled and the KOHLER KDI configurations.
Kubota’s Super Mini Series engines are compact, multi cylinder, liquid cooled, mechanical diesel engines that meet EPA Tier 4 Final emission regulations. The Super Mini Series has been powering applications such as welders, generators, aerial lift, skid steers, tractor loaders, mowers and more for over thirty years. They are available in 9.9 – 18.5 kW, 13.3 – 24.8 HP, 0.5 – 0.9 Liter configurations.
Mitsubishi industrial engines are available in variable and fixed rpm. They range from 11kw to 62kw, and from 600kw to 2,000kw – and they meet all current EPA regulations. Mitsubishi industrial engines have a worldwide reputation for reliability, fuel economy and long life. Their long stroke and low compression reduces engine stress. Service friendly design saves maintenance costs and shortens machine downtime.
Wisconsin Engines offers a wide selection of engines for industrial and construction applications. Wisconsin builds competitively priced air-cooled engines (30 to 65 HP) and Continental liquid-cooled engines (33 to 72 HP) are offered with gasoline, LPG and natural gas fuels. Three of these models carry EPA and CARB certifications.
YANMAR has been producing diesel engines since 1933, and today has manufactured over 15 million diesel engines ranging from 4.5 to 5,000 horsepower. Currently, more than one million YANMAR diesel engines are powering North America’s leading-edge mobile and stationary off-highway equipment.