Imported Machinery

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Holy pre-crisis period, many businesses are allowed to buy imported equipment both industrial and agricultural purposes. Like all good but the service life of the engine worked out, it's time to do repairs, and now the crisis … (Not to be confused with Nieman Foundation!). foreign-made engine maintenance may be made only by trained specialist, his work and spare parts are getting too expensive. The replacement unit as a whole will have to spend on 1.5 to 2 million rubles, and then again a possible repair and farther in a vicious circle … not to mention the fact that the required spare part has to wait up to a month.

A hopeless situation? Not at all! We propose to adapt the powerful and reliable engines YMZ, which makes of "Autodiesel" (Yaroslavl Engine Factory) on virtually any heavy imported machinery. Set conversion specialist design department develops engine plant, it is designed in such a way as to maintain constructive technical data engine, originally installed on the equipment: power, speed and torque. Accordingly, under these indicators and selected engine is its refinement – the main thing that the volume of the engine compartment allowed us to establish there YMZ. With our kits are already working on engines YMZ , Caterpillar, Hitachi, Landini, Dominator, Agrifac, E-281 and the other not to mention so familiar, like the T-150, CSC 100, Don-680, and 1200 to 1500, BT-100, 150, 700 and K-701, DT-75, T-4, Kamaz. Although even this technique we do exclusive suites, bringing for example Kirovets 420 "horses", so he could spend all agricultural operations in one pass. What we we get a result: – performance saved – repair and maintenance engine JAMZ can produce any competent mechanic, because for its reliability it is quite simple – Parts JAMZ inexpensive and can be available in every region of our country and neighboring countries – now the most pleasant – you can think of where to spend the saved 50% of the value of imported motor! It's time to install the engine JAMZ, is not it?

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