Power Source Newsletters

Our Power Source eNewsletter is a resource to help dealers stay plugged into the news and information for powering their business.  Select articles from this newsletter can be found in this section.

04/17/2017 - Three service checks that will save you money

As seasonal work such as lawn care, road construction and outdoor events kick into high gear, it’s important to fully service any equipment that hasn’t been in use for several months.

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04/17/2017 - Register for Power University Training

Power University training will be held Tuesday, May 2, to Thursday, May 4, in Phoenix, Arizona. Power University training sessions are offered at no cost; however, travel and lodging expenses are the responsibility of the participant. Enrollment is limited to 25 attendees, so register by April 21 to guarantee your spot.

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04/17/2017 - Doosan helps light up Victory Lane when the NASCAR Cup Series returns to Bristol Motor Speedway

Doosan Portable Power will help light up Victory Lane when NASCAR’s best drivers return to Bristol Motor Speedway April 21–23 for the Food City 500 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series event. When the checkered flag waves on race day, two Doosan light tower masts will help shine light on the winning driver and race team as they celebrate victory.

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04/17/2017 - How to protect the performance of Tier 4 engines

Global fuel analysis shows that fuel contamination levels have doubled over the past few years. The average gallon (3.8 liters) of diesel fuel can contain more than 18 million potentially harmful particles. Contaminated fuel leads to plugged filters, premature wear of engine parts and reduced performance of equipment.

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02/22/2017 - Benefits of telematics for rental equipment

Advances in telematics systems are making it possible to not only monitor equipment operation but also increase revenue, decrease costs and improve service. With a telematics package, machine performance can be monitored remotely through customizable data feeds that can be viewed on laptops or mobile devices. Available data varies by telematics system but ranges from general operating status to alerts and warnings, as well as service reminders. While the monthly fee associated with telematics is based on the volume of data requested and the frequency of communication, the overall cost of adding a telematics system should be weighed against the potential value to business operations. Here are a few benefits of telematics data from a rental business perspective.

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