DEUTZ is helping to keep Tasmania’s historic West Coast Wilderness Railway on track with two generators at either end of the scenic route. Railway officials purchased two DEUTZ DPS33DB Gensets to ensure that its stations in Queenstown and Strahan are never without power.
DEUTZ engines are powering a new range of high-quality commercial grade chippers produced by New Zealand’s Hansa Products. The impressive units feature design, software and hardware improvements and are suited to commercial tree work.
Warwick Lorenz started Sydney-based Aussie Pumps from scratch 27 years ago and now exports globally. The business leads the way locally due to a simple philosophy inspired by the cartoon character Dilbert: “Why don’t we just ask customers what they want, and give it to them?”
Leigh Southwick’s business is on the move. Based in Central Queensland, Heavy Duty Engines & Transmissions Pty Ltd is 100 per cent mobile and visits clients where it suits them. It also uses DEUTZ engines as our newly appointed dealer in Gladstone.
DEUTZ is helping to power onsite offices in Central Queensland coal mines. Sold by DEUTZ dealer Penske Australia, three DPS13 KVA gensets have been connected to mobile crib rooms produced by Mackay-based M & P Services. Read more here.
It may resemble a rocket, but the iconic DEUTZ logo has a spiritual history. The distinctive design is based on a famous German church in the town where a company that eventually became part of DEUTZ AG was founded.
Year number 40 with DEUTZ was significant in more ways than one for resident technical whiz David Howes. David celebrated 40 years with DEUTZ UK and DEUTZ Australia on 1 April 2020, just as Victoria entered its first coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown.
If Ross Harman’s colleagues don’t treat him like royalty, maybe they should. DEUTZ Australia’s unassuming BD Manager – Engines is related to two Kings of England. He also boasts blood ties to movie stars Marilyn Monroe, Katharine Hepburn, and Johnny Depp.
Following a product review, some DEUTZ air-cooled engine models will be discontinued at the end of this year. But DEUTZ Australia will still sell its other air-cooled models, which are part of an extensive range of air, water, and oil-cooled engines.
The DEUTZ Drive program has stepped up a gear with an additional engine selected and designed locally by DEUTZ Australia for our unique market requirements. Testing has been completed on the new DEUTZ TCD2013 L06 2V engine to validate power output, exhaust, and intake system designs.