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Monsoon Diesel features new design

Monsoon Diesel features new design

Meant to further reduce a contractor's associated cost with environmental regulation compliance while also increasing productivity, Buffalo Turbine has added an all-new, self-contained, Monsoon Diesel to their industry leading line of Monsoon dust control misting systems.  

Powering the Buffalo Turbine Monsoon Diesel is a Tier 4 compliant 26.5-HP Kohler 3-cylinder diesel engine. Built for industrial and commercial use, the diesel engine features liquid cooling, dual air cleaners and both heat and oil safety shut offs. The overall cost savings and some long term benefits recognized by choosing the Monsoon Diesel include up to 15% greater efficiency and up to twice the engine lifespan.  

The Buffalo Turbine Monsoon Diesel features a compact, easily maneuverable three-wheel off-highway trailer and common ¾" connection which can adapt to most standard municipal water supply for fast job site set up. Once operational the standard wireless remote will control both nozzle and throttle function.  

Also available is a 270 degree oscillation feature that can be turned on/off at the machine. This allows the nozzle to rotate up to 270 degrees on a vertical plane. Dual six gallon fuel tanks extend run time to 8 hours or more. To keep focused on the job at hand, the Buffalo Turbine proprietary single stage turbine blower and gyratory atomizing nozzle (GAN) eliminates costly downtime and maintenance associated with common spray nozzles used by the dust control misting system competitors.

Company info

180 Zoar Valley Rd.
Springville, NY
US, 14042

Website:
buffaloturbine.com

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