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IFPE FEATURED IN LATEST EPISODE OF MANUFACTURING THE FUTURE WEB SHOW, FEATURING AEM’S SARA FEULING AND POCLAIN HYDRAULICS' MATT CHRISTENSEN

The ongoing shift toward clean power in the off-highway equipment industry was the focus of engineering.com's most recent episode of its popular web show, Manufacturing the Future.

The episode highlighted the International Fluid Power Exhibition (IFPE) and featured insights from AEM Senior Director of Construction Sara Feuling and Poclain Hydraulics Vice President of Sales and Application Engineering Matt Christensen. The pair spoke on the multiple advanced technologies in use and under development in the off-highway sector that are delivering clean power with high productivity and safety.

In the episode, Feuling discussed how regulatory demands are driving advancements in technology, as those within the off-highway industry works to ensure it complies with current and future technical requirements.

“Back since the early 1990s, diesel internal engines, both on and off highway, have been subject to tiered emission requirements that’s regulating nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons, particulate matter and emissions,” said Feuling. “The off-highway industry is very conscious of the environmental impact and continues to focus its efforts on designing to comply with those regulations both at the state and the federal level. In fact, AEM, on behalf of our membership, has actually engaged with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) in response to its proposed Tier 5 rulemaking on behalf of that entire off-highway industry representing all of that broad manufacturing scope.”

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