Nissan Forklift Receives CARB Certification

Nissan Forklift (Marengo, Ill.) has received compliance certifications from both the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) for the 2007 Standards for Large Spark-ignited (LSI) Engines, for Nissan’s full line of internal combustion forklifts. Nissan’s gasoline, LBG and diesel engines have been redesigned to incorporate technological advances for increased efficiency and performance, while reducing exhaust emissions well below regulatory requirements.

All of Nissan’s K Series, electronic concentrated control system engines feature electronic fuel injection, an engine control module, a vehicle control module, three-way catalytic converter and heated oxygen sensor. The engine control module controls the basic engine functions and determines the exact air/fuel ratio, torque and speed needed to meet the demands of the application, while delivering high combustion efficiency for lower fuel consumption and the lowest emission levels.

Nissan Forklift Corp. is a full line supplier of engine powered forklifts, electric sit-down riders, electric pallet trucks, electric tow tractors, electric walkie stackers, and manual pallet trucks in the Nissan and Barrett Industrial Truck brands.

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