Kirloskar Americas is a subsidiary of Kirloskar Oil Engines (KOEL) established in Pune, India with major plant facilities in the country at: Pune, Kagal, Rajkot and Nashik.  KOEL specializes in the design and manufacture of both air-cooled and liquid-cooled diesel engines and is the largest manufacturer of non-automotive diesel engines in India with a large global footprint.  Its engine product line ranges from 4 hp to 11,000 hp and is used to power Agricultural Equipment, Power Generation Equipment, Construction Equipment, Material Handling Equipment, Earth Moving Equipment, Pumps, Marine Applications and more.  Kirloskar engines are distributed in over 60 countries across the world.

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Small and medium sized engines are manufactured at the new, state-of-the-art Kagal plant, a 312,000 sq. ft facility that has the capability to produce over 225,000 engines a year. Larger engines are produced at the Nashik plant. The company also has a world-class R&D facility housing more than 100 engineers. Over the years, the Kirloskar brand has become synonymous with trust, quality assurance and customer satisfaction. Our goals, ambitions and priorities have always centered on our customers and it is with this unshakeable core, that we have emerged as a world leader in engines and many other products.

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In 2016, Kirloskar Oil Engines established Kirloskar Americas in Houston, Texas while developing a line of US EPA Certified diesel engines. This new Kirloskar subsidiary markets diesel engines to North America, plus diesels and other equipment to Latin America including Mexico, South America and the Caribbean. Kirloskar Americas has a large engine, generator set and parts warehouse in the US for meeting requirements of customers in the Americas region. The Americas subsidiary markets three EPA certified engine families, which include four models ranging in horsepower from 48.7 hp (35.8 kW) to 156 hp (114.7 kW) for emergency stand-by generator set application. Off-Highway engine models are currently being certified for EPA Tier IV Final. Emergency stand-by generator set engines are all Tier III Certified.