RPM gets new system for injectors

Apr 7, 2014 by Guest Writer

Ft. Lauderdale-based RPM Diesel has acquired the MAKTest KO4000 CARS common rail system, an advanced system designed to enhance the common rail injector repair process.


The KO4000 CARS is capable of calculating adjustments at each step of the repair process with micron accuracy.


“This type of consistency ensures that our customers are getting the crucial repairs that they need and won’t have return visits to ‘tweak’ their injector repairs,” said Todd Barnes, fuel injector manager at PRM Diesel. “You couple that type of accuracy with the skill of our service technicians and you have happy customers.”


In other RPM Diesel news, the company has opened a new satellite office at Lauderdale Marine Center in Ft. Lauderdale.


For more information, visit www.rpmdiesel.com.


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