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KEM Equipment, Inc., Tualatin, Ore. a unit of Travis Industries, said it has developed a series of certified industrial engines to comply with the 2004-2007 U.S. EPA and CARB emissions regulations for mobile industrial (LSI) engines. KEM’s new engines, branded as KEM / Power Certified Industrial Engines use GM Powertrain base engines ranging from 1.6 to 5.7 liters and are available in various configurations, including dedicated LPG, dedicated gasoline, dedicated natural gas (5.7L only) and dual-fuel gasoline/LPG. The certified engine systems are being offered through a strategic alliance between KEM Equipment and Precision Governors LLC, Rockford, Ill. Precision Governors will supply fuel system components and electronic fuel and engine management technologies.