The Premature Burial of the Internal Combustion Engine

As battery-powered equipment makes some inroads within the construction industry, many have questioned the future of gas and diesel engines. But, others believe the impending demise of internal combustion has been grossly overblown. Join Kelly Senecal, Ph.D., at World of Concrete 2019 for an in-depth look at current and upcoming engine technologies for construction equipment. This instructive presentation will help you to better understand your options, which can lead to more informed purchasing decisions and enhanced efficiencies on the jobsite. Don’t miss this free, educational chat.

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