Kohler Engine Parts and Lombardini Engine Parts
Kohler was co-founded in the USA in 1873 by Austrian immigrant John Michael Kohler and Charles Silberzahn with the purchase of the Sheboygan Union Iron and Steel Foundry for $5000. Early products included farm implements, castings for furniture factories, and ornamental iron pieces. A breakthrough came in 1883 when John Michael applied enamel to a cast iron horse trough to create the company's first bathtub. Since then the company has been supplying the plumbing industry.
Kohler Engine Parts
In 1920 Kohler made its first petrol powered industrial engine and since then the company has traditionally manufactured only petrol engines. However after purchasing Lombardini, it extended its engine range to include diesel engines.
Lombardini is the undisputed European leader in the production of small diesel engines. The driving forces behind Lombardini have always been total dedication, continuous and constant research, state of the art technology and respect for staff and customers.
Lombardini Engine Parts Yorkshire
Combined with the extensive range of KOHLER petrol engines, Lombardini has a unique offering in the world of small industrial engines up to 134 Hp.
This range of engines is supplied and supported by Pelican Engineering Company (Sales) Ltd in West Yorkshire. Like both KOHLER and Lombardini, Pelican can trace its history back to 1919 when the Grandfather of the current Managing Director founded the business.
Pelican has all the relevant training, equipment and specialist tooling to support and Kohler engine in service and can undertake any maintenance or repair, either at our premises in Castleford or we can attend the customer with one of our fully equipped service vehicles.
For full details of the Lombardini Engine range, please visit www.lombardinigroup.it to view all available engine options.
At Pelican, Mike Lowther and Steve Scott can advise you on the engine to best suit your requirements. They can also accurately identify and supply any parts that may be required to keep your engine in full working order.