Last October Kohler met lawn and garden professionals at Equip Expo, the Louisville tradeshow for the latest outdoor power equipment products and technologies. Annually, U.S. lawn and garden professionals gather in Louisville, Kentucky, to participate in Equip Expo – formally known as GIE Expo – the green industry’s largest trade show for the latest outdoor power equipment products and technologies. 

Kohler is proud to be a long-standing exhibitor, and for 2022 they have designed two different booths, indoor and outdoor, to showcase products, programs, and tools to educate and engage their dealers and end-user customers. Kohler engines are designed to deliver outstanding fuel efficiency and excellent overall performance to users of consumer and commercial lawn mowers and other outdoor equipment. 

This year’s exhibit included Kohler Command PRO Carbureted Single-Cylinder CV173, CV200, CV224 and EFI ECH980 and ECV980 with ETB (Electronic Throttle Body) technology. 

The CV173, CV200, and CV224 Kohler Command PRO line of engine will provide landscapers with best-in-class power on their equipment. Whether it is a walk-behind mower, sod cutter, or other types of applications, users will see and feel why this is the engine of choice with three engines models ranging from 7.75 – 11.0 ft-lbs of torque. Features including full-pressure lubrication with Clean-Change oil filter, Quad-Clean air cleaner, and Easy-Pull recoil starting, makes this engine easy to use and maintain while providing all the power needed to perform every daily tasks. 

The horizontal and vertical Kohler Command PRO 999cc engines provide the power and durability to power the largest turf and industrial equipment in the market. These engines have been proven over the years to provide a more durable and cooler running engine thanks to updated, larger cooling package and integrated oil cooler. The 999cc engine also offer easy maintenance, with hydraulic lifters that require no adjustment for the life of the engine, and the Clean-Spin oil filter service which is located on top of the engine for easy access. 



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