Kubota's high quality and eco-friendly engines satisfy all global emission regulations
As the world demands stricter environmental protection, engines are required to meet stricter emission regulations. The Engine Product Environmental Management Section (EPEMS) at Kubota Corporation in Osaka, Japan, was established exclusively to work on environmental issues. By gathering information concerning emission regulations from all over the world, sharing and analyzing it within the company, and performing thorough computer controlled automatic emission measuring tests on all new engines, this division is taking all possible measures to ensure that the engines produced by Kubota possess the world's highest level of adaptability to pass future emission regulations.
Kubota's quality inspection facility maintains the world’s highest emission level controls
Kubota Corporation's Quality Inspection Facility is state-of-the-art. This facility is designed to ensure that all Kubota engines clear future, more stringent, emission regulations. Newly developed engine models first must pass certification tests for all existing emission regulations. Once they pass these tests, the newly developed engine models move into mass production. Thereafter, regular sampling inspections reconfirm that they meet the high quality expectations of the Kubota name.