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The G-modes are a standard exclusive energy and fuel saving system, with up to 30% in fuel savings. The G-Mode eliminates

needless operations and engine functions allowing for reduced fuel consumption by using three basic modes that are all operator


Auto Idling Stop Mode (AIS): An Industry First

The AIS mode can conserve fuel by stopping the engine,

with an operator prompt, after 10 seconds of idling time.

Restarting the engine is simple by just twisting the


G-Winch Mode:

An Industry First

The G-winch mode can produce maximum winch line

speed at a low engine RPM.

G-Engine Mode:

An Industry First

The G-engine mode limits maximum engine speed to

1,750 RPM and controls the pumps to make engine

operation in the most efficient condition.

Fuel-e cient

Low idle



Rope hosting speed

When using G-Winch

The high speed mode allows the line to be raised or lowered at

maximum line speed without raising engine speed when lifting

without a load.

A new clean diesel system - although diesel engines consume

less fuel and emit less CO2 than gasoline engines, they also emit

more harmful particulate matter and nitrogen oxide (NOx). The

“new clean energy system” engine utilizes a DPF to reduce

particulate matter, which is also kept to a minimum using

negative ions. This system requires the use of low sulfer diesel.

* Warning: High sulfer diesel will damage the engine.

Exhaust cleaning DPR:

The DPR (diesel particulate active reduction system)

burns PM (particulate matter) collected by the DPF

(diesel particulate filter) from the diesel exhaust gas,

increasing the PM collection efficiency of the DPF,

and recovering to purify the exhaust. This means

that the exhaust gas from the diesel engine is cleaner,

conforming with current EPA Interim Tier 4 regulations.