KomatsuCARE & Service for Construction Equipment in MO, KS & NE
Introducing Komatsu CARE for Tier 4
3 years | 2,000 Hours
of Complimentary Scheduled Maintenance
Komatsu CARE features our exclusive Complimentary Scheduled Maintenance program: Eligible Komatsu Tier 4 construction machine comes standard with factory scheduled maintenance for the first 3 years/2,000 hours. Complimentary Komatsu Diesel Particulate Filter exchange and SCR maintenance service for the first 5 years/ 9000 hours are also included under Komatsu CARE.
Eligible new Komatsu Tier 4 construction machines are covered
The Komatsu CARE program covers all new eligible Komatsu Tier 4 construction equipment, whether rented, leased or purchased. For the first 3 years or 2,000 hours, whichever comes first, you’ll receive:
Service will be performed by an authorized Komatsu distributor and only Komatsu genuine fluids* and OEM parts will be used.
KOWA Oil Analysis: Komatsu Oil Wear Analysis (KOWA) Sampling
Komatsu CARE services are available from every authorized Komatsu distributor anywhere in the US and Canada.
* Coolant exchanged at 24 months (if not expired by hours), air filters, belts, valve adjustments and accumulators are not covered under this program.
Complimentary Komatsu Diesel Particulate Filter (KDPF) exchanges are included.
Eligible Komatsu Tier 4 construction equipment comes with 2 complimentary KDPF exchange units for the first 5 years / unlimited hours. The suggested KDPF maintenance service intervals are at 4,500 hours and 9,000 hours.
Complimentary Komatsu Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) System Maintenance is also included.
Eligible Komatsu Tier 4 construction equipment comes with 2 complimentary SCR System maintenance services for the first 5 years / unlimited hours. The suggested SCR System maintenance service intervals are at 4,500 hours and 9,000 hours.
The goal of an SCR system is to reduce levels of nitrogen oxides (NOx) emitted from the engine that are harmful to our health and the environment. SCR treats exhaust gas downstream of the engine. Small quantities of diesel emission fluid (DEF) are injected into the exhaust stream and when mixed with the NOx, changes into a harmless nitrogen and water mixture.