However, development on the Lombardini series is continuos. Therefore, the information within this manual is subject to change without notice and without obligation. Manuals for Lombardini Diesel Engines. Owner and Workshop Manuals are important documents that should be part of every vessel's library. Adobe Acrobat Document 1. In addition you will find workshop or service manuals for all the engines.
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On 25 November , Adelmo Lombardini and his brothers founded the first Lombardini production factory in Gardenia near Reggio Emilia. An amount of engines were produced in , internal combustion, 18 diesel and 20 employees. After abandoning production of complete products tractors and motor-driven pumps , the company dedicated itself merely to diesel engines for agriculture, before focusing in developing engines for various new industry fields, always willing to improve.
In the company was purchased by the Kohler Group, an American multinational who recognized it as a world leader in diesel engines up to 56 kW. Over the years, Lombardini acquired unrivalled know-how and became popular for quality, reliability and respect for the environment, labour and safety. And they will continue to be at the heart of new and future conquests.
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