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System Commonality

Sunday, Apr 24, 2022

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Volvo Penta industrial off road engines share system commonality. An operation needing several engines benefits from engine commonality both through operator familiarity with the engines as well as from a shared service and single contact point for genuine aftermarket parts and accessories. This means maintenance time and installations are made easier thanks to the similarities in engine sizes and design. This also helps reduce Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) and improves overall operational efficiency.

In heavy-duty construction, when uptime and continuous power is key. When short busy harvest seasons and remote forest environments require dependable performance. From warehouses to airports, above earth and below, from high performance shotcrete sprayers, underground tunnelling jumbos, container spreaders, cranes, fire trucks and sugar beet harvesters. For continuous uptime at a rock concert or festival or for backup generators supplying emergency energy to hospitals. When there is no room for error or failure Volvo Penta engines keep your operation in motion.

Volvo Penta diesel engines are robust, reliable, and well-proven diesel for almost any heavy-duty applications. Volvo Penta off road diesel engines offer more power, reliability, fuel savings and lower emissions. Based in Adelaide, we are strategically positioned to help lower your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). With a commitment to the environment, the people and the local community, together with Volvo Penta we can help you secure maximum availability and uptime for your equipment.

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Made to move with the elements, through grace, respect and ingenuity, Volvo Penta engines are the perfect environmentally sustainable power solution for electromobility at sea, for container terminals, hospitals, power plants and wide range equipment applications in a variety of industries. Centrally located in Adelaide and with direct access to all major mainland freight routes, we are strategically positioned to deliver and maintain all your evolving marine propulsion and industrial power needs. We are Don Morton Power & Propulsion.

About Us:

Founded by boating fanatic Don Morton in 1963, Don Morton Power & Propulsion has steadily built a reputation as a truly multi disciplinary engine and marine propulsion sales and service provider. With a diversified client base of marine propulsion and heavy industrial machinery operators, Don Morton Power & Propulsion is today much more than a name. We are your local Marine, Boating & Industrial Power Engine Specialist.

Volvo Penta Oceania has appointed Don Morton Power & Propulsion as its official Industrial Sales and Service Centre for South Australia. With this appointment Don Morton Power & Propulsion is responsible for all Volvo Penta Sales and Service inquiries for South Australia. As the only authorised Volvo Penta Centre for South Australia, this includes supply chain support for industrial and heavy machinery operators within the Material Handling, Mining, Agriculture, Construction and Forestry sector.

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No Account Required. Quick Checkout. Custom Quotes. Help Desk Support. Buy Online with on Morton Power & Propulsion Shop. Navigate by Category or Name or Part Number. You can also create a Volvo Penta ID and shop with Volvo Penta Shop - an initiative of Volvo Penta. Buy Online - A Safer Shopping Destination for spare parts. Thank you for your continued Valued Support. 

Volvo Penta Oceania Dealers in South Australia:  

Don Morton Power & Propulsion
Authorised Volvo Penta Centre

70 Humphries Terrace, Kilkenny SA 5009
Phone: (08) 8347 0011

Anthony Squire Diesel Services
35 Woodlands Terrace, Edwardstown SA 5039
Phone: (08) 8277 1825

Ashbrook Diesel Pty Ltd 
14 Elizabeth St, Port Macdonnell SA 5291
Phone: (08) 8738 2028

Can Do Marine 
38 Chatfield Terrace, Wallaroo SA 5556
Phone: (08) 8823 3025

West Coast Diesel Service 
32 St Andrews Terrace, Port Lincoln SA 5606
Phone: (08) 8682 1753

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