Cummins Performance Series Engines in Action: Pumping Stations in Vero Beach, Florida

By Mike Brezonick07 February 2020

St. Johns Improvement District rely on the engines powering their pumping stations to maintain a water table for local farmers in Vero Beach, Florida. With the station required to run continuously for 24 to 48 hours during severe weather, they demand a dependable engine capable of performing in tough conditions.

Cummins B6.7 Performance Series engine delivers more performance and productivity with less maintenance to make this possible.

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