Donations

New Equipment

With the help of MHC Kenworth, DMACC has purchased a 2011 Kenworth T270 with the latest emissions technology. Pictured with the new equipment are (left to right): Lon Moffitt, DMACC; Dave Lange, Service Manager, MHC Kenworth, Des Moines; Bill Gorman, DMACC; Denny Hanson, DMACC; Pat Bishop, DMACC; Dan Jespersen, DMACC. ‚Äč(11/30/15)

 

Photo of Cat tractor that was donatedDMACC Diesel Technology Program Chairperson Bill Gorman shakes hands with Rod McClanahan (right), Product Support Manager, Iowa Operations of Ziegler Caterpillar while standing in front of a Cat loader/backhoe 420D. DMACC purchased the loader/backhoe thanks to the contributions Ziegler Caterpillar has made to the DMACC Foundation to be used to purchase equipment for DMACC's Diesel Technology program and scholarships for Diesel Technology students. DMACC Diesel Technology Instructors Lon Moffitt (left to right), Terry Goode, Pat Bishop and Dennis Hanson, as well as DMACC Foundation Executive Director Joe Rippetoe look on.

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DMACC Diesel Technology Program Chairperson Bill Gorman (left) and DMACC President Rob Denson stand in front of a Cummins ISX Diesel Engine donated by Cummins Great Plains, Inc. of Des Moines. Cummins Great Plains, Inc. representatives who helped make the donation a reality include Steve Carnine, (third from left) Vice President; Doc Wilson, Power Specialist; Jim Taylor, Service Advisor and Jeff Clay, Service Advisor. The Cummins engine will be used by DMACC Diesel Technology students to learn about the latest technology incorporated in today's diesel engines.


The following trucks were donated to the Diesel program

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1995 Kenworth T-800 with a Series 60 Detroit Engine. Donated by Annett Holdings (TMC)

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1996 Navistar 9800 with a Cummins ISM engine

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1997 Century Class Freightliner with a Caterpillar C-12 engine and Wabco ABS brakes.