— Baril Engine Newsletter — May 2023
News & Updates for May 2023
Planning a Project?
We always welcome your call to the shop during our regular business hours to talk over your gas or diesel engine project.
Is it after hours, on the weekend, or simply easier to write down the details? Our new online estimate request form is available 24/7, 365 days a year.
Congratulations to Baril’s newest AERA Certified Engine Machinists!
Dawson, Chris, Paul, and Jake recently completed the extensive coursework & testing to earn their AERA Cylinder Head and Engine Machinist Certifications. Nine members of the Baril Engine team have completed this rigorous program in the last two years alone!
We believe that Baril Engine now has more AERA Certified Engine Machinists than any other shop in the country.
Our Industry’s Next Generation
This spring, we welcomed several Northeastern Wisconsin Technical College and Fox Valley Technical College student groups into our shop for an extensive shop tour and introduction to our engine building and machining processes. These groups were:
- Automotive Technician – FVTC
- Automotive Technician – NWTC
- Diesel & Heavy Equipment – NWTC
- Diesel & Heavy Truck – NWTC
Baril Engine has long been part of the NWTC Advisory Committees for these programs. Through regular meetings with NWTC program instructors, we have provided real-world insights on curriculum adjustments to best prepare the students to enter the labor force.
Engine of the Month: Cummins 8.3L
Whether it’s the complete engine,
cylinder head, block, or crankshaft,
we work on the Cummins 8.3
week in and week out.
Baril Engine has extensive experience rebuilding all the variations of the Cummins 8.3L, including the original C Series, the ISC, and newer versions such as the QSC.
Click here to learn more about the Cummins 8.3 platform and Baril Engine’s rebuilding processes and packages for these engines.
Baril Engine’s Vendor of the Month
“PAI is one of my go-to sources for aftermarket parts for Caterpillar, Cummins, Detroit, International, and Mack engines. Our ordering volume typically results in free freight, allowing us to pass these savings on to our customers.”Jake | Parts Manager
Baril Engine is proud to be our region’s distributor for PAI Industries. PAI has been manufacturing and distributing parts in the United States since 1973. Click here to learn more about PAI and our product offering through them.
Thank you for reading our newsletter. If you have any questions or comments, please contact me.
Baril Engine Rebuilding, Inc
Owner & General Manager