Zetor Engines Plant |
|Headquarters||Martin, Slovak Republic|
Martin Diesel brand of engines are built by the Slovak company D.S. Martin j.s.c. (joint stock company). Based in Martin, Slovak Republic, the company traces back to the Zetor Engine division of Zetor. While the engines have been used mostly in agricultural tractors, they have also been used for forestry, marine, combine harvesters, construction and other applications. The plant was originally established in 1973 as the Zetor Engines Plant. In 1978, it became part of ZTS Martin.
In 1992, Martin Diesel became independent.
D.S. Martin has also marketed a line of tractors, mostly built by foreign firms and assembled in the Slovak Republic, (either Zetor or Ursus), marketing them under both the Martin Diesel and Mt. Super brands beginning in 2001. Smaller tractors are/were supposedly in development.
- UR II Range
- UR IV Range
- UR IV M2 Range
- UR-IV M3A Range
|Model||Year(s) of Production||Horsepower||Engine Type||Misc Notes||Photo|
|Martin Diesel 8004 TD||2004||120 hp (89 kW)||Martin Diesel|
|Martin Diesel 8604 TD||2004|| 170 hp (130 kW) |
190 hp (140 kW)
|Mt. Super 35hp||2003||35 hp (26 kW)|
|Mt. Super 35hp Industrial||2003||35 hp (26 kW)|
|Mt. Super 100hp||2003||100 hp (75 kW)|
|Mt. Super 1734||2004||170 hp (130 kW)||Martin Diesel|
|Mt. Super 1934||2004||190 hp (140 kW)||Martin Diesel|