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3600 South Noah Drive

Saxonburg, PA, 16506

Information@Pittsburghpower.com

(724) 360-4080

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GET IN TOUCH


3600 South Noah Drive

Saxonburg, PA, 16506

Information@Pittsburghpower.com

(724) 360-4080

3600 South Noah Drive

Saxonburg, PA, 16056

Information@Pittsburghpower.com

(724)360-4080


PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM AND WE WILL BE IN TOUCH WITH YOU SOON!


Value is required
Value is required

Thank you!

OUR MISSION

At Pittsburgh Power, our mission is to provide the highest quality diesel repair services by combining expertise with innovative solutions. We are dedicated to enhancing the performance and longevity of diesel equipment for our valued customers, ensuring reliability and superior results every step of the way. Our commitment to integrity, professionalism, and customer satisfaction drives us to continuously improve and uphold the standards of the diesel repair industry.

OUR MISSION

At Pittsburgh Power, our mission is to provide the highest quality diesel repair services by combining expertise with innovative solutions. We are dedicated to enhancing the performance and longevity of diesel equipment for our valued customers, ensuring reliability and superior results every step of the way. Our commitment to integrity, professionalism, and customer satisfaction drives us to continuously improve and uphold the standards of the diesel repair industry.

ABOUT US

Pittsburgh Power, originally Diesel Injection of Pittsburgh, began in December 1977 when founder Bruce Mallinson acquired a small business in Lawrenceville, just north of Pittsburgh. Starting as a one-man operation with no garage, Bruce taught himself diesel mechanics through manuals and magazines, leveraging his experience with Chevrolet engines from racing Corvettes.

By 1979, the business moved to Harmar, Pennsylvania, gaining a garage and its first employee. Growth continued despite economic challenges, bolstered by Bruce’s collaboration with Cummins’ lead performance engineer and success in European truck racing.

The 1990s brought new opportunities, including writing technical articles and developing the first Power Box for electronically controlled diesel engines. In 2006, Pittsburgh Power moved to a custom-built, 14,000 square foot facility at Victory Road Business Park, expanding its workforce and capabilities to include electrical engineering and advanced dyno testing.

Today, Pittsburgh Power excels in rebuilding diesel engines, dyno testing, aftertreatment, tuning and troubleshooting electrical systems, serving a diverse community across North America and internationally. Our commitment to innovation ensures compliance with emission regulations and the development of systems enhancing performance and efficiency.

We strive to help owner-operators save money and reduce fuel consumption, contributing to lower emissions worldwide.





ABOUT US

Pittsburgh Power, originally Diesel Injection of Pittsburgh, began in December 1977 when founder Bruce Mallinson acquired a small business in Lawrenceville, just north of Pittsburgh. Starting as a one-man operation with no garage, Bruce taught himself diesel mechanics through manuals and magazines, leveraging his experience with Chevrolet engines from racing Corvettes.

By 1979, the business moved to Harmar, Pennsylvania, gaining a garage and its first employee. Growth continued despite economic challenges, bolstered by Bruce’s collaboration with Cummins’ lead performance engineer and success in European truck racing.

The 1990s brought new opportunities, including writing technical articles and developing the first Power Box for electronically controlled diesel engines. In 2006, Pittsburgh Power moved to a custom-built, 14,000 square foot facility at Victory Road Business Park, expanding its workforce and capabilities to include electrical engineering and advanced dyno testing.

Today, Pittsburgh Power excels in rebuilding diesel engines, dyno testing, aftertreatment, tuning and troubleshooting electrical systems, serving a diverse community across North America and internationally. Our commitment to innovation ensures compliance with emission regulations and the development of systems enhancing performance and efficiency.

We strive to help owner-operators save money and reduce fuel consumption, contributing to lower emissions worldwide.






ABOUT US

Pittsburgh Power, originally Diesel Injection of Pittsburgh, began in December 1977 when founder Bruce Mallinson acquired a small business in Lawrenceville, just north of Pittsburgh. Starting as a one-man operation with no garage, Bruce taught himself diesel mechanics through manuals and magazines, leveraging his experience with Chevrolet engines from racing Corvettes.

By 1979, the business moved to Harmar, Pennsylvania, gaining a garage and its first employee. Growth continued despite economic challenges, bolstered by Bruce’s collaboration with Cummins’ lead performance engineer and success in European truck racing.

The 1990s brought new opportunities, including writing technical articles and developing the first Power Box for electronically controlled diesel engines. In 2006, Pittsburgh Power moved to a custom-built, 14,000 square foot facility at Victory Road Business Park, expanding its workforce and capabilities to include electrical engineering and advanced dyno testing.

Today, Pittsburgh Power excels in rebuilding diesel engines, dyno testing, aftertreatment, tuning and troubleshooting electrical systems, serving a diverse community across North America and internationally. Our commitment to innovation ensures compliance with emission regulations and the development of systems enhancing performance and efficiency.

We strive to help owner-operators save money and reduce fuel consumption, contributing to lower emissions worldwide.



ABOUT US

Pittsburgh Power, originally Diesel Injection of Pittsburgh, began in December 1977 when founder Bruce Mallinson acquired a small business in Lawrenceville, just north of Pittsburgh. Starting as a one-man operation with no garage, Bruce taught himself diesel mechanics through manuals and magazines, leveraging his experience with Chevrolet engines from racing Corvettes.

By 1979, the business moved to Harmar, Pennsylvania, gaining a garage and its first employee. Growth continued despite economic challenges, bolstered by Bruce’s collaboration with Cummins’ lead performance engineer and success in European truck racing.

The 1990s brought new opportunities, including writing technical articles and developing the first Power Box for electronically controlled diesel engines. In 2006, Pittsburgh Power moved to a custom-built, 14,000 square foot facility at Victory Road Business Park, expanding its workforce and capabilities to include electrical engineering and advanced dyno testing.

Today, Pittsburgh Power excels in rebuilding diesel engines, dyno testing, aftertreatment, tuning and troubleshooting electrical systems, serving a diverse community across North America and internationally. Our commitment to innovation ensures compliance with emission regulations and the development of systems enhancing performance and efficiency.

We strive to help owner-operators save money and reduce fuel consumption, contributing to lower emissions worldwide.



ABOUT US

Pittsburgh Power, originally Diesel Injection of Pittsburgh, began in December 1977 when founder Bruce Mallinson acquired a small business in Lawrenceville, just north of Pittsburgh. Starting as a one-man operation with no garage, Bruce taught himself diesel mechanics through manuals and magazines, leveraging his experience with Chevrolet engines from racing Corvettes.

By 1979, the business moved to Harmar, Pennsylvania, gaining a garage and its first employee. Growth continued despite economic challenges, bolstered by Bruce’s collaboration with Cummins’ lead performance engineer and success in European truck racing.

The 1990s brought new opportunities, including writing technical articles and developing the first Power Box for electronically controlled diesel engines. In 2006, Pittsburgh Power moved to a custom-built, 14,000 square foot facility at Victory Road Business Park, expanding its workforce and capabilities to include electrical engineering and advanced dyno testing.



Today, Pittsburgh Power excels in rebuilding diesel engines, dyno testing, aftertreatment, tuning and troubleshooting electrical systems, serving a diverse community across North America and internationally. Our commitment to innovation ensures compliance with emission regulations and the development of systems enhancing performance and efficiency.

We strive to help owner-operators save money and reduce fuel consumption, contributing to lower emissions worldwide.


OUR TEAM

OWNER

Bruce Mallinson

PRESIDENT

Bill Fellman

MARKETING MANAGER

Jordan Greathouse

SERVICE MANAGER

Eric Moser

PARTS MANAGER

Shawn Mangol


ACCOUNTING

Aimee Killian

FRONT DESK

Cathy Fondrk

SALES

Anthony Pasquerella

SALES

Craig Rearic

SHOP FOREMAN

Brian Moan


ENGINEERING MANAGER

Leroy Pershing

ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN

Alex Lavan

ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN

JR Peterson

PUMP TECHNICIAN

Pat Sharp

SHOP TECHNICIAN

Corey Wiltse


SHOP TECHNICIAN

Rock

SHOP TECHNICIAN

Adam

SHOP TECHNICIAN

Toby

SHIPPING

Eric Klingensmith

SHIPPING

Cooper

DIRECTIONS

DIRECTIONS

DIRECTIONS