Latest engine technology from Cummins
Featured in23 February 2012 - 10:21
Current and future EU emissions standards will be in sharp focus on the Cummins stand
CUMMINS will be exhibiting a range of dependable, fuel-efficient diesel engines and exhaust after-treatment products that meet the current EU Stage IIIB and planned Stage IV regulations.
Visitors to the company’s stand (N10) will see engines with displacements ranging from 3.3 to 15-litres and power outputs from 56 to 503kW (75 to 675hp).
Tier 4 experts will be on hand to talk about the operational and performance benefits of using Cummins’ leading technology.
Featured on the stand will be one of the most popular six-cylinder engines used by the quarrying and construction industries – the QSB6.7 (pictured above).
This unit achieves a highest-ever power output for EU Stage IV, with 231kW (310hp) peak power at 2,200 rev/min and more than 1,000Nm peak torque. A broad range of ratings are available down to 109kW (146hp).
Cummins say the QSB6.7 makes no performance compromises to meet near-zero emissions, with exceptional engine response and reliability.
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