Engines Latest News 

JCB Powers Past Engine Milestone

A JCB business which has powered its way to international success today celebrated the production of half a million engines – enough to stretch from London to Paris. adidas pas cher Four cylinder diesel engines first began rolling off the line at JCB Power Systems in Derbyshire in November 2004 when the company employed just 64 people and in the first year of production less than 10,000 engines were produced. chaussure timberland homme The Foston-based business has grown dramatically since then and the workforce now stands at almost 400. Now…

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ConExpo2017 Engines Latest News 

Kubota powers up with V5009

Kubota have introduced the new 5-litre engine “V5009” at Conexpo 2017. Mass production will start from 2020, and the engineering support work starts before to match the application. This engine will be supplied to manufacturer for construction and industrial machines. As the awareness for the conservation of the global environment has increased, emission standards for industrial engines have become more stringent. All industrial machinery manufacturers are now required to build their machine with emission certified engines, or to adopt after treatment device in regard to the required emission level. Kubota…

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Bauma Engines Latest News 

Cummins comes ultra-clean

Cummins Inc will present the next generation of ultra-clean engines at the BAUMA show (Munich, April 11-17) designed to meet European Union Stage V emissions regulations commencing in 2019 for construction, mining and materials handling equipment. Across a broad 55 kW to 300 kW output range (74 hp to 400 hp), these engines will go beyond meeting Stage V near-zero emissions regulations to bring an increase in power and torque of up to 10 percent. The Stage V enhancements to engine performance are being achieved by taking an innovative approach…

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Engines Excavators Latest News 

JCB 2015 – JS excavators get engine upgrade

JCB has engineered a Tier 4 Final/Stage IV emissions solution for its JS130 to JS235 crawler excavators, delivering lower emissions and improved fuel consumption, without the requirement for a costly Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF). The company’s Heavy Products division has also taken the opportunity to improve access to the upper structure of the machines, delivering three-point access for operators and service engineers. To achieve the US Stage 4 Final and European Tier IV emission standards manufacturers have to reduce harmful Nitrogen Oxides NOx by 90%, compared to the already low…

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Backhoe Loaders Engines Latest News 

JCB 2015 – Backhoes enter next Stage

JCB’s world leading 3CX and 4CX backhoe loaders will be the company’s first products sold in Europe to adopt its innovative Tier 4 Final/Stage IV engine strategy. The introduction of the new engine will build on the success of the highly efficient JCB Ecomax T4i engine that is in use in many JCB machines. Ecomax engines producing more than 75hp (55kW) will meet stringent Tier 4 Final/Stage IV emissions legislation using a compact, highly efficient SCR system for NOx reduction, while engines with less than 74hp (55kW) require no after-treatment…

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