Deutz introduces high torque engines
Deutz has created high-torque versions of its TCD 3.6 and 2.9litre engine
Deutz used bauma 2016 to introduce two new high-torque variants of its TCD sub-4litre engines.
These include the TCD 2.9 and TCD 3.6 engines. Where the 2.9litre TCD 2.9 has been re-tuned to produce a maximum torque figure of 375Nm, the TCD 3.6 has been tweaked to deliver 390Nm. Importantly, Deutz said both engines remain below the 56kW emissions threshold for Stage V, so they do not require SCR to clean up exhaust gases.
Both engines currently meet Stage IV from using only a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC).
In addition, Deutz said the two engines can also be supplied as high-power variants. For the TCD 2.9, it means a power output of 75kW, while the TCD 3.6 can deliver 105kW.