New engine innovations from John Deere Power Systems at bauma

John Deere Power Systems is introducing two new engines, the JD14X and JD18X, which have been designed from the ground up. These engines have capacities of 14litres and 18litres respectively and meet Stage V and Tier 4 Final emissions requirements for Europe and the US.
Bauma 2022 / October 25, 2022
All new engines are being launched by John Deere Power Systems - photographed is the JD18X engine
All new engines are being launched by John Deere Power Systems - photographed is the JD18X engine

Engine specialist from the firm, Nicholas Pfeiffer commented: “The 14 and 18 are the next generation of engines from us. They’ve been developed with a focus on serviceability and have the latest diagnostics.”  

According to Pfeiffer, the diagnostics ensure that the engines offer predictive maintenance capabilities, catching potential faults before they develop and making significant reductions in maintenance costs while also preventing unplanned downtime.  

He said: “We have our telematics gateway and if you opt in, the dealer is able to call you even before you know there’s an issue.”

Meanwhile, the wiring harnesses are all external to the engines making them easier to maintain and also less vulnerable to damage. Customers are also able to select different fuel and oil filter locations to best suit the installation.  

Pfeiffer also notes that the simplification of the after-treatment package for the JD18X engine offers significant benefits with fewer sensors required and a further reduction in maintenance costs. These engines are suitable for biofuels and, Pfeiffer added, “We are working on HVO.”

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