Cummins meeting Stage IV/Tier 4 Final with extended range of engines
The Cummins Engine stand at this year’s Bauma will be dominated by one of the largest diesels at the show, alongside one of the smallest. The firm will show a 37kW (49hp) 2.8-litre QSF2.8 alongside its giant QSK95, which delivers 3,130kW (4,200hp). These two engines highlight extensions to both ends of the Cummins offering, one of the broadest in the industry that is capable of meeting the coming Stage IV/Tier 4 Final emissions legislation.
Cummins will add to that line-up with the introduction of the QSF3.8, delivering a power range of 63-98kW (85-132hp). This 3.8litre motor is EU Stage IIIB ready and features high pressure common rail and full electronic control. By using cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) and Selective Catalytic Reduction, Cummins has been able to meet the emissions regulation without the need for a diesel particulate filter (DPF) on the compact engine range.