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Engines, Emissions, Cooling, Filtration & Silencing

15 April 2012

INTERMAT launch for Deutz emissions solution

Deutz has announced its solutions to forthcoming engine emissions regulations and will use INTERMAT to showcase its entire engine portfolio equipped with D-Vert (Deutz Variable Emission Reduction Technology) components to meet Stage IV/Tier 4 regulations.

And with cutting-edge combustion chamber management, the engine maker said customers can also expect fuel savings of up to 5%.

With its TCD 3.6 L engine, the firm has achieved a state of emissions cleanliness using a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) exhaust after-treatment. From 4.1 to 16 litres (TCD 4.1L to TCD 16L) the engine range will be using a diesel particulate filter and SCR after-treatment.

“With the new engine ratings, we can give our customers the option of down-sizing – to replace a large-displacement Tier 3 engine with a smaller Tier 4 engine that delivers a higher power density,” said Deutz media relations manager Frank Wesolowski. “This also compensates for the additional cost for cooling and emissions control systems.”

Mr Wesolowski adds that the D-Vert system is modular and makes it possible to de-tier an engine if necessary, for example, for those exporting secondhand equipment to markets that do not need to meet such legislation.

Hall: 5B Stand: K042