German engine firm Hatz says that its latest 3H50T diesel offers a compact power package for use in European Stage V emissions compliant machines. This is the newest addition to the H series and is a three-cylinder diesel that is said to offer high torque and EU Stage V compliance. The 3H50T is available in the Fan-to-Flywheel version as well as in an open power unit (OPU) variant.
The new engine competes in the class for under 19kW units and extends the product range of H-series engines. It has a displacement of 1.5litres and a maximum torque output of 130Nm, which the firm claims is the highest torque in its class.
The Hatz 3H50T achieves its output without an intercooler. It has a compact design without diesel particulate filter (DPF) gives significant benefits particularly for use in compact machines. It also has a low weight and compact installation dimensions, while its efficiency exceeds older engines in the 19-37kW class.
The new Hatz 3H50T engine satisfies current and future emission regulations, also including EU Stage V as well as EPA Tier IV final. The engine suits use in compact machines with restricted space conditions in which a diesel particulate filter is not feasible. The firm says that the 3H50T achieves a low particle mass that also undercuts the limit value by a factor of 10 without any further exhaust emission after-treatment such as exhaust gas recirculation or diesel oxidation catalyst.
The Hatz 3H50T OPU is a plug and play solution that is the ideal choice particularly for manufacturers of compact machines that need engines fully ready for installation. With its integrated and optimal design of the radiator, hoses and cabling as well as the electronics, the Hatz OPU concept greatly simplifies design and installation.