Deutz is broadening its range of low emission engine solutions, with new engines and fuel types. The company is also boosting its engine line-up. The new TTCD6.1 diesel is a 6.1litre unit and is the first engine from the firm to have met the Stage V emission requirements for Europe. Also new are the latest versions of the TCD3.6, TCD4.1, (T)TCD61 and (T)TCD7.8 engines, which also meet the stage V requirements.
Deutz has also increased its offering moving up the power output range. Michael Ziegler from the firm said, “We have a new engine family at the upper end of the range.”
Deutz’s TCD9, TCD12 and TCD13.5 engines have capacities of 9, 12 and 13litres respectively. These diesels have been added to the range through the partnership with construction machine manufacturer Liebherr. Although the engines were developed by Liebherr, Deutz has the rights to manufacture and sell the engines and Ziegler added, “They’re 100% integrated into our sales network.”