New engine installation options

Cummins says that its B6.7 and L9 Performance Series Power Units now are offered with new engine power take-off (PTO) capabilities. This allows the engines to be used in power applications such as cranes, crushers and screeners.
Engines, Components & Tyres / September 21, 2020
The latest Cummins L9 diesels can now be used for a wider range of installations
The latest Cummins L9 diesels can now be used for a wider range of installations

These power units are available with output ratings from 75–503kW, delivered as a complete and ready-made package.  This comprises an engine, exhaust aftertreatment system, radiator and cooling system, plus auxiliaries such as mounting feet, hoses and an air cleaner. More than 60% of the content is pre-approved, which is said to make the machine integration process simpler and quicker.

These engines have higher power densities than previous units, suiting them to hard- working applications such as crushing, screening and pumping.

To increase the flexibility and capability of the power units, the firm has integrated the new single and dual rear-engine power take-offs (REPTO).  These complement their standard PTO capability used for items such as hydraulic pumps.  

As an example, fitted with the dual REPTO, the L9 will have a total drive capability of 560Nm. Integrated into the flywheel housing the dual REPTO is compact and has a minimal impact on engine packaging, while added weight is approximately 100kg.

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