Industrial powertrain manufacturer FPT Industrial will exhibit its new line-up of Tier 4 Final Industrial Power Units (IPUs) for the US market at the International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition (ICUEE), held in Louisville, Kentucky (USA), on 29 September – 1 October 2015.
Debuting in the US, the new line-up of Tier 4 Final IPUs ranges from 4.5- to 13-liters and provides a more versatile, flexible packaging style for use in a wide variety of industrial applications. On show will be the new NEF 67 and Cursor 9 IPUs, which both feature FPT Industrial’s patented High Efficiency Selective Catalytic Reduction (HI-eSCR) technology to comply with Tier 4 Final emission regulations.
The six-cylinder in-line NEF 67 produces between 129 kW and 210 kW*, with full torque of 1,150 Nm in a wide rpm range delivering constant output and power when required. It features second generation Common Rail fuel injection technology, charge air cooling and variable turbocharger, while a Visctronic electronic fan ensures it runs at optimum temperature.
Alongside will be the Cursor 9, which is a six-cylinder, 8.7-litre engine with variable geometry turbo and the latest Common Rail fuel injection system. Producing a power output range of 245 to 305 kW* and a torque range of 1,510 to 1,800 Nm, it still boasts the low fuel consumption and low running costs of all FPT Industrial products.
Both comply with the strictest Tier 4 Final emission regulations thanks to the HI-eSCR after-treatment system, which cuts nitrogen oxide (NOx) levels by more than 95% without the use of Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) and Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF). The system converts NOx to diatomic nitrogen and water; it’s technology that has been utilized and proven on over 500,000 FPT Industrial engines.
FPT Industrial and its new IPU offering will be located in the Indoor Area (Booth #2015), where the company’s team of experts will be on-hand to discuss its latest versatile solutions. For more information visit www.fptindustrial.com.
* NEF 67 and Cursor 9 data is preliminary.