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Two new engines offer lower emissions and greater power than their predecessors.
MTU Asia has unveiled new engines to meet the demands of EU Stage IV and EPA Tier 4 and EU Stage III B and EPA Tier 4i (interim) legislation.
Engine manufacturer Honda has taken legal action against two Chinese companies that it claims showed copied Honda products at a gardening equipment show in Cologne in September.
New emission laws for diesel engines come into force in Europe and the US at the start of next year. What will they mean in terms of price, performance and fuel efficiency for contractors in these regions?
Briggs & Stratton Commercial Power's new four model Vanguard engine range features an automatic fuel cut-off system that prevents fuel spilling during transport and contaminating the engine oil.
Volvo Penta has been issued with Stage IIIB certification for its 13 litre engine family.
Perkins uses bauma to announce new US$ 183 million Chinese production facility will begin manufacturing in June, three months ahead of schedule.
German engine manufacturer Deutz has extended a supply agreement that will see it continue to develop and supply diesel engines for Volvo.
Mitsubishi will be one of several engine producers showing off Tier 4/Stage IV engines, although in Mitsubishi’s case it is for small engines less than 74 kW.
While engine manufacturers develop systems to reduce NOx and PM, fuel is another area that can influence exhaust emissions.
Deutz, Robert Bosch, and J. Eberspächer have signed a memorandum of understanding to set up a tri-party collaboration to address exhaust gas after treatments for off-highway equipment.
Scania has signed a long-term but non-exclusive agreement to supply Stage IIIB compliant engines featuring selective catalytic reduction (SCR) to Terex.
Stage IIIB engine emissions legislation will see the use of two principal technologies to deal with exhaust gases. Steve Skinner reports on these systems and the implications for equipment owners and users.
The latest emission laws are putting engine suppliers to the test and leading to some innovative projects
A Doosan and XCMG partnership has set its sights on becoming one of the world's 10 largest engine manufacturers.
Three manufacturers are exploring the possibility of a joint venture in the area of exhaust-gas after treatments for off-highway machines ahead of the next stage of engine emissions regulations which come into effect in 2011.
Steve Skinner reports on the installation of Tier 4 Interim/Stage IIIB compliant engines into equipment and looks at the solutions being adopted and how end users will be affected.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has brought a civil action against three US companies for the importation and sale on non-compliant Chinese engines
A head-to-head test conducted by Cummins has shown its Tier 4 Interim (Stage IIIB) QSB6.7 engine offers a +5% fuel efficiency improvement over its Tier 3 (Stage IIIA) predecessor.