According to Cummins Turbo Technologies, a new addition to its existing range of large turbochargers for engines with displacements of 16 liters and more incorporates new technologies capable of improving overall turbocharger efficiency of typical applications by up to 10 percent.
Two 13.5L generator drive diesel engines for emergency stationary gen-set applications are available in the 350- to 500-kWe range.
Capable of producing up to 512 horsepower, Cummins QSM12 six-cylinder, 12-liter engine is designed, says the manufacturer, with a compact envelope that results in a power-to-weight ratio some 30 percent more favorable than the class average for engines with similar power ranges.
Cummins next-generation QSK50 engine is ready to meet EPA Tier 4-Final emissions standards in configurations up to 2,000 horsepower for powering large mining haul trucks, hydraulic excavators and loaders.
Cummins’ Q-series diesels will meet federal Tier 4-Final and Euro IV limits in 2014 with exhaust aftertreatment systems.