Cummins Announces Single Module for Midrange Stage V Engines

January 21, 2016

Fleets seeking to meet the European Commission's proposed Stage V emissions standards now have Cummins Single Module component for 4 to 9 liter engines.

The single cylinder design of the Single Module is uses advanced catalyst technologies for improved PM and NOx reduction capabilities. The diesel particulate filter's passive regeneration events minimize the need for preventative cleaning and maintenance and the selective catalytic reduction system is coupled with the UL2 Urea Dosing System that delivers a fine mist of urea.

A critical enabler of the Single Module's reduced weight and size is the Compact Mixer, a helical urea decomposition chamber developed in conjunction with partner company, Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies. The Compact Mixer enables optimal urea mixing while minimizing the risk of urea deposits, ensuring the system remains as efficient as possible in NOx conversion.

"We are very excited to announce the development of the Single Module to our customers in this market," said Marina Savelli, General Manager of the off-highway business for Cummins Emission Solutions. "As the requirement to meet the emissions levels set for Stage V becomes ever nearer, our customers are looking for an innovative solution to meet their needs. With the Single Module, we have a product that not only does this, but also delivers on the diverse engine and application needs of the customer with a number of options to choose from."

Cummins' Single Module product platform is designed to be adaptable for different applications. Various length options gives customers the opportunity to select the right aftertreatment system sized appropriately for their engine output needs.

Source: Cummins