Cummins next-generation engines let Original Equipment Manufacturers and their customers do MORE WITH LESS:
MIDRANGE ENGINE EGR-FREE DESIGN DELIVERS MORE.
Simpler, easier installation with greater flexibility for global markets. Higher power density with greater low-end torque
for improved productivity and efficiency. Lower total cost of ownership with extended maintenance intervals and improved
fuel economy.Cummins 2019/2020 F3.8, B4.5, B.7 and L9 MidRange engines achieve all this without EGR.
Cummins proven Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology, along with our proprietary Single Module™ aftertreatment system have enabled tremendous gains in power, performance and productivity for engines ranging from the F3.8 to the L9. Horsepower is increased by
up to 10 percent, with peak torque increased by as much as 20 percent.
The Single Module system takes up 50 percent less space than the prior aftertreatment system, with a 30 percent reduction in weight. SCR, together with advanced combustion technology means fewer regeneration events, saving fuel and extended aftertreatment service intervals beyond 5000 hours, increasing productivity.
Elimination of cooled EGR allows for a smaller cooling package reducing costs for integration and installation, with reduced heat rejection. This lessens potential maintenance issues. Different types of turbochargers
are used depending on the power range and output of individual engines, but all are designed and manufactured by Cummins
PROVEN TECHNOLOGY. HEAVY-DUTY PERFORMANCE.
Cummins Heavy Duty X12 and X15 engines are utilized in much larger equipment and experience much greater load factors. We are using proven technology from Tier 4 Final engine models with minor modifications to reach Stage V emission standards. Not only does this make design and integration easier for OEMs, it provides customers with total confidence in a product they know and trust.
MORE CAPABLE ACROSS THE GLOBE.
This is technology that's been proven highly effective and efficient across multiple applications in all types of extreme duty cycles. These engines are capable of operating on high-sulfur fuel, up to 5000 parts per million. No longer is fuel quality a limiting factor for OEMs with a global customer base.
MORE ADVANCED OPTIONS.
Optional features include Stop/Start technology that adds an additional 5-15 percent greater fuel economy, and Connected Diagnostics™ that allows for analysis and diagnosis by Cummins experts on a real-time basis from remote locations.
In addition to having remote diagnostic capabilities, Cummins 2019/2020 off-highway engines are supported by Cummins Care, the world's largest and most capable support network with over 7,500 locations worldwide, which has also been
upgraded to deliver faster response to customer needs.
MORE TO LEARN.
This increase in power and performance across the entire power range from 74-675 hp and 600-2500 lb-ft of peak torque could allow you to replace your current engine with one of smaller displacement, without sacrificing anything. Click on the engine link below to learn more about each individual Cummins engine.
Check out our Bauma engine launch video, where Cummins 2019/2020 technology was first introduced.