The dynamic 2600 Series delivers power density and performance in a uniquely compact package – providing an impressive 40 kW/L (53.5 hp/L) at 0.45 kW/kg (0.27 hp/lb). That makes it an ideal choice for a broad range of off-highway applications, from agricultural machinery like tractors and harvesters, to construction equipment such as excavators and dozers, to material handling equipment as well as industrial pumps and compressors. The 2600 Series is built and tested to power more of the equipment that moves the world forward.
The Perkins® 2606J-E13TA IOPU provides a complete
plug-and-play power solution to meet EU Stage V, U.S.
EPA Tier 4 Final and other equivalent emissions standards.
The 2606EA-E13TA IOPU meets China Nonroad Stage IV
emissions standards. Beyond the baseline variable turbocharger
and common rail direct injection technologies, the IOPU
configurations come equipped with engine-mounted
aftertreatment, an integrated cooling pack, and full wire
harnessing coupled to a single engine-mounted ECM.
The Perkins® 2606J-E13TA industrial engine is equipped with
variable turbocharged, common rail direct injection technology,
meeting EU Stage V, U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final and other equivalent
emissions standards. The 2606EA-E13TA meets China Nonroad
Stage IV emissions standards. Identical performance across these
certifications provides global customers a single source solution,
streamlining design, installation, and service processes.
Join Perkins Engines experts as they give you exclusive access to the all-new 13-litre engine that eliminates the need for 15- or 18-litre-sized engines in your heavy equipment. Explore the engine’s benefits including unmatched power density, improved transient response, and consolidated inventory costs while meeting your power needs.
Giving a sneak preview of what the industry can expect in 2026, when the range will begin to be made available to market, Perkins Engines unveiled its brand new 13-litre engine platform, the 2600 series, at an exclusive launch event at London's Shard in September 2023. The first engine expected from the range is the 2606. Here lead engineer on the project Allen Chen explains to iVT editor Tom Stone a bit more about the key features of the engine series. It has been completely redesigned, starting with a clean sheet, and includes an innovative fluids module and future-proofing features for possible new emissions standards and hybridisation. Video from iVT International.
Perkins Engines recently launched its new 2600 series engine platform, and product expert Allen Chen was on hand to walk Peter Haddock around the engine, also known as the 2606, at its press event.
On its ‘Together we Power Ahead’ themed stand, Peter Haddock talks to expert Paul Muller. We walk around the stand and discuss the development of the new battery solutions since being launched a Bauma and the official launch of its diesel electric hybrid powertrain solution. Paul also introduces the new 13 litre engine platform which is a major step forward in power and performance from a smaller footprint.