The benefits of integrating our engine technology go beyond meeting EU Stage V/U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final emission standards. Our solutions also provide OEMs with improved performance and fuel efficiency, dependable power and a lifetime of low costs for the operator.
Thoughtful product development and a flexible approach to integration mean we have a wide range of options available to suit every customer’s needs.
However unusual or challenging your application, we have the technology and expertise to handle it:
When it comes to integrating our engine technologies, we’ll be as flexible as you need us to be. We offer an incredible number of configuration and integration options, with pipe positions and connection points designed to suit your application. Fuel filters can be fitted on either side of an engine – or even integrated deeper if you’re tight on space.
Our filters are also good for life and many of them are service free, making them a dependable and economical choice.
If you don’t need us to be so versatile, then that’s fine too. Customers looking for faster, more straightforward solutions can choose from one of several more standardised versions of our technologies.
Our engine technologies allow customers to meet Stage V/Tier 4 Final emissions standards in a flexible and cost effective way. As well as delivering the necessary emission reductions, we’ll work with you to improve power density and fuel efficiency – and get the maximum value from your engine.
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