A robust electronically controlled common rail engine provides the opportunity to increase power and low speed torque, whilst maintaining displacement volume, and still achieving the emissions standards. It uses advanced common rail, fuel pump and injectors, combined with the latest high capacity fuel filtration to provide an engine which is reliable when used with varying standards of fuel around the world. With an electronic control and high pressure common rail system the engine can be integrated fully into the machine, delivering smoother operation for the user, faster response and providing operator feedback on engine performance.
The 1106 engines have been specifically designed for use in territories with Stage II/IIIA and Tier 2/3 equivalent emissions standards, using the best technologies to ensure a reliable and easy to maintain machine. It uses a turbocharged aftercooled engine to offer the best combination of power delivery and response, whilst still meeting the emissions standards.
The engines have mechanical or electronic fuel injection with standard 500 hour service intervals. And single side service components, for ease of end user servicing.
Common front and rear ends, connection points and components across the range mean that you can easily install a different 1100 Series engine in your application.
With our network of distributors, you will find all the advice you need to ensure you get the right engine. By building strong relationships with you, we make sure you have access to the full power of the Perkins brand and expertise. Our fully trained experts deliver total service support 24/7, 365 days of the year. Whether you need technical information, parts identification or ordering, our distribution network is there to make sure your Perkins engine keeps on running at peak performance.
The high quality oil and fuel filtration on our 1100 Series range produces an engine that is reliable and durable. Ecoplus fuel filtration is available to boost its clean running qualities and the engine is capable of running on a wide range of global fuels including biodiesel.