The Perkins® Syncro engines offer a compact power solution for off-highway applications in construction, agriculture and industrial.For our customers these compact, 4 cylinder engines provide excellent performance in power, peak and low speed torque, fuel consumption and transient response. Reliability and easy service access are integral to the design of the engines. It is available with a range of installation options to enable OEMs to minimise the size of the engine bay of their machines. 904J-E28T INDUSTRIAL ENGINE 2.8 litre 55 kW (74 hp) EU Stage VU.S. EPA. Tier 4 Final. Japan MLIT Step 4
|Emissions||EU Stage V. U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final. Japan MLIT Step 4 EU Stage V. U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final. Japan MLIT Step 4||More Less|
|Bore||3.5 in 90.0 mm||More Less|
|Stroke||4.3 in 110.0 mm||More Less|
|Displacement||171.0 in³ 2.8 l||More Less|
|Aspiration||Turbocharged Turbocharged||More Less|
|Rotation from Flywheel End||Anti-clockwise Anti-clockwise||More Less|
|Cycle||4 stroke 4 stroke||More Less|
|Combustion System||Direct injection Direct injection||More Less|
|Cooling System||Liquid Liquid||More Less|
|Number of Cylinders||4 inline 4 inline||More Less|
|Compression Ratio||17:1 17:1||More Less|
|Note 1||Final dimensions dependent on selected options Final dimensions dependent on selected options||More Less|
The fuel consumption is optimised to match the operating cycles of a wide range of off-highway machines. No additional fluids or additives are required which lowers operating costs and operator training.
Hydraulic tappets, multi-vee belts and 500 hour service intervals enable low cost maintenance.
The engine has been designed using the latest predictive engineering methods, combined with an extensive field validation program to ensure reliable power in the toughest off-highway conditions.
Quality, reliability and consistency are assured. Our facilities worldwide employ the same efficient processes, the same tested and validated components, and the same stringent quality controls wherever your engines are manufactured.
A modular engine concept allows OEMs to design one engine installation for many different regions. This reduces cost and development time for cooling pack, mounting, hydraulic and control interfaces.