Low-speed engine

  • 29-Apr-2013 09:16 EDT

Perkins offers the single turbo 1206F-E70TA engine, delivering up to 151 kW (202 hp) at 2200 rpm with maximum torque of 870 N·m (642 lb·ft) at 1400 rpm. When developing the 1200 Series, the company sought to minimize the impact of the aftertreatment required to meet Stage IV/Tier 4 Final requirements, particularly the reduction in NOx. The 1206F-E70TA DOC/DPF canister and the SCR system are packaged into one integrated module that can be positioned remotely in a machine chassis or directly on top of the engine. The lightweight, compact aftertreatment module minimizes space claim in the engine bay and incorporates various features to improve installation including flexible inlet and outlet options, pre-installed electronics, and diesel exhaust fluid lines hookups.

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