Oil and gas engine

  • 09-May-2013 10:06 EDT


Tognum’s MTU Series 4000 T95 engine for hydraulic fracturing applications is offered in a 12-V configuration with three power ratings: 1678 kW (2250 hp), 1864 kW (2500 hp), and 1939 kW (2600 hp). A 16-V configuration is also available with a power output of 2237 kW (3000 hp). The T95 is the latest MTU engine to achieve U.S. EPA Tier 4 final emissions standards using only advanced internal engine technology. It features MTU’s fourth-generation high-pressure common rail fuel injection and two-stage turbocharging with adjustable high-pressure exhaust gas recirculation to deliver low particulate and nitrogen oxide emissions without requiring aftertreatment, additives, or related infrastructure.

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