Sulfur tolerance solution

  • 17-Apr-2014 12:42 EDT

As part of its effort to provide advanced off-highway diesel engine technology, Rolls-Royce Power Systems offers a high-sulfur fuel capability for its family of MTU industrial engines. The Sulfur Tolerance Solution will be available for Tier 4 interim MTU Series 900, 500, and 460 engines and will enable OEMs to use the latest MTU engine technology in countries where ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel is not available, while protecting engines from the detrimental effects of high sulfur fuel. In addition, the MTU Sulfur Tolerance Solution will simplify design, ordering, and installation processes for global OEMs and repower customers.

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