Cummins India displayed new BSVI emission compliant engines, turbocharger technologies, exhaust aftertreatment technologies and solutions. Based on a non EGR architecture designed to reduced system complexities, and to provide better value to the customers, the new engines are claimed to be powerful, and provide high torque density. The engines are also claimed to offer superior reliability and extended service intervals. Of the products Cummins displayed, it were the ISB 6.7-litre engine, a common rail fuel system HE150 wastegate and HE200 variable geometry turbochargers, a flex module, and a range-extended electric powertrain that drew attention. The single module aftertreatment solution exclusively developed for BSVI engines, besides meeting emission requirements is said to be 60 per cent smaller, and 40 per cent lighter than modular aftertreatment systems offered by competitors. The advanced AUS32 dosing and mixing technologies Cummins is offering, are claimed to drive higher efficiencies in terms of NOx conversion. The objective of the company, claimed a source, is to be a one stop shop with complete engine solutions. In its bid to provide complete engine solutions, Cummins has developed a telematics interface to address changing market requirements in the area of remote diagnostics, prognostics and more.
⇩ The ISB 6.7-litre BSVI engine with AMT.
⇩ Common rail fuel system with multi-pulse injection.
⇧ Turbochargers on display included a HE150 wastegate turbocharger, and a HE200 variable geometry turbocharger among others. ⇧ Range-extended electric powertrain
⇨ A 200 series electric wastegate turbocharger mounted on an engine.
⇩ The ISB6.7 litre BSVI engine offers class leading power to weight ratio.