Cum­mins In­dia

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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.

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