Through downsizing many compact machines with a performance class of 19 to 37 kilowatts can also be appropriately driven with diesel engines of less than 19 kilowatts. This saves machine manufacturers time and costs in implementing the Stage V standard.
The basis for this are modern engines of less than 19 kilowatts, such as the liquid cooled Hatz 3H50T. This engine has been specially constructed for low emissions at a very high torque. This is reached not only by superimposing state-of-the-art technology on an already existing engine. Hatz is taking a new approach and has newly constructed its H-series engines from scratch. As a result, the engine can fully exploit the benefits of common-rail injection technology, for example, which would not be possible with an older engine technology.
The Hatz 3H50T puts the manufacturers of compact machines in a position of intelligently implementing Stage V, and safeguards investments already made in the construction of their machines.
Exhibitor: Motorenfabrik Hatz GmbH & Co. KG