ber is designed to optimize engine-lubricating performance in most rammer operating conditions.
More information on American Honda
ARROW ENGINE CO.
engines can be found in the 2014 Diesel
& Gas Turbine Sourcing Guide and at
Arrow Engine Co.
2301 East Independence Street
Tulsa, OK 74110-4900
Tel: (918) 583-5711
Fax: (918) 699-2202
Sales and Marketing: Kevin Boucher,
Parts, Service and Warranty: David
Gaseous Fuels: 6 to 175 hp
Arrow Engine said it is now in full
production of its newly released A90
NA and A90 TA gas engines. The NA
is naturally aspirated and rated 110
bhp at 1800 rpm for continuous duty,
while the TA is turbocharged and aftercooled with a rating of 150 hp at 1800
rpm. Both new engines are inline, six-cylinder, 8. 9 L units that have water-cooled exhaust manifolds and air-to-air
aftercooling. They are designed for
continuous power generation, compressor drive, irrigation, oil lift and
cogeneration applications, Arrow said.
The engines are also available with
optional cooling systems and controls
that allow them to operate in extremely cold climates to - 22°F, Arrow said.
The A90 NA and A90 TA engines
also power the VRC and VRS compressor frames that Arrow manufactures and packages in its compressor division.
Arrow said that a new 16 L, six-cylinder engine is in the final development phase and is slated for release
this year. The engine will be rated 225
hp at 1800 rpm naturally aspirated
and 300 hp in its turbocharged and
Arrow’s range will then be extended
to 300 hp, allowing the engines to be
applied in the shale drilling and deep-
well irrigation applications where
horsepower demands are steadily on
the rise, Arrow said.
All of the new engines will incor-
porate the Arrow Engine Control
System (AECS). The fully interactive
and diagnostic system is designed to
manage all fuel and ignition functions
on the engine, the company said.
All Arrow multicylinder engines will
meet current EPA standards with the
use of three-way catalytic systems,
the company said.
More information on Arrow engines
can be found in the 2014 Diesel &
Gas Turbine Sourcing Guide and at
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