Five new 2. 9 L diesels from 41 to 74 hp targeted for prime power and
John Deere Power Systems has introduced five new PowerTech 2.9L generator-drive diesel engines with power
ratings from 41 to 74 hp that
are targeted for use in prime
power or standby applications.
The new engines include models
that meet Tier 4 final, Tier 4 interim
and Stage 3a emissions regulations. Nonemissions-certified
models are also available
for nonregulated markets
and stationary applications
in the European Union.
The new PowerTech
2.9L generator drive diesel
engine models include:
• PowerTech 3029HFG03,
Tier 4 final, 48 to 74 hp at
•PowerTech 3029HFG89, Tier 4
interim/Stage 3a, 62 hp at 1800
rpm and 58 hp at 1500 rpm.
•PowerTech 3029TFG89, Tier 4
interim/Stage 3a, 47 hp at 1800
rpm and 42 hp at 1500 rpm.
• PowerTech 3029DF129 noncertified, 47 hp at 1800 rpm and 41 hp
at 1500 rpm.
• PowerTech 3029TF129 noncertified, 64 hp at 1800 rpm and 56 hp
at 1500 rpm.
Generator set power units are available with the Power Tech 3029TFG89,
3029DF129 and 3029TF129.
The Tier 4 interim/Stage 3a and noncertified engines feature a mechanical
fuel-injection pump. Heavy-duty features include replaceable (wet) cylinder liners that provide for heat dissipation and are precision-machined for
longevity. The new PowerTech2.9L
series has moved from imperial to
The PowerTech 3029HFG03 Tier
4 final engine features an electronic
high-pressure common rail fuel sys
tem that provides injection pressures
up to 23,000 psi. It also utilizes an
exhaust filter consisting of a diesel
oxidation catalyst (DOC) and diesel
particulate filter (DPF).
The full lineup of John Deere generator drive engines ranges from 2. 9
to 13. 5 L and covers gen-set ratings
from 42 to 755 hp. These engines
include nonemissions-certified; EU
Stage 2 and Stage 3a; and EPA
Tier 3, Tier 4 interim and Tier 4 final
Targeted for use in prime power or standby
applications, John Deere Power Systems
has introduced five new PowerTech 2.9L
generator-drive diesel engines with power
ratings from 41 to 74 hp.