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JCB Power Systems
1000 Park Avenue
Dove Valley Park
Tel: + 44 (0) 1889 590312
Fax: + 44 (0) 1283 585630
Sales: Robert Payne
Marketing: Ann Bracken
Engineering: Dan Taylor
Parts and Service: John Jennings
Diesel: 74 to 284 hp
JCB Power Systems unveiled its
complete EPA Tier 4 final emissions
solution at ConExpo-Con/Agg. The
JCB Ecomax engine line meets the
Tier 4 final standards without the use of
a diesel particulate filter (DPF) through
the use of combustion technology that
minimizes exhaust emissions within
the engine, the company said.
JCB’s Ecomax engines were also
recalibrated for Tier 4 final, which
resulted in a further 5% fuel saving compared to previous models,
the company said. A compact selective catalytic reduction (SCR) solution
with a urea-based additive will be
used on engines above 74 hp. The
The JCB Dieselmax 672 engine.
SCR catalyst is incorporated into a
single-exhaust muffler, in most cases
replacing the existing exhaust box, to
provide a “one can” solution.
With no requirement for a DPF, the
JCB Power Systems engine package is particularly compact, making
it easier to install in a wide variety of
machines without alterations to bodywork, the company said.
JCB also unveiled a Tier 4 final
four-cylinder Ecomax engine for industrial power units and for generator
drive installations. Lower tier variants
are available for lesser-regulated territories, the company said.
In June 2013, JCB announced plans
to begin production of six-cylinder
engines with the addition of the JCB
Dieselmax 672 to its engine lineup.
The JCB Dieselmax 672 is based
on the company’s four-cylinder 4. 8 L
Dieselmax engine, with a high degree
of parts commonality across the two
engine platforms, JCB said. In pro-