DEERE LAUNCHES TIER 3
Certified diesel engine range covers 99 to 750 hp for propulsion and generator drive applications
John Deere Power Systems (JDPS) has announced that it will meet U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) marine Tier
3 emissions regulations with diesel
engines from 99 to 750 hp (74 to 559
kW). New PowerTech 9.0 and 13. 5 L
Tier 3 propulsion and generator drive
engines join the previously announced
4. 5 and 6. 8 L Tier 3 models for commercial and recreational applications.
JDPS said its Tier 3 marine engines
also meet current European Union
emissions requirements for propulsion
engines used on recreational craft and
inland waterway vessels. The engines
also meet current limits established
by International Maritime Organization
(IMO) MARPOL Annex VI.
The PowerTech 6090AFM85,
Power Tech 6090SFM85, Power Tech
6135AFM85 and PowerTech
6135SFM85 propulsion and generator
drive engines are the latest additions
to the John Deere Tier 3 lineup. Tier
3 regulations impacting these 9.0 and
13. 5 L engines take effect in 2014.
John Deere has added two new 9.0
L models to its lineup of Tier 3 marine
engines: the PowerTech 6090AFM85
and PowerTech 6090SFM85 propul-
sion and generator drive engines.
The PowerTech 6090AFM85 is an
air-to-coolant aftercooled version of the
John Deere 9.0 L engine and is available in four different propulsion ratings
from 285 to 425 hp (213 to 317 kW);
gen-set ratings include 297 hp (222
k W) at 1800 rpm for 60 Hz and 261 hp
(195 k W) at 1500 rpm for 50 Hz.
The PowerTech 6090SFM85 is
a turbocharged and air-to-seawater
aftercooled engine. The model is
available in five different propulsion
ratings from 325 to 550 hp (242 to
50 DIESEL PROGRESS NORTH AMERICAN EDITION January 2014
Among the Deere diesels introduced to meet EPA marine Tier 3 regulations that take effect this month is the 6090SFM85, a turbocharged
and air-to-seawater aftercooled engine. The 6090SFM85 is available in five different propulsion ratings from 325 to 550 hp, while generator
drive ratings include 298 hp at 1500 rpm for 50 Hz and 373 hp at 1800 rpm for 60 Hz systems.