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exported to various locations around
the world including the U.S.
The DL08K’s fuel efficiency and
emissions levels are significantly
improved compared to the Tier 3
version, the company said. Variable
geometry turbocharging (VGT) technology is applied to the DL08K for
the optimum driving environment,
and common rail direct injection
pressure has been raised to 26,000
psi. In addition to EGR, a DOC and
a DPF are installed in the exhaust
system to reduce the amount of HC
and CO in the exhaust gas through
the regeneration process.
President: Glenn Cummins, Jr.
Engine Sales: Jaime Cummins, Scott Krawiec
Engineering: Glenn Cummins, III and Kyle Lick
Parts Manager: Rick Kwiatkowski
Service Manager: Jim Crumley
Gaseous Fuel: 20 to 230 hp
Gasoline: 20 to 230 hp
LPG: 20 to 230 hp
Dual Fuel: 20 to 230 hp
Engine Distributors Inc.
400 University Court
Blackwood, NJ 08012
Phone: (856) 228-7298
Fax: (856) 228-5531
All of EDI’s Ford engines are designed and built with common platforms. The
engines are fully electronic, using systems from E-Controls. The current EDI Ford
engine lineup consists of the 1. 6 and 2. 3 L models, transitioning to the 2. 5 L
— a direct replacement available in early 2012, EDI said — and the 6. 8 L.
Currently, EDI said its 1. 6 and 6. 8 L engines are EPA and CARB certified
for gasoline, LPG, natural gas and CNG fuels. The 2. 3 L engine is certified for gasoline and LPG and will be replaced by the 2. 5 L, which will be
certified for use with all fuels types (gasoline, LPG, natural gas and CNG)
in early 2012.
Also, EDI said it is working on a Ford 3. 7 L V6 engine that will go into production in early 2012 and will be certified for operation with gasoline, LPG, natural
gas and CNG.
Fiat Powertrain Technologies
North America Inc.
900 Veterans Blvd.
Burr Ridge, IL 60527
Phone: (630) 481-2905
Fax: (630) 887-2009
Sales: Jeff Williams, Mark Costello,
Parts and Service: Archie Emmert
Diesel: 20 to 1032 hp
Gaseous Fuel: 134 to 268 hp
New for the FPT marine diesel
range, with engines now available in
North America, is the model C90, a
six-cylinder, 8. 7 L engine rated 620
hp at 2530 rpm. Both turbocharged and turbocharged/aftercooled versions will be
available, FTP said, and target applications are 42 to 52 ft. pleasure boats, as well
as commercial marine uses.
FPT said the new C90 features a number of premium diesel technologies
including electronic engine management, common rail fuel injection, four valves
per cylinder, as well as a one-piece cylinder head with overhead camshaft and a
rear geartrain timing system. All, FPT said, are focused on thermodynamic efficiency, reduced emissions and fuel consumption, low noise and vibration.
The engine features second-generation common rail fuel injection with electronic control incorporated into the cylinder head cover, which increases safety
and reduces noise reduction.
For agricultural applications, development has been completed and production
started on the new two-stage turbocharged C13 engine, with power output ranging up to 660 hp. This engine is equipped with a new-generation common rail fuel
system with injection pressure up to 32,000 psi and an SCR system for NOx reduction. The completely new engine hardware are designed to be compliant with Tier
4 interim/Stage 3b limits and ready for Tier 4 final/Stage 4, FPT said.
FPT also recently unveiled two mechanical engines for underground mining applications that it said meet U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology (CANMET) and Tier 3 certifications.
The engines, the N45 4 MSS X and the N67 MNT X, can be configured to meet
many mining application needs including man trips, roof bolters, personnel carriers and service centers.
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