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2008-06-19
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When several sensors are added throughout a vehicle, setup and calibration are far less of a problem than in the past. That is if off-highway test engineers use sensors that employ a standard that stores identification data on the sensor, bringing plug-and-play to the testing field.
2011-10-28
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Cummins Inc. and Guangxi LiuGong Machinery Co. Ltd. have formed a joint-venture partnership to manufacture engines at a new facility to be built in Liuzhou City, Guangxi Province, in southern China. The JV operation is expected to commence engine production in 2013, with initial operations beginning as early as 2012 to include engine-kit assembly.
2011-11-04
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Gentech’s SCR sensor is designed to detect the presence of and measure the level and temperature of AdBlue, the diesel emission fluid used in exhaust aftertreatment to reduce NOx emissions.
2012-04-04
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The rising price of energy is expected to further increase the demand for more fuel-efficient diesel engines and also for natural gas engines—a key focus of Cummins' high-horsepower engine development programs.
2012-07-30
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Cummins Inc. has acquired the emissions control assets of Hilite International in Marktheidenfeld, Germany, and made them part of Cummins Emission Solution (CES), positioning the company to serve all major market applications with a Cummins doser.
2012-10-05
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Neil Pattison, Cummins' Director of On-Highway Engine Business for EMEA & CIS, discusses Euro 6, natural gas, and hybridization at the recent IAA Commercial Vehicles Show in Hanover.
2009-07-20
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The off-highway equipment industry is on a clear path to introduce machines with near-zero emissions, made possible using advanced engine technologies and integrated exhaust aftertreatment. As Cummins looks ahead, perhaps an even greater challenge for the engine manufacturer is to also achieve higher fuel efficiency for the next generation of clean diesel engines.
2009-12-03
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Cummins’ new ISX11.9 11.9-L engine would be a comfortable fit for European automotive use. Truck engine capacity in Europe averages around 12 to 13 L for long-haul use, around 2 to 3 L less than the average in North America. For North America, Cummins is targeting dump trucks, mixers, fire trucks, and refuse vehicles for the engine.
2009-11-05
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The impact of Tier 4 interim regulations goes well beyond engines, stretching to the infrastructure needed for new aftertreatment techniques and to human-machine-interface issues.
2009-10-23
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Cummins Inc. launched a new marine center in Dordrecht, the Netherlands, to support Cummins distributors and their marine business in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The center’s capabilities include project management, application engineering, design engineering, technical support, commissioning engineering, distributor order, and supply order management.
2011-04-18
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Technologies such as OBD, telematics, various hybrid systems, or waste-heat-recovery systems will become more common as we look toward the future of efficient and clean diesel power, says Cummins.
2010-09-30
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Cummins Inc. claimed in a Sept. 21 announcement that it had achieved an industry milestone by commencing production and supply of the first EPA Tier 4 Interim and EU Stage IIIB certified engines and aftertreatment for early installation by off-highway equipment customers.
2010-11-13
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Hyster has introduced its new generation of forklifts, container handlers, and reach stackers that are said to achieve up to 15% improved fuel efficiency. The 16- to 48-t (18- to 53-ton) capacity Hyster Big Truck range features Cummins QSL9 and QSB6.7 engines with an integrated air-intake-to-exhaust aftertreatment system meeting U.S.
2011-02-09
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Cummins' Tier 4 Interim Clear Advantage lineup features 3.3- to 15-L engines, ranging from 60 to 600 hp (45 to 448 kW).
2011-02-01
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Cummins Inc. has entered into an agreement to sell its exhaust business to Global Tube, a portfolio company of Wind Point Partners, a Chicago-headquartered private equity firm. The sale to Global Tube affects Cummins’ acoustic exhaust operations in Stoughton, Arcadia, Black River Falls, and Viroqua, all in Wisconsin, as well as in Scoresby, Australia, and Daman, India.
2009-03-20
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At this year’s Intermat, Cummins is introducing its next-generation QSL9 engine platform, which it says will be ready to meet U.S. EPA Tier 4 Interim and EU Stage IIIB emissions regulations and do so with better performance and a lower cost of operation.
2009-06-18
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Cummins’ four-cylinder QSB3.3 and QSB4.5 engines will meet EU Stage IIIB and U.S. EPA Tier 4 Interim off-highway emissions in 2012 across a 75- to 160-hp (56- to 119-kW) power range.
2008-07-11
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The heavy-duty QSX engine from Cummins increases displacement to 16 L and incorporates an XPI high pressure common rail fuel system to improve power output and engine response.
2008-07-11
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Cummins offers a next-generation QSB6.7 engine, featuring a fully integrated air intake to exhaust aftertreatment system and poised to meet EPA Tier 4 Interim and European Stage IIIB off-highway emissions regulations in January 2011.
2008-07-28
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The heavy-duty QSX engine from Cummins has been revamped to displace 16 L, and will be available with a fully integrated air intake to exhaust aftertreatment system to meet EPA Tier 4 Interim and European Stage IIIB off-highway emissions regulations in January 2011.
2008-08-14
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Cummins Inc. has concluded its joint ventures with CNH Global N.V. and Iveco N.V. Under the new agreement, Cummins will purchase CNH’s equity stake in Consolidated Diesel Co. (CDC) and will sell its interest in the European Engine Alliance (EEA).
2010-07-19
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Looking beyond Tier 4 Final regulations, Cummins predicts technologies such as onboard diagnostics, telematics, various hybrid systems, and waste heat recovery methods will become more common as the industry looks toward the future of more efficient diesel power.
2010-08-20
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VanDyne SuperTurbo Inc. has signed a contract with Cummins Inc. to develop more fuel-efficient Class 8 trucks using VanDyne SuperTurbochargers. The agreement is part of the Super Truck program, a cost-sharing initiative between the Department of Energy (DOE) and the private sector.
2010-01-14
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The U.S. Department of Energy recently awarded $187 million for nine projects aimed at improving vehicle efficiency. Most of the grant money, $115 million, is targeted at advances that will increase the fuel efficiency of Class 8 long-haul freight trucks 50% by 2015. Among the technologies to be investigated are engine combustion, engine waste heat recovery, powertrain hybridization, idle reduction, and aerodynamics.
2010-01-14
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The winners of recently awarded federal grants totaling $187 million to improve vehicle efficiency will help create more than 500 engineering, research, and management jobs.
2010-03-15
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While there is much emphasis on Tier 4 engine technology, Cummins will also have on hand its 3500-hp (2610-kW) QSK78 mining engine.
2010-03-01
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Initial results of Cummins' Tier 4 Interim/Stage IIIB field-test program have confirmed up to a 5% higher fuel efficiency and improved productivity over Tier 3-powered commercial equipment.
2009-02-19
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Mowag awarded Cummins Inc. a supply contract for 198 ISBe 5.9-L engines rated at 250 hp (186 kW) to power Eagle IV patrol vehicles for the German army. This is a follow-on order from Mowag for 90 ISBe 5.9-L engines for the Danish army.
2015-11-16
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The Energy Department recently awarded Cummins, the nation’s only independent diesel engine maker, a two-year, $4.5-million grant to boost its previous mark by 5 percentage points to 55% brake thermal efficiency.
2016-02-17
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After launching the burly Titan XD last fall, Nissan promised a light-duty version as a follow-up. Now it's here: the half-ton 2017 Titan launches this summer.
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