Deutz has developed a telemetry system for industrial engines that it says allow the engine and all machinery to be constantly evaluated in real time. By constantly monitoring engine and machine use and availability, customers can identify excess capacities and improve the efficiency of their vehicle fleets. The telematics work bi-directionally, providing remote access to defined functions as well as analyzing and monitoring the machine.
Deutz AG and Shandong Changlin Machinery Group Co., Ltd., a Chinese manufacturer of agricultural machinery and construction equipment, have agreed to establish a joint venture, Deutz (Shandong) Engine Co., Ltd., for the production of 2011 series engines beginning in early 2013.
AB Volvo and Deutz AG have signed a nonbinding memorandum of understanding (MOU) to explore the potential to extend their long-term cooperation with joint development of next-generation medium-duty engines for off-highway applications.
BorgWarner supplies its B-series generation turbochargers for Deutz 6.1-L, 6-cylinder heavy-duty diesel agricultural engines.
Robert Bosch GmbH, Deutz AG, and Eberspaecher GmbH & Co. KG have signed an agreement to set up a joint venture—to be known as Bosch Emission Systems GmbH & Co. KG and headquartered in Stuttgart—in the area of diesel exhaust aftertreatment.
BorgWarner supplies its latest B-series generation turbochargers for the newly developed Deutz 6.1-L, six-cylinder, heavy-duty diesel engine used in the agricultural machinery segment, with start of production in January 2011.
The latest Boart Longyear drill rig combines a patent-pending mast with a stable tracked crawler base for varied applications.
Hybrid drives have been gaining ground in passenger cars for years. That trend is starting to emerge in the off-highway industry, particularly in equipment with frequent acceleration and braking, such as excavators, loaders, and forklifts.
Deutz AG and the Same Deutz-Fahr Group have signed a memorandum of understanding to expand their collaboration in the market for agricultural machinery engines with capacities of less than 4 L. In 2013, Deutz will start to supply its newly developed TCD 2.9 L4 and TCD 3.6 L4 engines to Same Deutz-Fahr, which manufactures agricultural equipment.
Cummins, MTU, and Deutz, among others, offer a preview of the technology they're developing to meet the European Union’s Stage V emissions regulations for off-highway equipment that could commence in 2019.
Deutz says its experience from series production of Stage V-capable DPF solutions provides a headstart for customers and offers long-term planning certainty.
Deutz's new TCD 2.9 L4 is available in both normally aspirated and turbocharged versions (with or without a charge air intercooler) and equipped with cooled external EGR.
Starting in January 2014, Manitou Group will begin equipping its 6- to 7-m telehandlers with a multi-function grab bucket and Deutz engines, starting with model series TCD 3.6, designed specifically for use in agricultural equipment.
Deutz offers an engine range for mobile work equipment in the EPA Tier 4 emissions category, featuring compact dimensions for tight installations.