1980-09-01

Air-Cooled Deutz Diesel Engines for Underground Mining Applications 801000

Air-cooled Deutz diesel engines are of modular design. They are compact lightweight power units since they use an integral cooling system. Two combustion systems are available: (a) direct injection for universal applications, and (b) Deutz two-stage combustion for applications requiring very low exhaust emissions, which means primarily for underground mining applications.
The low exhaust emissions of Deutz two-stage combustion engines refer both to gaseous constituents and soot.

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