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JCB Announces Next Stage In Engine Strategy Development - continued

“Kohler’s achievement of Tier 4 Final without the need for a bulky DPF is fully in line with our own engine strategy and allows our designers maximum flexibility when it comes to meeting machine design and packaging requirements. These highly efficient engines will offer our customers improved performance and lower fuel consumption.”

The European-built engines will be progressively introduced in JCB products, including midi excavators, the Teletruk TLT35D, 406 and 409 compact wheeled loaders, the 190 and 205 skid steers and 190T and 205T compact tracked loaders, smaller 135, 155 and 175 skid steers and TM180 and TM220 articulated wheeled loading shovels.

High Torque Output

The KDI engines use a Common Rail fuel injection system working at 2,000 bar pressures, cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), four valves per cylinder and a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) within the exhaust system.

Fuel consumption is up to 15% better than a similar output engine equipped with lower injection pressures and a DPF.

There are two 1.9 litre three-cylinder engines, the KDI 1903M and the KDI 1903TCR, delivering 31 kW (41 hp) with 133 Nm of torque and 42 kW (56 hp) with 225 Nm of torque respectively.

The 2.5 litre, four-cylinder KDI 2504M and KDI 2504TCR deliver 36.4 kW (48.8 hp) with 170 Nm and 55.4 kW (74 hp) with 300 Nm.

The engines meet all JCB standards, with 500 hour maintenance intervals available on all models.

Strong, low-rpm torque characteristics will result in improved machine performance and added engine response, delivering improved productivity for JCB customers.

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JCB Moves Into Site Welfare Market

 

JCB Moves Into Site Welfare Market

JCB has announced its entry into the site welfare market with the launch of a new generation of eco-friendly mobile units for the construction industry.

The company has signed an agreement which will see the UK designer of site welfare solutions, Garic, manufacture the units under licence for the JCB brand

The JCB Eco Welfare Unit is primarily powered by solar panels, supported by a bespoke 12v super-silent back-up generator, making it the most environmentally-friendly product on the market.

It will reduce C0₂ emissions by as much as 80% and deliver fuel cost savings of up to £150 per week.

The unit will be available for sale or to hire through JCB’s UK dealership network and directly from Garic. At this time, the agreement is only for the UK & Ireland.

John Atkinson, Director and General Manager, JCB Consumer Products Ltd, said, “With the launch of the JCB Eco Welfare Unit we are entering a new market with an industry-leading product that complements our existing range of plant. It will enable firms to supply a secure, comfortable space for employees, while reducing operating costs.

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