Volvo Penta Industrial aims higher
For decades, Volvo Penta Industrial has manufactured engines and complete power systems for industrial applications. Today, the company is one of the world’s leading companies in its field. As a part of the Volvo Group, one of the world’s largest diesel engine manufacturers, Volvo Penta has extensive resources for production and continuous development of diesel power systems.
One of the well-known secrets behind this is the total commitment to the core values of the Volvo Group – quality, safety and environmental care. But, there are more to it than that. The development of cutting-edge innovations, global customer support and devoted a Volvo Penta staff are other major reasons for the success of the company.
Tier 4 Final/Stage 4 – the next step for SCR
Though being a well-established technology for several years, today, the SCR is in the limelight once again. And the reason for this is of course the coming Tier 4 Final/Stage 4 emission legislation to be effective in 2014. Compared with Tier 4 Interim/Stage 3B, the NOx emissions is to be reduced by as much as 80%.
The solution Volvo Penta put forward in 2011 was based on SCR, optimising fuel consumption, same cooling-package size and no re-generation. In 2014, Volvo Penta will achieve the same objectives again, no re-generation and limited installation challenges for OEMs and low operating costs – again, based on SCR technology. Volvo Penta will be unveiling its Tier 4 Final/Stage 4 product range at the Intermat
Click here for more information >>> Volvo Penta
. . . and more to follow
Contractors World Magazines will be reporting more on Intermat 2012 in the following issues, such is the volume of new equipment being introduced. We are also working on a special Intermat Supplement which will contain much more information than a magazine can publish.
As this supplement will be an e-magazine format, it will be continually updated as more information is available. So look for the special flash on the home page to see when it is published.
We have still to report on companies such as Caterpillar, Atlas Copco, AUSA, Gomaco, Hamm, Kleemann, Wirtgen, Komatsu, JLG, Liebherr Terex, Sandvik and more in the run up to Intermat 2012, which promises to the the event of the year.
Click here to receive email when special Intermat Supplement is ready