DCEC recently announced that it will display a new generation of 15-liter heavy-duty multi-fuel engine platform during the Las Vegas Construction Machinery Expo (Con Expo, referred to as: North America Exhibition) from March 14th to 18th, which can provide users with Hydrogen internal combustion engines, biogas engines and advanced diesel engine options that meet North American non-road Tier 5 emission standards provide OEMs with the opportunity to accelerate the decarbonization of heavy-duty off-highway applications.
North America exhibition
One of the three major construction machinery exhibitions in the world and the largest construction machinery exhibition in North America, held every three years, it aims to showcase the latest construction machinery equipment and related technologies in the industry.
The new power platform is designed to meet the next stage of emissions, with a significantly improved power density and a more compact installation size, which can improve equipment performance and production efficiency while ensuring operating cost advantages.
The new-generation 15-liter multi-fuel heavy-duty power platform exhibited this time uses a general-purpose base engine, as well as cylinder heads and fuel systems tailored for hydrogen, natural gas, diesel and biofuels including hydrogenated vegetable oil (HVO) . Its hydrogen internal combustion engine has a power of 400 to 530 horsepower and a maximum torque of 2600 Nm; a renewable biogas engine is used for specific applications with a power of 400 to 510 horsepower and a maximum torque of 2500 Nm; the advanced diesel engine has a wide power range, covering 450 to 650 horsepower and a maximum torque of 3200 Nm.