Cummins extends certification on performance series engines


Cummins has announces that its Performance Series engines are being certified to meet Indian Bharat Stage IV and V as well as China Stage IV emission regulations for the off-highway market. These products already meet EU Stage V and EPA Tier 4 Final levels.

Bharat Stage IV emissions came into force in India in April 2021 for wheeled machinery, with Stage V planned for the end of 2024.  Emissions rules for tracked construction equipment are expected in 2022.  The Cummins B6.7 Performance Series engine’s Bharat Stage IV and V certification is now complete and the L9 and X15 engines will follow later in 2021.

“Cummins can offer excellent flexibility for our global customers,” said Jeremy Harsin, Cummins off-highway business director. “Those that have their own manufacturing capability in India and China will be able to use locally designed and produced engines.  Those that don’t can power their machines with engines built in our UK and US factories and sell them into these key off-highway markets.”

China Stage IV emissions regulations come into effect at the end of December 2022.  Certification of Cummins Performance Series engines F3.8, B6.7, L9, and X15 will be completed during 2022 in advance of the regulated date.

“Cummins’ customers will be able to reduce manufacturing complexity and engineering costs by having common machine designs, regardless of their destination, taking advantage of the key Performance Series benefits such as; EGR-free simplicity, high power density, low running costs and high reliability”, added Harsin.


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Saul Wordsworth is deputy editor of the iVT brand - which includes digital and print editions of a quarterly magazine and Off-Highway Annual, as well as He is a keen cyclist and lives in north London.

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