Deutz engines receive EU Stage V certification


Deutz has received EU Stage V certification for two more of its engines, with more expected in November, the company has announced.

The TCD 3.6 and TCD 4.1 have met the emissions standard required for the stricter legislation due to come into force in 2019, in addition to the TTCD 6.1 unit that made the company the first engine manufacturer in the world to obtain the certification for EU Stage V mobile machinery.

The German Federal Motor Transport Authority (KBA) officially certified the two engines on September 6. Equipped with a diesel particulate filter, this water-cooled, four-cylinder in-line engine generates output of 100kW at an engine speed of 2,300rpm.

On September 8, the Deutz TCD 4.1 (agricultural machinery variant) was also certified for Stage V. The engine meets the requirements of EU Stage V with selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and particulate filter (DPF). The four-cylinder engine generates maximum output of 120kW at an engine speed of 2,100rpm.

A Deutz spokesperson said, “By obtaining this certification for its successful engine series, Deutz is delivering on the promise it made about the new emissions standard under the banner ‘Our Promise – Your Flexibility’.

“We expect to be awarded more certificates between now and November 2017, when our range of certified engines will be making their worldwide debut under the new ‘Stage V certified’ seal at Agritechnica.”

September 15, 2017

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