Hatz to launch compact, powerful engine


Motorenfabrik Hatz has confirmed it will be attending Intermat, with its newest member of its H series of engines set to be on show.

The 3H50T unit is a three-cylinder diesel compact engine with high torque and EU Stage V compliance characteristics, including liquid cooling technology in the fan-to-flywheel version as well as in the open power unit variant.

The compact construction of the engine does not include a diesel particulate filter, and has a displacement of only 1.5 liters as well as a maximum output of 130Nm. With its low weight and small installation dimensions, the performance of the under 19kW class of engine exceeds that of many older engines in the 19kW to 37kW class.

A Hatz spokesperson said, “This gives many machine manufacturers an outstanding alternative for planning their compact machines with small engine compartments and for reasonably upgrading existing machines to EU Stage V – with simultaneous safeguarding of previous investments in design and development.”

The new Hatz 3H50T engine satisfies current and future emission regulations, also including EU Stage V as well as EPA Tier IV final. This predestines the engine for compact machines with restricted space conditions in which a diesel particulate filter is not possible.

The Hatz 3H50T emits an extremely low particle mass that also achieves only a 10th of the limit value without any further exhaust emission aftertreatment, such as exhaust gas recirculation or diesel oxidation catalyst. This is 0.4g/kWh and achieves EU Stage.

The Hatz 3H50T OPU is a plug-and-play solution that is the ideal choice for manufacturers of compact machines that need engines fully ready for installation.

Major examples of use include lifting platforms, hydraulic systems and drilling machines and stationary applications such as pumps and alternators.

With its integrated and optimal design of the radiator, hoses and cabling, and electronics, the Hatz OPU concept greatly simplifies design and installation.

January 26, 2018


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