Yanmar launches two engines


Yanmar is to extend its power range of engines with the launch of two engines.

The company has confirmed that both the 4TN101 and 4TN107 will be officially introduced to the industry at the Intermat 2018 show in Paris, France, on April 23-28.

The larger of the two engines, the 4TN107, has a 4.6-liter displacement with power ratings between 90kW (120hp) and 155kW (207hp) and torque of 805Nm. The smaller 3.8-liter 4TN101 engine offers between 55kW and 105kW (73hp and 140hp) power and as much as 550Nm of torque.

Both units feature a common rail injection system, full authority electronics and after-cooled turbocharging (with a two-stage turbo on the 4TN107 upper ratings). Specific power and torque are among the highest available in the market.

A Yanmar spokesman said, “Yanmar has selected the Intermat exhibition to launch its most impressive line-up development for 20 years. Not just one, but two brand new engine families will be EU Stage V-certified and share the same design target of reducing the Total Cost of Ownership.

“Superior durability and robustness on one side and compactness and high power and torque density on the other have been jointly achieved to fulfil the requirements of the designated applications, i.e. construction, materials handling and agriculture.”

The aftertreatment system consists of EGR and separate DPF and SCR to safeguard durability and ensure uncompromising exhaust gas cleaning performance. Smaller, separate aftertreatment modules also allow for easier installation.

Production is planned to start from the beginning of 2019 onward.

February 9, 2018

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