Heavy duty engines
The heavy duty industrial use engine comes with a cast iron cylinder block and no HT (high tension) wires, distributor caps or rotors. Super quick glow plugs allow the engine to start quickly and reliably under cold conditions, the cold start device delivering a cleaner exhaust by advancing the fuel injection timing based on water temperature. Whilst emissions have been reduced by controlling fuel injection timing according to engine load.
New performance optimisation developments are included such as cooling on demand, load sensing hydraulics (power on demand), RPM management and alternate engine idle speed to help further reduce the total fuel consumption in most applications.
ECO-eLo performance mode reduces energy consumption by up to 15% compared with previous generation engines and without compromising productivity.
Pacesetter VSM™ is an on-board computer that delivers greater uptime by monitoring and protecting key truck functions. It enables quick, easy diagnostics, minimising repair downtime and unnecessary parts swapping. The VSM also allows truck performance characteristics to be adjusted via the dash display, reducing product, truck and facility damage.
Controlled Roll-Back on Ramps, the transmission controls the rate of decent of the truck on a ramp, when the brake and throttle pedal are released, to provide maximum control on a grade and increase operator productivity.
Service intervals are every 500 hours, engine coolant and hydraulic oil change intervals are every 4,000 hours which help to reduce labour costs.