Implementation of European Stage V emissions regulations this year has been a driver of much work in the diesel engine sector, as most major manufacturers have taken the opportunity to improve their existing models while ensuring the meet the reduced emissions levels. In the process, some have launched new engines of various sizes or updated existing equipment.
Hatz is integrating light equipment as well as compact machines into the digital world of Industry 4.0 with its Connected Services. This advance means that the engine specialist is closing the gap between industrial digitalization and machines that were previously manually controlled and operated.
Hatz is introducing its new E1 technology as the first electronic controls for single-cylinder industrial diesel worldwide. This product enables the engine specialist to bridge the gap between previously mechanically controlled engines and the requirements of modern companies with digital operations.
At the Eima in Bologna, Motorenfabrik Hatz presented the New Silent Pack for the H-series of three and four-cylinder engines for the first time.
With Tier 4 Final emissions standards firmly in place and EU Stage V standards a year or so off, the diesel engine industry has been busy focusing on specific applications and looking toward the future for 2018. Heavy Equipment Guide provides a look at what the diesel engine industry is working on, introducing or focused toward to start 2018.
The first three-cylinder models will go into series production in 2018. They will expand the Hatz H-series with powerful, efficient and compact engines in the power range up to 62 horsepower.
Hatz has released a four-cylinder diesel engine from its H-series with the newly developed Silent Pack. The state of the art Hatz 4H50TIC diesel unit performs up to 55 kilowatts at a maximum torque of 240 newton meters and complies with all current norms and requirements, such as EU Stage IIIB or US EPA Tier 4 final. In connection with the insulation, specially developed for this engine, the Hatz 4H50TIC Silent Pack reaches a reduction of the noise emission by 4 decibel despite the cooler fan. Therefore the engine is 60 per cent less noisy compared to the non-capsulated Open Power Unit (OPU).
The first three-cylinder models will go into series production in 2018. They will expand the Hatz H-series with powerful, efficient and compact engines in the power range up to 46 kW. Hatz presented the new models at Bauma.
The new water cooled Hatz 4H50TIC is available as a ready-to-install Open Power Unit (OPU). The complete system includes the engine and all necessary parts for cooling. From customer side only instrument box, fuel lines and battery need to be provided.