Yanmar debuted two industrial four-cylinder diesel engines at the Intermat trade show in Paris, the 4TN101 (ranging from 74 to 140 horsepower) and the 4TN107 (ranging from 121 to 207 horsepower).
The engines, which put the company “into the heart of the high-horsepower engine market,” are expected to be in production by 2019, according to the company.
Yanmar says the new diesels have best-in-class fuel consumption, with 10 percent less fuel consumption than similar-size engines of the same output. The 4TN107 has the option of a two-stage turbocharger. Both engines deliver “superior torque to meet the requirements of a wide variety of industrial fields, including construction, agriculture and material handling,” according to the company.
The engines use a proprietary exhaust-gas reduction technology that results in a more compact exhaust-gas after treatment system, which the company says gives OEMs better opportunities for overall machine visibility improvements. The engines use a diesel particulate filter and selective catalytic reduction system, complying with EU Stage V and EPA Tier 4 Final regulations.