Efficiency | Clear Air
A new generation of Tier 4 clean diesel power has emerged, ready to meet the needs of a sustainable future. Diesel power is the workhorse of the global economy. Commercial trucks, freight locomotives and container ships move a vast variety of goods from around the world to local store shelves. Feeding the world is made possible by more powerful and efficient farm tractors and machines, almost all diesel-powered. Ref: DieselTechForum
Jennifer Rumsey, the Vice President of Engineering for Cummins Engine Business, explains how Cummins developed its clean diesel engine technology through the Tier 4 Interim and Tier 4 Final stages to develop near zero emissions products. This included adding new components like a common rail high pressure fuel system for particulate control, exhaust gas recirculation, a variable-geometry turbocharger, a particulate filter, and the Selective Catalytic Reduction. Learn more at dieselforum.org
Less consumption. Lower emissions. Stronger development. This is Parker helping to solve the world’s greatest construction engineering challenges.
Cleaner hydraulic fluid, lower CO2 emissions, hydraulic filtration, electromechanical innovation, optimized system architectures, horsepower management, implement energy recovery, helping to solver the world’s greatest engineering challenges. This is Parker.
Motors that meet IE4 energy efficiency standards, such as BAUER’s PMSM range, are usually permanent magnet arrangements, where the permanent magnets maintain their own persistent magnetic fields and are generally made from rare earth metals. Conversely, the materials are not particularly rare, they just happen to come from the class of metals known as rare earth metals.