Make the safe choice with Yanmar
Barrus is focusing on the upcoming EU Stage 5 regulations reassuring customers that engine manufacturer Yanmar remains ahead in the emission game.
The new emission standards for non-road diesel engines come into force in 2019 and 2020 and will apply to machines used in construction, industrial and agricultural applications. The objective of the standards is to progressively reduce particulate and NOx emissions and to phase out equipment with the most polluting engines.
Yanmar customers with TNV-CR water-cooled series industrial engines are already prepared for the introduction of EU Stage 5 regulations in 2019. “The Yanmar engine range is the result of decades of experience, providing the perfect combination of clean emissions, excellent durability and low cost of ownership,” commented John Day, General Manager of the Industrial Division at Barrus. “Yanmar Stage 5 engines have a compact profile and the same footprint as Stage 3A engines allowing for a smooth, trouble-free transition.”
Yanmar engines are available as a powerpack, radiator and air cleaner mounted, including wiring harness and CAN panel. The clog-free Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF), even under light load conditions, can be mounted in multiple positions for greater flexibility where space is limited. “Another key benefit is Yanmar’s unique exhaust gas management technology for the DPF, which has a lifecycle of between 6,000 – 10,000 hours and beyond depending on the application,” John Day added. “This effectively means that the DPF is maintenance free for the lifetime of the machine.”
Customers currently using Yanmar Tier 4, Stage 5 engines include TrommALL, who manufacture and distribute mobile screening equipment. They have recently gone 100-percent with Yanmar across their range of machines. “Using Yanmar has opened so many doors for us,” commented Ger Smullen, Business Development Manager for TrommALL. “Everyone knows Yanmar, the service is known worldwide.”
Protech has also fitted the Yanmar 4TNV88C Tier 4, Stage 5 engine into a Tracked Post Driver. “We chose the Yanmar engine for its smooth and quiet operation, fuel economy, and that it was available fully built up as a powerpack,” commented Steve Craddock, Director, Protech Machinery Ltd.
Flowplant, the specialists in high-pressure fluid engineering are one of the most recent customers to specify the Yanmar 4TNV98C, Tier 4, Stage 5 engines for their high-pressure water pumps.
Flowplant engineers have produced two bespoke Harben self-contained skid units providing high-pressure water for a unique and innovative cleaning system for deployment to any of the major airline repair centres around the world.
The Harben Century pumps provide a finely controlled water volume at high pressure to a specially designed cleaning probe. The probe delivers a precise jet with laser-like accuracy onto a metal alloy surface where the water selectively removes microscopic particles but leaves the surface properties intact.
The Harben pumps are powered by the Yanmar EU Stage 5 engines, and the skid incorporates on board power generation and a water collection recycling system, allowing the pumps to operate for extended periods with only 1000 litres of fresh water.
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