Yanmar has announced the launch of the Power pack engine range for irrigation applications Construction Machines
Aimed at the irrigation pump OEM market, the new line consists of six units with outputs from 20-63kW.
The smallest, dubbed 3TNV76-CYED has three cylinders and displaces 1,116cc. The largest, the 4TNV98C-NYI2 is a 3,319cc, 4-cylinder unit with a common rail injection system. Its emissions standards are Stage IIIB, Tier 4 Final.
Massimo Canni Ferrari, Sales Division Manager at Yanmar Italy says, “Our own experience with pumps has shown us exactly what is needed for the irrigation market. Like all Yanmar engines these are outstandingly durable and fuel efficient which translates to a long service life and terrific value for money. And when maintenance is required, operators have access to a large, well trained service network so downtime is minimized.”
Also on show at EIMA will be the four-cylinder 4TNV86CHT (48.5kW at 2600 rpm) and the four-cylinder 4TNV94FHT (69.8kW at 2000 rpm, 77.2 kW at 2200 rpm and 88.4kW at 2500 rpm) launched earlier in the year.
The trio join the company’s existing TNV family of common rail engines which are EPA Tier 4 Final, EU Stage IIIB and FOEN (Switzerland) certified. Ferrari explains, “These are the models which we are offering already meeting future Stage V emissions regulations from 2019. They are very economical, with excellent power density and a DPF design that needs practically no maintenance.”
The new 1.6, 2.1 and 3.1 litre engines feature Bosch and Denso common rail direct fuel injection systems with full authority electronics. After the addition of the turbocharged and after cooled engines, the TNV CR engine range now consists of nine models.
Also on display at the show will be the air cooled L100W, L70W and L48N. These EPA Tier 4 Final-compliant machines have higher power than the previous EPA models and come with an on-board oxidation catalyst. Finally, one of the engines that cemented Yanmar’s reputation for reliability will be present: 3TNV76.