Volvo Penta announced higher power output for its latest 11-liter diesel engine, now rated at up to 315 kW, from the initial 285 kW. The higher power output has been verified through extensive testing. The engine features a matching exhaust after treatment system that complies with forthcoming European Union Stage V emissions regulations. It is equipped with a fixed-geometry turbo. The air inlet throttle, together with the un-cooled exhaust gas recirculation, and the electrical exhaust pressure governor deliver highly effective heat management of the engine, the company reported. This enables the system to function without the need to inject fuel into the exhaust stream.
Categories: Engines | 2017-10-19 | Volvo Penta | Sweden | Views 107