Moxy Dumper powered by Scania 12-Litre Industrial Engine
Buslovers Few environments inflict such tough demands on machines and engines as construction sites. Not only are the operating conditions the most difficult imaginable, but the time pressures are also severe, as are the demands on machine and engine reliability.
It’s not surprising then that in machines that you have to rely on 24 hours a day, 365 days a year you’ll find Scania engines. Look around the world’s construction sites and you will find engines from Scania Engines in dump trucks, wheel loaders, stone crushers and machines for road maintenance.
Whichever engine you choose it has the same well-known Scania advantages – like low fuel consumption, low life cycle costs and tried and tested quality.
Moreover, Scania’s engines are extremely compact and carry no unnecessary deadweight. This means they are easy to package and build into all conceivable types of construction machines.
Scania’s engines are designed and built for the roughest and toughest conditions, giving a long service life and unbeatable uptime. And when it’s time for service or repair there’s always an authorized Scania workshop nearby. All engines are equally service-friendly, with most of the vital service points easily accessible.
Environment and Technology
Scania’s electronic Engine Management System (EMS) was developed in-house, specifically for our engines. It is designed to stand up to heavy use and harsh conditions and is thus extremely dependable. And it makes a major contribution to cutting fuel consumption and emissions.
The same goes for the Scania XPI injectors, which are at the heart of the most reliable, well-proven fuel injection system on the market. They are designed for tough conditions and can handle fuel of varying quality.
Dual oil filtration system
All Scania engines have a unique oil filtration system that provides maximum filtration and minimum wear. A full-flow paper filter removes large particles while a centrifugal cleaner filters out small particles.
Scania’s oil filtration system remains unchallenged as best-in-class, providing obvious benefits like better operating economy and lower environmental impact.
New emission standards in 2011
Scania offers engines that deliver outstanding operating economy together with the lowest possible environmental impact. In 2011 the stringent emission standards Stage IIIB and Tier 4i will come into force, and when this happens Scania will offer engines that meet these demands.
Pioneering technology for emission control
Scania uses two emission control technologies – EGR and SCR – to handle emissions in the most effective way.
With EGR, exhaust gas recirculation, the intake air is diluted with exhaust gases to reduce NOx formation during combustion. With its Euro 5 EGR inline engines, Scania is the first manufacturer in the world to meet Euro 5 standards without exhaust aftertreatment.
SCR, selective catalytic reduction, is an aftertreatment system where a urea solution (AdBlue) is injected into the exhaust flow, causing a catalytic process that reduces NOx. Also the accelerator response is superior to other solutions, which provides for better driveability.
Scania’s legendary V8 engines are equipped with SCR to take driveability and durability to new heights in the high-output segments. Both technologies are part of Scania’s R&D portfolio for future, even tougher, emission standards.
Technology for other fuels
Scania supports the much-needed shift to renewable fuels. This shift can be achieved with existing technology and with fuels that are already available on the market. Scania has delivered trucks and buses with ethanol engines since the late 1980s, and permits its modern engines to run on up to 100% biodiesel (FAME fuel, e.g. RME). Now our engine customers can benefit from that vast experience.
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