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Kubota expands engine offering

23 Jul 14 Kubota has introducing four new engines with diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) technology.

Kubota DPF engines
Kubota DPF engines

The new DOC engines will be available to original equipment from next year. Kubota’s existing range of engines uses diesel particulate filters (DPFs) as an after-treatment device to reduce emissions.

Kubota said that its DOC engine models, available from 36.5 kW to 54.6 kW, meet and exceed European Stage IIIB requirements.

Kubota business development manager Daniel Grant said: “These four new DOC models have been specifically developed and designed to provide our customers with additional engine options and flexibility in choosing the right engine for their application.

Kubota’s engine range:

New Kubota Stage IIIB engine models (DOC Only)

 

Model Name

Output

(Net without fan)

After Treatment Device

Aspiration

1

D1803-CR-TIE4

36.5kW(49.6PS)/2700rpm

DOC

Turbo Inter-cooled

2

V2403-CR-TIE4

47.9kW(65.1PS)/2700rpm

DOC

Turbo Inter-cooled

3

V2607-CR-TIE4

52.2kW(71.0PS)/2700rpm

DOC

Turbo Inter-cooled

4

V3307-CR-TIE4

54.6kW(74.2PS)/2600rpm

DOC

Turbo Inter-cooled

Current Kubota Stage IIIB engine models (DPF+DOC)

 

Engine Model

Output

(Net without fan)

After Treatment Device

Aspiration

1

D1803-CR-E4

27.6kW(37.5PS)/2700rpm

DPF+DOC

Naturally Aspirated

2

D1803-CR-TE4

36.5kW(49.6PS)/2700rpm

DPF+DOC

Turbo

3

V2403-CR-E4

36.8kW(50.0PS)/2700rpm

DPF+DOC

Naturally Aspirated

4

V2403-CR-TE4

47.9kW(65.1PS)/2700rpm

DPF+DOC

Turbo

5

V2607-CR-TE4

52.2kW(71.0PS)/2700rpm

DPF+DOC

Turbo

6

V3307-CR-TE4

54.6kW(74.2PS)/2600rpm

DPF+DOC

Turbo

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