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Perkins 1104 and 1106 mechanical and electronic engines are on the market

Perkins 1104 and 1106 mechanical and electronic engines are on the market

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the powerful 1104 and 1106 series mechanical and electronic engines developed by Perkins are aimed at China's African road phase III emission standards. Their excellent performance, high reliability and high production efficiency fully meet the expectations of customers

as a leading independent manufacturer committed to producing highly competitive and efficient engines, Perkins can provide OEMs with a wide range of engine product lineups to fully meet their power needs. Whether it's a mechanical 7-Liter engine or an electronically controlled 4.4-liter power solution, Perkins' engine is not only known for its compact size, but its design goal is always the same, that is, to meet or even exceed customers' requirements for high-performance power systems

1100 series product marketing manager Leigh pressure testing machine explanation of some relevant terms automatic control: the whole experimental process is controlled by computer. Ton Morgan said: "We provide OEMs with a complete engine product lineup, including both mechanical and electronic control solutions, which can meet China's non road phase III emission regulations. As Chinese OEMs pursue higher performance and production efficiency for their mechanical products, Perkins has an absolute advantage and can fully support their needs."

"as an engine supplier with a complete product lineup, we are fully capable of providing mechanical and electronic control power solutions that can meet China's non road phase III emission regulations. This advantage has recently attracted great interest from many Chinese OEMs. These manufacturers not only hope to continue to produce consistent mechanical motor equipment, but also intend to introduce new electronic control models."

Perkins' mechanical 6-cylinder engine has a variety of configurations, which is suitable for many engineering machinery applications. Generally speaking, the main engine factory will use a 10 liter engine to match the ton excavator, while Perkins' 7-Liter displacement 6-cylinder engines have the same performance, which can complete the required work more efficiently. The power density increases, but the output power is exactly the same as that of the engine with a much larger displacement. The more compact size also means that it has better heat dissipation capacity, that is, it is more efficient and more competitive from the perspective of life-cycle cost

for material handling equipment manufacturers, the compact size, high power density and low-speed torque of these mechanical 6-cylinder models are best suited to match the commonly used 10 ton forklifts

for the main engine factory that has selected the 1106 series electric control 7-Liter model, the mechanical model of the same series can provide an ideal alternative, because both models use the same platform. This model has been used in 22 large plastic markets for 10 times, and the output power can be as high as 205kW at 00rpm, while the maximum torque at 1400rpm is 1050nm. As for the 1104 series electric control model, the maximum power can reach 106kw (at 2200 RPM) and the maximum torque can reach 556 nm (at 1400 RPM)

it is quite challenging for many engine manufacturers to pass the China non road phase III emission certification for mechanical engines. Perkins' mechanical engine is the only powertrain that has successfully completed the required rigorous testing. Perkins' electronically controlled engine has been certified, while the mechanical engine is expected to be certified in late September

leighton added: "Perkins can provide mechanical and electronically controlled 4.4-liter and 7-Liter engines that meet China's phase III emission standards, which undoubtedly brings more choices and flexibility to Chinese OEMs. In the past decade, when it also has high conductivity, Perkins has produced tens of thousands of mechanical and electronically controlled engines that meet the U.S. level III emission standards and equivalent standards. These engines, which have been strictly verified and proved to be efficient in practical use, have won worldwide recognition It is indeed a great news for the market that the widespread adoption of major OEMs has now passed the certification and conforms to China's phase III standards. "

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