Along with the two engines - QSF4.5 Bharat Stage IV CEV and QSB6.7 Bharat Stage IV CEV, the company also showcased Single Module & Flex Module aftertreatment systems for the Indian market as well as PowerCommand Cloud for seamless connectivity
At the on-going Excon 2019 show, Cummins India showcased two Bharat Stage IV compliant engines - QSF4.5 CEV and QSB6.7 CEV engines catering to the off-highway segment. The company claims that both the engines are less complex as well as easier to install and offer more power & torque.
The QSF4.5 engine is a new generation four-cylinder engine, ideal for use in various off-highway and construction applications up to 173 hp range. QSF4.5 has an Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) free architecture along with single module aftertreatment to meet BSIV emissions at low operating costs. The engine can also be scaled up to meet BS V norms without any significant development in the equipment. The QSF 4.5 has been designed for equipment catering to construction, mining, material handling, oil & gas, power generation and more. On the other hand, Cummins QSB6.7 is the new generation six-cylinder engine that offers better power density for optimum performance in Indian duty cycles.
Cummins further showcased their SCR aftertreatment systems - Single Module & Flex Module. The company claims that the 9” Single Module is up to 60 % smaller & 40 % lighter than competition and offers improved NOx conversion efficiency that enables over 99 % removal of all PM and facilitates improved thermal management.
Cummins also introduced the PowerCommandCloud, an integrated cloud-based system that allows customers to remotely monitor, manage and maintain Cummins power generation unit in an efficient manner. The PowerCommand Cloud enables real time notifications, automated record keeping, on the go access and visibility, SMS alert and fault codes as well as historical data trending.
Ashwath Ram, Managing Director, Cummins India said simpler architecture enables better reliability and productivity as well as improved fuel efficiency with extended service intervals leading to lesser operating costs.