Powerful, economic and environmentally friendly
Many can construct engines. But the real task is to build strong and efficient engines which comply with the effective emission standards and still set their own trend. The DEUTZ engine philosophy comes down to power, economy and environmentally friendliness
We develop for agriculture
DEUTZ-FAHR uses a whole host of intelligent technologies for this, aimed at increasing performance, lowering fuel consumption and reducing harmful emissions. This bio diesel initiative is only one of several forward-looking projects. Particularly, the changing applications in agriculture require extraordinary knowhow and long time experience in engine construction. But there is one thing all those applications have in common: power has to be available when it’s needed. And the consumption has to be reduced at the same time. Although this sounds paradoxical, the engineers at DEUTZFAHR have managed to achieve it with the innovative DPC (DEUTZ-FAHR Power Control). By combining the electronic engine control (EMC) and the DEUTZ Common-Rail-Technology, a complex but very efficient engine control system has been developed.
Powerful, strong, efficient
The 6 cylinder high-tech DEUTZ turbo diesel engines in the Agrotron M come with innovative DEUTZ Common-Rail Technology (DCR) as standard. And thanks to the DPC the engines deliver constant power, high overpower and maximum torque. The driver can therefore relax while working with minimal gearshift changes because the engine offers sufficient reserves of power, good elasticity values and reduced fuel consumption at all times. At the top speed of 50 km/h the engine only reaches a speed of 2,100 rpm and at 40 km/h it is just 1,680 rpm. That saves fuel and protects the driver’s ears.
Reducing emissions and the consumption = Protecting the environment
The four-valve models are equipped with an external exhaust gas recirculation as standard. This reduces consumption and exhaust emissions. Possible noise sources were already excluded at the design stage of the engines, because noises that don’t occur don’t require insulation. For example, a rigid, ribbed crank housing, soft combustion thanks to 7-hole injection nozzles, reliable waste gate turbochargers, double casing silencers and a flexible intake and exhaust pipe mounting system reduce noise where it arises.