Briggs & Stratton Commercial Power continues to develop and expand its electronic fuel injection offerings for Vanguard commercial engines. Vanguard provides 9 engine models, varying in output from 23 to 37 gross horsepower across four engine families. In commercial turf applications, Vanguard EFI is available on its 810cc V-Twin and BIG BLOCK engines. These models feature an automotive-based closed-loop system. In construction applications, Vanguard offers its horizontal-shaft BIG BLOCK EFI engines in 33-, 35- and 37-gross-horsepower. These engines feature the same closed-loop EFI system used for commercial turf with a focus on both fuel economy and reliable starting.
The Deutz TCD 3.6 is a water-cooled 4-cylinder inline engine with cooled, external exhaust gas recirculation with turbocharging and optional charge air cooling. The powerful Common Rail injection system and the electronic engine control with intelligent link to the drive management ensure optimum engine performance at low fuel consumption. The engine features DVERT oxidation catalyst for EU Stage IIIB and US EPA Tier 4 operation. A DVERT particulate filter is available as an option. The TD 3.6 offers up to 500-hour oil change intervals and a maintenance-free valve train.
The Honda GXR120 general purpose engine was developed as an ideal source of power for rammers. With a displacement of 121 cc, the engine can appropriately power 110-lb. to 175-lb. rammers at multiple altitudes. Additionally, a special cast-iron cylinder sleeve and a high carbon-steel, dual-ball bearing crankshaft provide increased engine strength for rammer applications. To further enhance engine durability, incorporation of steel in the design makes the recoil starter and fan cover of the GXR120 robust.
Kohler expanded its lineup of Command Pro single cylinder, horizontal-shaft engines with new 4.5 and 5.5 (pictured) horsepower models. The new engines are designed with industry-standard dimensions, offering manufacturers the convenience of a “drop-in” design. The engines also feature a large-capacity fuel tank for longer runtimes as well as Kohler’s Quad-Clean all-season, four-stage cyclonic air filter. A new twist-off air cleaner cover facilitates maintenance while an electronic ignition and advanced combustion system reduce fuel consumption.
The Perkins Syncro 1.7, 2.2, 2.8 and 3.6-liter electronic engines deliver from 39-134 horsepower of power and between 120-500 Nm torque. The 3-cylinder turbocharged Perkins Syncro 1.7 liter is 39 horsepower with a maximum torque of 120 Nm at 1,800 rpm, with rated speeds up to 2,800 rpm. The engine, along with the 2.2-liter, 4-cylinder variant, features common rail direct injection and full authority electronics and meet EU Stage IIIB, U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final emissions standards. The compact package size and architecture of the 1.7 and 2.2 models features a rear-mounted small diesel oxidation catalyst. Part of the Perkins Syncro compact range, the 4 cylinder 2.8-liter diesel engine delivers 74 horsepower, up to 325 Nm of torque and meets multiple global emissions standards including Stage V, Tier 4 Final.
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