Engine manufacturer Deutz will supply engines to Sany, a construction equipment manufacturer based in China with United States offices in Peachtree City, Ga. Sany will install Deutz TCD 7.8 diesel engines in its new SW405 wheel loaders.

     The water-cooled, six-cylinder, in-line TCD 7.8 diesel engines feature an exhaust after-treatment system with a diesel particulate filter and selective catalytic reduction system. The engines meet Tier 4 and E.U. Stage IV emissions standards and because of the DPF also fulfill Europe’s upcoming Stage V standards that will go into effect in 2019.

      “Deutz engines are in many of the road construction machines used in the Chinese market,” said Kevin Grover, large excavator and wheel loader NPI manager, Sany America. “We looked at a few different suppliers, but the Deutz engine had an ideal torque curve for a wheel loader application.

      “With Deutz’ Stage-V-ready engines, our machines are all set for the next round of emissions legislation. We won’t have to go through another extensive design cycle when the new emissions regulations do take effect.”

      Sany’s SW405 wheel loaders are engineered for use at various types of construction sites. Typical applications include hauling pipes, materials handling and snow removal.