Power generation engines launched at Power-Gen International

6th December 2018
Lanna Cooper

At the Power-Gen International exhibition, in Orlando, US (4th to 6th Decembr, Orange County Convention Center, booth #3287), FPT Industrial is launching its Tier 4 Final power generation engines for the North American market. The brand offers a range of engines for quick and reliable energy delivery anywhere - construction sites, shipyards, banks, hospitals, shopping centres and even for domestic use.


The evolution of FPT Industrial’s engine technology has positioned the brand as a reliable and sustainable partner in the Power Generation market. Today, the Tier 4 Final compliant engines generate 180 times less emissions than their Tier 1 counterparts. From Tier 3 to Tier 4 Final engines, the emissions of Particulate Matter (PM) and Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) have been reduced by 90%.

A key focus at the exhibition  is the N67 200kWe Tier 4 Final engine, fitted with the renowned and patented HI-eSCR after-treatment system. This technology ensures compliance with the most recent emission regulations and is the result of more than 25 years of experience in SCR solutions development - FPT Industrial has sold more than one million SCR units worldwide.

In addition to ensuring compliance, the N67 200kWe Tier 4 Final provides power density, durability and reliability. It also offers easy maintenance, as it is DPF-free and features 600 hour oil service intervals. This 'fit and forget' maintenance, plus the high fuel efficiency of the engine, significantly reduce the Total Cost of Ownership. As the engine is also EGR-free, there no changes were needed to the cooling package.

FPT is also presenting its After-Treatment System installation solution (ATS Pack). The purpose of this new and smart package is to make emission compliance and machine upgrade easier, by gathering all key after-treatment components into a single pre-assembled set. This means that no dedicated design and installation of additional ATS components is needed.

All electrical signals and connections are managed by a single cable for fast, reliable and quick connection to any FPT Industrial engine. Essentially, all benefits of FPT Industrial technology come in a simple package as a ready-to-use solution - either horizontally or vertically - , providing installation flexibility.

The ATS Pack is a suitable solution for genset manufacturers, as its pre-assembled characteristics save time and cost, reduce complexity, optimise warehouse space management, and contribute to faster production processes with less down-time.

The F34 50kWe engine uses High Pressure Common Rail technology and Particulate Matter Catalyst (PMcat) to ensure compliance with the Tier 4 Final regulations. The plug-and-play G-drive solution has load acceptance of up to 100% (G3), thanks to the Turbocharger with electronic wastegate developed and specifically calibrated for fast response at any load condition.

Customers can benefit from reduced Total Cost of Ownership thanks to 600 hour maintenance intervals with the smallest oil system capacity 9.5lt. (9% less oil  than the competitor average). This was made possible thanks to the technical solutions that maximise engine up-time with the minimum oil quantity.

In addition to this, filters mounted on the same side allow easier and faster accessibility for maintenance operations and further reduce engine down-time.

FPT Industrial is also showcasing its N67 200kWe Tier 3 for customers looking for a G-Drive engine for emergency power applications that need to comply with EPA Tier 3 regulations in North America or Stage IIIA in Europe. It provides fast load response, high power density and low fuel consumption.

Reliability comes from the I-EGR technology without additional components, resulting in a maintenance-free unit. Its 600-hour oil service intervals and optimised fuel consumption contribute to low operating costs. The engine can switch from 1,500 to 1,800 rpm for any market requirement (50 or 60Hz).

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