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Cummins Inc., a global power leader, is a corporation of complementary business segments that design, manufacture, distribute and service diesel and natural gas engines and related technologies, including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, emission solutions and electrical power generation systems. Headquartered in Columbus, Indiana, (USA) Cummins currently employs approximately 55,400 people worldwide and serves customers in approximately 190 countries and territories through a network of approximately 600 company-owned and independent distributor locations and approximately 7,400 dealer locations. 

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Cummins showcasing Tier 4 Final solutions for the oil and gas industry

Cummins Inc. is participating in the Offshore Technology Conference 2016 by showcasing Tier 4-certified products specifically designed to meet the needs of the oil and gas industry. Representing the first significant emissions regulation since Tier 2 in 2006, Tier 4 Final requires a reduction in particulate matter (PM) of 80 percent, and a hydrocarbon (HC) reduction of 45 percent. In order to meet these regulations, Cummins is utilizing a fully integrated Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) aftertreatment system.

Cummins QSK Series Drilling Engines to Meet Tier 4 Final Using Integrated SCR Aftertreatment

Cummins Inc. has announced that the QSK Series engines for land-based drilling will meet the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Tier 4 Final regulation using next-generation Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) aftertreatment. The Cummins Tier 4 Final drilling solution will meet or exceed the same uptime, reliability and durability that customers are currently experiencing with Tier 2 product.

Cummins Announces Production of PowerCommand 3300 Controller for Oil and Gas Drilling Applications

Cummins Inc., has announced the production of the PowerCommand (PCC) 3300 Controller for drilling operations, offering greater drilling power module (DPM) efficiency. The PCC 3300 monitors, meters and serves as a control system for Cummins Drilling Power Modules, designed to maximize both engine efficiency and rig uptime through automated engine load management and enhanced system integration. Built and tested to perform in the harshest oil and gas drilling applications, Cummins PCC 3300 is the perfect tool for enabling smarter, more efficient rig operation and control under a single, integrated system.

Cummins first to meet 2015 LEV III Emissions Regulations

Cummins Inc. has announced that it has received certification for its 6.7L Turbo Diesel from the California Air Resources Board (CARB), meeting the Low-Emission Vehicle III (LEV III) standards. This new standard applies to all vehicles under 14,000 lb GVWR. The Cummins 6.7L Turbo Diesel powers the Ram Heavy-Duty lineup, and is the first medium-duty diesel engine in the 8,501-14,000 lb GVWR segment to be certified to the new 2015 LEV III standards.

CUMMINS ANNOUNCES NEW GLOBAL HEAVY-DUTY ENGINE PLATFORM

 Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI) announced a new global Heavy-Duty engine platform that it has developed to complement its existing global product offering. The G Series platform is an in-line six cylinder engine, and will be available in 10.5- and 11.8-liter displacements to meet a broad variety of on-highway and off-highway global market requirements and emissions standards. Initial engines are designed to run on diesel fuel.

Design and development of the engine has been led by a team in the United States, and supported by global technical and marketing resources with deep knowledge of local market and customer needs. This global design approach utilizes the latest advanced technologies to develop an adaptive architecture, with each engine designed to meet unique performance and cost-of-ownership expectations for its target market and region.

"The G Series global design approach is a vivid demonstration of how Cummins is transforming from a multinational to a truly global company," said Steve Chapman, Cummins Vice President and Group Vice President - China and Russia. "This engine platform has been designed for diverse and global markets by utilizing the expertise and local knowledge of our engineers from around the world."

The G Series minimizes engineering requirements for vehicle and equipment manufacturers with a common, compact installation envelope. A key design focus for the G Series has been to achieve significant weight savings in order to increase the power-to-weight ratio. A sculptured block retains high rigidity while removing unnecessary mass. The use of composite material for the oil pan and valve cover provides further weight savings. With this innovative approach, the G Series achieves a remarkably low engine weight of just 1,900 pounds (862 kg) while retaining all the structural strength and durability expected of a Cummins Heavy-Duty engine.

The G Series incorporates Cummins Xtra-High Pressure Injection (XPI) fuel system, derived from the larger and more powerful X Series engine. With multiple injection events driven by high-precision Cummins electronic controls, the XPI fuel system contributes to a very impressive peak torque for the G Series of 1700 lb-ft (2305 N•m), together with a torque rise as high as 60 percent available. These attributes enable the G Series to deliver exceptionally fast response to increasing load factors from low engine rpm.

The G Series offers fuel efficiency through parasitic reducing technology without variable-flow pumps that add unnecessary cost and reduce reliability. Its Single Cam In Head (SCIH) design with roller valve train and high-efficiency intake ports continues the design theme of minimum complexity and maximum efficiency. The resulting low-weight design allows more payload to be delivered while requiring less energy to manufacture than competitive designs.

For on-highway markets, the G Series Heavy-Duty engine platform will be introduced as the Cummins ISG11 and Cummins ISG12. These engines offer a power range from 290 hp to 512 hp (216-382 kW) in a compact and lightweight package. Engines will be available to meet global variations in emissions requirements. At launch in 2014, engines will meet Euro III, Euro IV and China NS4 emissions requirements. Engines for Euro V, Euro VI and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are also in development. The ISG11 and ISG12 are ideal power solutions for Heavy-Duty trucks in long-haul, regional-haul and vocational service, as well as buses, motor coaches, fire trucks and recreational vehicles.

One engine from the new G Series platform was initially unveiled at BAUMA in April 2013 under the name QSM12, and will now be renamed QSG12 as part of this family of engines. The QSG12 is purpose-designed to meet U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final and European Union (EU) Stage IV emissions regulations with a more compact envelope and a more than 30 percent higher power-to-weight ratio than the class average for engines with a similar power range. High-efficiency air handling and advanced combustion enable the QSG12 to achieve near-zero emissions without the need for a cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system. With ratings covering a broad 335 hp-to-512 hp (250-382 kW) range, the QSG12 offers an ideal power solution for a wide variety of applications, including tractors, combines, wheel loaders, excavators, cranes and material handling, road building equipment, compressors, screening and crushing machines.

"Cummins G Series will set a new benchmark as a global Heavy-Duty engine platform," said Rich Freeland, Cummins Vice President and President - Engine Business. "With innovative and leading technology, the G Series will deliver superior performance to drive our customers' success."

The G Series will initially be manufactured at the Beijing Foton Cummins Engine Co., serving customers on a global basis. Production will start during the first half of 2014.

Cummins takes particulate filter-only approach to Tier 4 Final

The mechanical B3.3 engine from Cummins will move forward to meet Tier 4 Final emissions standards in 2013 with a particulate filter aftertreatment system developed specifically for use in compact equipment rated below 75 hp (56 kW). The new exhaust aftertreatment operates as an independent system to achieve near-zero Particulate Matter (PM) emissions, enabling the B3.3 to simply "up tier" to Tier 4 Final without the need for any change to the engine.

Next-generation Tier 4 G Drive engine

With the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Tier 4 Interim and European Stage IIIA off-highway emissions regulations approaching in January 2011, Cummins Inc. introduces its G Drive series of engines. The new breed of Cummins engines meets regulatory standards and is designed to deliver all its performance advantages without incurring higher operation costs.

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