The whole range of John Deere generator drive engines at MEE 2020. John Deere Power Systems is ready to offer bare engines and power units for a wide range of stationary applications. In the segment of non-certified engines, for instance, the ‘deer’ proposal now covers all recognized power nodes from 30 to 500 kVA, with displacements of 2.9 liters through 13.6 liters. New features include dual frequency (50 Hz and 60 Hz), longer maintenance intervals and single-side service access.

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«We specifically revamped this range to meet our OEM customers’ strategic and commercial requirements. As an entirely independent engine manufacturer of diesel-driven power generation engines, JDPS offers OEMs unbiased engine expertise», said Sandrine Couasnon, EAME marketing support Manager.

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John Deere 4.5 liters EWS generator drive engine

John Deere generator Stage V-ready engines

Stage V is more and more a keyword when talking about industrial engines. In this regard, John Deere can leverage the remarkable global experience gained since first introducing aftertreatment technology (to meet Interim Tier 4/Stage III B regulations in 2011) to continue development of proven emissions solutions for OEM generator set manufacturers. As of today, John Deere Power Systems has accumulated more than 1 billion hours of global experience with diesel particulate filter technologies.

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The new 4.5 liters EWS generator drive engine

Among other Stage V engines, JDPS recently launched the new 4.5 liters EWS generator drive engine, featuring a new SCR catalyst with integrated DEF mixer resulting in more compact packaging, serving the 80 kVA and the 100 kVA markets.

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