Scania offers industrial engines for choice fuels

Posted on 14. Apr, 2016 by in Volkswagen Canada

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• Scania now takes another step brazen in sustainability by introducing engines for
   industrial applications that work on HVO and RME.

“Sustainability is high on a bulletin for many companies nowadays, and a direct for choice fuel is augmenting in all sectors,” says Joel Granath, Senior Vice President and Head of Scania Engines. “The believe and believe we have gained from lorry applications is now being used to offer industrial and sea engines with choice fuels. This is a vital breakthrough in providing tolerable engines for industrial customers.”

The engines yield energy to construction apparatus such as mill crushers, cranes and dumpers. All of these engines are agreeable with a latest glimmer legislation, Tier 4 final and a entrance Stage V.

Anders Liss, Vice President Sales during Scania Engines: “The direct for choice fuels is increasing, quite for applications in ports, airports and for construction equipment”, he says. “We are also saying poignant direct for gas in a area of energy generation.”

Engines regulating HVO – that chemically mimics fossil-fuel-based diesel – underneath optimal condition can grasp adult to a 90-percent rebate in CO2emissions. “Another vital advantage with HVO is that it is easy to use. Every Scania engine can work on HVO but any restrictions,” Anders Liss says.

In energy generation, Scania has recently launched the initial gas-fuelled engines.

Using healthy gas, CO2 emissions can be reduced by as most as 20 percent; with biogas, reductions can be as high as 90 percent.

Gas-powered engines also evacuate reduction sound that is generally fitting in a operative and vital environment, such as hospitals.

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