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February 11, 2019 | Construction Europe
Working with scientists who deliver the data that informs the progression of emissions reduction, engine manufacturers are conducting innovative research that will ultimately usher in a new era of cleaner and more efficient construction equipment.
The European Commission’s introduction of Stage V emissions standards for non-road machinery in 2019/20, will see the inclusion of the smallest compression-ignition engines (below 19kW) and all larger engines (greater than 560kW).
The regulations regarding particulate and NOx emissions are also being strengthened in Stage V, with a limit on the number of particulates for several categories of engines between 19 and 560kW.
Follow the link to read about innovations from Deutz, Cummins, Perkins, Bosch and more.
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