Cummins India launches CPCBIV+-compliant power solutions
The new product range integrates sophisticated after-treatment systems and engineering expertise.
Cummins India, a technology power solutions provider, today announced the launch of its CPCBIV+ emission standard-compliant range of genset engines. The new product range incorporates advanced after-treatment systems and engineering expertise to improve fuel efficiency and load-taking capability while ensuring adherence to stringent emission norms.
The new engines are equipped with innovative remote monitoring and advanced engine control capabilities, which will enable users to monitor crucial engine performance metrics and parameters in real-time from anywhere.
Ashwath Ram, Managing Director, Cummins, said, “The introduction of CPCBIV+ compliant Cummins powered gensets demonstrates our commitment to providing power solutions that are 'Cleaner Outside, Reliable Inside’, and are complemented by robust after-market service support for our valued customers.”
Shveta Arya, Business Head, Power Systems, Cummins, further added, “The launch of the CPCBIV+ emission compliant genset and engine range emphasises our commitment to fulfilling our customers' evolving backup power needs while upholding our commitment to environmental responsibility. Our cutting-edge, made-in-India, CPCBIV+-compliant product range offers robust and reliable power solutions that meet rigorous regulatory standards and contribute significantly to creating a cleaner and more prosperous world for future generations.”
At its manufacturing plants in Maharashtra, the company has already started making the new line of generator engines. Dozens of units have been tested in the field and have worked well for more than 25,000 hours in different parts of India and in different weather and operating conditions.
The CPCB IV+ emission standards, mandated by the government of India and enforced by the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) since July 1, 2023, are among the most comprehensive and stringent norms for power generation engines. Compared to the earlier CPCB II standards, these measures result in an approximate 90 percent reduction in particulate matter (PM) and harmful oxides of nitrogen (NOx) concentrations. Additionally, the latest CPCB IV+ emission standards now establish a single standard for both prime and stand-by use gensets, covering all fuel types for engines with a power output of up to 800 kWh.
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