Yanmar's industrial diesel engines achieve EU Stage V emissions standard

Published 27/12, 2018 at 09:45

Yanmar Co., Ltd. has released a list of diesel engines manufactured by the company that are now certified for compliance with the European Stage V (EU Stage V) off road emission standards set to come into effect in 2019.

The EU Stage V standards to  be introduced  in Europe  are one level stricter than  existing,  and   will  be implemented  during 2019  and   2020  being aimed at limiting   the  impact of emissions. The 24 certified diesel engines sold in Europe are installed in a variety of industrial equipment, such as construction and agricultural machinery. For  models with  an  output of  19kW  and  above,  the permitted values for  NOx  and  PM emissions are one level stricter than  existing standards. In addition, new PN standards have also been set, making the new emissions standards generally the strictest in the world. Some  diesel  engine   models  operating   in  the  European   market  now  require  engine management systems to  limit  operation in  the event of  a  malfunction in  emission control systems, or if the engine has  been illegally  modified.

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