SAIM Industrial presented at EIMA in Bologna the new electrically controlled D1105-K diesel engine of the globally-renowned Japanese manufacturer KUBOTA.
The new D1105-K industrial diesel engine enhances Kubota’s line-up of electronically-controlled engines below 19kW and incorporates the company’s unique TVCR combustion system. This new engine had its first presentation on the Kubota Engine booth at Bauma and now at SAIM Industrial booth at EIMA.
The three-cylinder, 1.123 L displacement D1105-K engine has a rated output of 18.5 kW (24.8HP) at 3000 rpm, torque is 72.4 Gross Nm at 2200 rpm and it meets regional emissions standards EU Stage V, EPA Tier 4, and China IV as well as China’s national smoke regulations, Category III. The engine’s dry weight is 93 kg.
The new engine has an advanced electronic control system specially optimised for small engines together with the TVCR combustion system, thus combining Kubota’s unique combustion and fuel technologies.
It offers a host of operator benefits including greater efficiency, clean emissions and low fuel consumption and maintenance costs.
SAIM also exhibited the V3307 Micro-Hybrid Engine, equipped with a 48-V motor generator and providing high torque with quick response – boosting overall work efficiency. At low speeds, the motor provides up to 70 N⋅m of torque assistance. Designed for applications that demand an immediate response to instantaneous peak overloads within the typical machine duty cycle, the power assist Micro-Hybrid system supports the engine by delivering an additional electrical power boost of up to 10kW. The instant available torque offers an efficiency boost at the most crucial time, while recuperating and recharging its battery pack when not initiated. These innovations push the boundaries in areas of fuel efficiency, power density and adaptability.
In addition, machinery already equipped with a Kubota engine can leverage this Micro-Hybrid technology by installing three main components. This allows customers to enhance the added value of their existing applications with a minimal development cost.
Kubota’s Micro-Hybrid Engine stresses its minimal implementation, making the engine a simple, easy-to-install system. The engine has a straightforward design with three main components: a DC converter, a lithium-ion battery and a motor generator attached to the existing engine model.
Pavillion 15 - Booth C13