Cummins Introduces 2007 ISL For Vocational Market
Cummins Inc. has debuted its 2007 ISL diesel for vocational customers. The 2007 ISL has a peak horsepower of 365 hp and peak torque of 1250 lb-
Cummins said the particulate filter, designed to last the life of the engine, automatically collects and oxidizes particulates. When there is not sufficient heat in the exhaust, the engine control module actively controls exhaust gas temperatures so the catalytic reaction can take place. The particulate filter will require periodic service to remove the ash content. A typical vocational truck will need this filter serviced only once every 6,000 hours.
Further, the ISL engine will also feature a simple crankcase ventilation management system that Cummins said virtually eliminates any oil carryover from the engine. The average vocational truck will need to replace the low-cost Enviroguard coalescing filter at every third oil change.