New engines on show
By Ian Cameron28 October 2019
Kubota will demonstrate its belief that there is no one single fuel type for the future by bringing its “One source, Multiple Solutions” engine range to Agritechnica 2019.
Headed by the 5 L V5009 large-displacement engine, Kubota’s highest performance engine to date, the line-up will demonstrate the company’s offerings to the agricultural equipment industry across an expanding power range, incorporating multiple fuel types.
For the first time at an agricultural show, Kubota will showcase its comprehensive, most efficient and high-performance engines to date.
On display will be the V5009 diesel engine, part of the new 09 Series which is complemented by the V4309 4 L diesel engine. Designed and developed for larger agricultural, construction and materials handling machinery, possible applications for both engines include telehandlers, wheel loaders, crop sprayers and harvesting equipment.
The new 09 Series heads up a continuously expanding range of gasoline fueled engine models on display, designed specifically for a variety of machine types used in areas such as urban municipal environments. These include the new V1505-CR-T, WG1903 and D902-T power units.
Kubota -Hall 16, Stand D50
John Deere Power Systems (JDPS) will be at Agritechnica highlighting its line of Stage 5 certified variable and constant speed engines. The full industrial Stage 5 lineup from John Deere offers ratings from 36 to more than 500 kW with displacements from 2.9L to 13.6L.
JDPS will exhibit several Stage 5 certified engines including the new 13.6L with increased efficiency, installation flexibility and power in a more compact package. JDPS will also display the latest 4.5L EWS generator drive engine, featuring a new SCR catalyst with integrated DEF mixer resulting in more compact packaging, serving the 80 kVA and the 100 kVA markets.
Hall 13 — Stand C40, 10