MTU Detroit Diesel heralds introduction of new MBE engine

By: Jason Whittaker


MTU Detroit Diesel says it is bringing the most technologically advanced and environmentally friendly generation of MBE engines to the

MTU Detroit Diesel says it is bringing the most technologically advanced and environmentally friendly generation of MBE engines to the Australian market.

The engines have superior economy, durability, performance and ease of service, according to Doug Seneshen, President and CEO of MTU Detroit Diesel.

"Our MBE engines have undergone a significant amount of development and testing, and will deliver the reliability and durability that our customers have come to expect, while at the same time meeting the new ADR80/02 emissions standards that were introduced on the 1st of January 2007, for new models, and the 1st of January 2008 for all trucks," he says.

The MBE 4000 engines will use Detroit Diesel Electronic Control (DDEC), which is an evolution of the proven system that has been running in Australia for many years.

The company says by offering the same DDEC platform across all Detroit Diesel on-highway engines, fleet managers will be able to streamline diagnostic tools and technician training.

The MBE 4000 also incorporates Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) technology to dramatically cut NOx formation by routing a measured amount of exhaust flow to the cylinders to lower combustion temperatures whilst maximising fuel economy and performance.

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