Yanmar America will showcase the Powerpack version of its 4TN107FTT industrial diesel engine at CONEXPO in Las Vegas. The Powerpack is a palletized drop-in power unit that simplifies installation and design engineering for OEMs. Available in outputs up to 207-hp (155 kW), the Powerpack offers OEMs a path to design and package their diesel power solution.
“Designing configurations that meet manufacturer’s requirements for after-treatment and controller components is a significant burden to OEMs,” said Arley Bedillion, sales manager, Yanmar Power Solutions. “Yanmar’s Powerpack provides the OEM with a power solution that already meets many of the validation requirements, simplifies installation and reduces the work required by the OEM customer.”
The Powerpacks are assembled at the Yanmar America facility in Adairsville, Ga.
At the heart of the Powerpack is the 4TN107FTT inline four-cylinder diesel engine. The powerful 4.6 L diesel was first unveiled at bauma in 2019 and meets EPA Tier 4 final and EU Stage 5 exhaust emissions regulations. The 4TN107FTT features two-stage turbocharging, with a low-pressure turbocharger raising power at higher speeds and a high-pressure turbo boosting output at low engine speeds.
“As a first for Yanmar America, the two-stage turbocharger for industrial engines allows for a 45 kW (60 hp) power increase at 2200 rpm compared to our single turbocharger version”, said Carl Micu, Yanmar America power solutions division. “We work closely with our customers, developing innovative products and services to meet the challenges of industry towards A Sustainable Future for all.”