TCD 6.1 L6

Water-cooled 6-cylinder inline engine with cooled, external exhaust gas recirculation with turbocharging and with charge air cooling.
Engine and exhaust aftertreatment (EAT) are optimised for highest total system efficiency and thus ensure lowest consumption and total operating cost.
Consistent installation and connection dimensions of the engine facilitate the changeover of existing installations to the next stage of the emission laws. The size and design of the engines will remain identical in the change to Stage V due to a protected technology. No changes to the customer‘s device. A variant without EAT is available as an option for less regulated markets.
The powerful DEUTZ Common Rail (DCR®) injection system and the electronic engine control (EMR) with intelligent link to the drive management ensure optimum engine performance at low fuel consumption.
The engines meet the requirements of the EU Stage IV and US EPA Tier 4 with DVERT® selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and particulate filter (DPF). Through the use of the DPF they already comply with the EU Stage V emissions standard expected from 2019.*
Best cold starting performance even under extreme conditions.
Long oil change intervals and easy changing of the engine fluids reduce the running cost and increase the availability of the machinery.
The extremely compact engine design and customer friendly accessories reduce the installation cost and increase the number of applications.
100% power take-off at flywheel and front end and additionally up to three PTO drives with a total torque of up to 315 Nm

Technical data
Emission norms EU V, US T4f, EU IV
Series TCD 4.1/6.1
Number of cylinders 6
Bore 101 mm4 in
Stroke 126 mm5 in
Displacement 6.1 l372 cu in
Maximum nominal speed 2300 rpm
Power output 180 kW241 hp
at speeds 2300 rpm
Max. torque 1000 Nm738 lb/ft
at speeds 1450 rpm
Min. idling speed 600 rpm
Specific fuel consumption 200 g/kWh0.33 lb/hph
Length 1082 mm42.6 in
Width 678 mm26.7 in
Height 946 mm37.2 in
Weight 620 kg1367 lb
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