DEUTZ Australia unveils the company’s latest innovations at the most recent product launch

Mining, industrial, earth moving, construction, marine and agricultural industries were all represented at DEUTZ Australia’s 2024 product launch. The event, held at the company’s head office in Dandenong South, was an opportunity for salespeople, technicians, engineers, dealers and OEMs from across Australia to explore DEUTZ Australia’s newest and most innovative products. “It has been a…
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Packing a Whole Lot of Power

Creating DEUTZ Australia’s new TCD 7.8 Power Pack has been a labour of love for Wasantha Perera. It has taken time, patience, attention to detail and the support of the entire DEUTZ Australia team to bring his vision to life — but the end result has been worth all the challenges. DEUTZ factory-built Power Packs…
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The efficient TCD 3.9L engine makes its debut

Visitors to one of the world’s largest construction equipment fairs in the US, CONEXPO, got their first glimpse of the new TCD 3.9 engine recently. The engine is the result of a collaboration between DEUTZ and John Deere Power Systems that began in December 2020. After identifying a gap in the market for an engine…
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Performance without the hefty price tag

From the long-haul trucks that transport essential products across Australia to boom lifts that perform key functions on construction sites, farms and utility facilities, a reliable diesel engine often lies at the heart of these pieces of machinery.

Rare DEUTZ truck found

A rare 1950s prototype DEUTZ cabover truck has found a new home after carting hay for years. Its new owner has visions of transforming the unique vehicle into a period-style car carrier that will certainly make an eyecatching entrance at car shows and conventions.

More old DEUTZ engines found

Our campaign to find the oldest DEUTZ engine in Australia and New Zealand has unearthed several old beauties dating back to 1926. In our last edition, we brought you the story of a special DEUTZ engine and our quest to see whether it is the oldest in the region. We’ve now found several more.

Powering Antarctic Research

DEUTZ generators are helping scientists at the Antarctic Research Centre to uncover the stories buried in the ice and sea floor.

Full steam ahead for old engine

This vintage DEUTZ diesel engine helped power Melbourne’s old State Theatre and is starring in a social media campaign to find Australia’s oldest DEUTZ engine.

Melbourne Steam Traction Engine Club volunteers saved the 1928 German made four-cylinder vertical two-stroke diesel engine and are keen to restore it.

Going Solar! Introducing new solar gensets

A request from a dealer helping a government client to resolve the challenges of operating in remote locations sparked a new optional extra for DEUTZ’s Gensets. The DEUTZ-approved factory option is a solar-powered battery charger that is perfect for Australia’s remote but sunny landscape.

Full steam ahead for historic railway

DEUTZ is helping to keep Tasmania’s historic West Coast Wilderness Railway on track with two generators at either end of the scenic route. Railway officials purchased two DEUTZ DPS33DB Gensets to ensure that its stations in Queenstown and Strahan are never without power.