DEUTZ set to launch two new LPG gas engines
DEUTZ will be extending its product offering in the lower power output range both in regards to cubic capacity and the choice of fuels.
It will successively release its latest-generation TCD engine program for biodiesel and bring two new LPG engines (DEUTZ G 2.2 and G 2.9) for use in material handling and compact construction machinery, opening the way for gaseous synthetic e-fuels.
Based on the successful four-cylinder TCD 2.9 (30 to 75 kW), there will be a three-cylinder variant, the TCD 2.2, ranging in output from 22 to 56 kW.
Both these diesel engines will also be available as liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) versions, named G 2.2 and G 2.9.
All the variants will be based on the same engine platform, generating extensive synergy effects.
These drives will represent a further option, in particular for low-load applications in the material handling and compact construction equipment field.
The G 2.2 will be exposed to the world’s gaze for the first time in Munich in April this year.