DEUTZ is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of innovative drive systems and is seeking to play a pioneering role in the development of high-quality, eco-friendly and efficient engines. And here at DEUTZ Australia, we are one of the top suppliers of unconventional drive solutions across Australia and New Zealand.
Since the first DEUTZ diesel motor was produced in 1898, our diesel engines have evolved to cater for numerous industrial applications.
We offer a wide range of engines from 12 to 620 kW, with air, oil or water cooling and life expectancy of 20,000 to 30,000 running hours TBO (Time Between Overhauling) on new units.
Our broad network of service outlets also ensures prompt access to diesel parts and services. We source the best diesel parts for our customers.
DEUTZ is also dedicated to environmental protection. Our diesel engine particle emissions have decreased by 97 percent since 1999. In 2021, 69.9 per cent of DEUTZ engines were EU STAGE V and US EPA T4 certified.
In August 2021, DEUTZ launched the company’s first hydrogen engine, the TCG 7.8 H2. The drive, which meets all the eligibility criteria set by the EU for zero CO2 emission engines, further adds to the company’s portfolio of low-emission and zero-emission drive systems.
The engine is designed for use in stationary equipment, generators and rolling stock. Testing and development of the TCG 7.8 H2 are conducted in Germany and globally by selected partner OEMs. It is scheduled to go into full production in 2024.
Our range includes water, oil and air-cooled engines for mobile machinery, stationary applications, agricultural machinery, automotive and marine applications.
Their features include:
- low fuel consumption
- reliability and dependability
- extremely low emission levels
- low operating costs
- outstanding performance
- air cooled or water-cooled configuration
- wide power range (12 – 620 kW).