Common rail injection system
Contributes to an outstanding fuel efficiency and keeps down the noise levels emitted by the engine - which is very important for equipment operating in urban environments.
Fixed geometry turbo
Low complexity, high efficiency, low fuel consumption.
All heat mode devices on the engine
Volvo Penta has selected to use an air inlet throttle, uncooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) and an electrical exhaust pressure governor (EPG) for highly effective heat management of the engine. All three heat mode devices work together to enable maximized efficiency of the exhaust aftertreatment and they thereby deliver maximized uptime, fuel efficiency and low cooling requirements.
No high temperature regeneration
Due to the fact that no sulfur regeneration in the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) catalyst is required, only soot regeneration is needed to clean the diesel particulate filter (DPF). There is no need for addittional fuel injection to create this regeneration, it is always achieved by the engine's highly efficient heat management.
How the Stage V aftertreatment technology works
The aftertreatment system is flexible – easy to install, operate and maintain. The modular approach ensures that the system can be installed in a number of different configurations and positions. View the film to find out more on how the technology works.
Why Volvo Penta’s Stage V concept is your best option
- Ease of installation, operation, maintenance
- Low total cost of ownership
- Exceptional fuel efficiency
- A complete scope of supply, “plug and play”, from fan to exhaust pipe
- Best-in-class regeneration strategy for maximized uptime
- Worldwide service network, excellent technical support during and after installation