Volvo Penta D5 industrial engine is an in-line 4-cylinder, 5.1-liter diesel engine. It features common-rail fuel injection, overhead camshaft, and Variable Geometry Turbo.
- Proven and straightforward design, built on Volvo Group technology
- High power and torque even at low engine speed
- Compact, simple installation, and easy to service
- Same engine footprint for all emission standards
- SCR and cooled EGR only
Here are the key specifications for this product model. Want more details? Download the brochure or contact us.
|Detailed Segment||Industrial Versatile|
|Crankshaft Power kW||105||129||160|
|Crankshaft Power HP||143||175||218|
|Number of Cylinders||4|
|Emission Levels||EU Stage IV/EPA Tier 4f|
|Emission Compliance||EU Stage IV, EPA Tier 4f, CARB Tier 4 Off-Road CI, Japan, MSHA, Canmet, Bharat Stage IV|
|Emission Control Technology||Selective Catalytic Reduction, Cooled EGR|
|High-pressure fuel injection||Common-rail fuel injection|
|5 liter series|
Key features and benefits for D5 - EU Stage IV/EPA Tier 4f
Our long experience with SCR systems in combination with base engine development ensures maximal uptime. The D5 industrial engine is well balanced for smooth operations with low noise.
SCR technology selected by Volvo Penta does not increase the amount of cooling capacity needed. All material required to install the off-road engine can be ordered from Volvo Penta, and installation guidelines, drawings, and CAD models are easily accessible.
With Volvo Penta’s D5 industrial engine it is possible to reach maximum power and torque at low rpm, with lowered noise and fuel consumption as a result. The flexible layout of the power and torque delivers useful engine speed.
The efficient injection and robust engine design combined with the optimized SCR technology and a cooled EGR contribute to excellent combustion and low fuel consumption.
The D5 industrial engine’s service points are easy to access, making regular maintenance efficient. Optional equipment makes it possible to remote mount filters and service points. Oil change intervals can be as long as 1000 hours.