Scania introduced a range of Stage IV and Tier 4 final compliant engines for off-road applications already in 2012. Regardless of if the engine is an inline 9- or 13-litre or a 16-litre V8 engine, they all share the same cylinder design that greatly simplifies repairs and parts supply, a real savings for customers.
Eight years ago Scania Engines made a strategic decision to focus on the key advantages that the industrial engines feature. In 2014 Scania Engines reached all-time high with almost 8,000 sold engines. Meet Robert Sobocki and learn more about the business area, its challenges and the engines.
At this week’s Intermat, an international exhibition for construction equipment in Paris, Scania exhibits a full range of engines complying with EU Stage IV/US Tier 4f regulations, consisting of a 9-litre engine, a 13-litre power generation engine with cooler and the powerful 16-litre V8 engine together with a SCR unit.