After pushing its battery electric zero emission credentials hard at the recent IAA Transportation Expo I Hannover last month, Scania is set to showcase its zero emission push its clean green internal combustion construction equipment solutions at the massive BAUMA trade fair in Munich from 24 October.
Scania says it will be there to showcase its newly launched inline engine platform for the first time, and will bring several products to the fair, among them the Next Generation 13-litre DC13 engine for industrial operations and power generation.
Scania says it will also have its E-machine and battery for electrified power solutions on display at its stand at the massive BAUMA Expo.
Scania ihas built a reputation as a supplier of power solution engines and now says its products will be even more sustainable.
Scania added that its Connected Services are designed to ensure operators get class performance from their solution along with top class maintenance and support.
The company said it has also made services a natural add-on to its deliveries, with the rest being Connected Services which be highly visible on its stand.
The company said there will also be a possibility to experience its Next Generation 11-litre DC11 engine via augmented reality saying that to have the new engine platform at the fair is a highlight.
“This is our most fuel-efficient engine platform ever, with more torque, more power and up to 50 percent longer base engine lifespan,” says Pär Olof Åhlin, the product manager for power generation at Scania.
“We want to empower a more sustainable future, and the leading position we have in trucks and buses now expands to industrial power,” Åhlin said.
“Scania’s new platform carries the performance and reliability that customers are used to from Scania, but with added CO2 emission reductions,” he added.
Scania said that a shift towards sustainability has definitely reached the construction segment, and as long as combustion engines are still in use, and the company believes they will be in the foreseeable future, then it believes their climate impact should be improved.
“That is why Scania takes the lead to decrease how they affect the climate,” said Meet Uzel, Scania’s product manager for industrial.
“You will see this in the non-road mobile machinery and earth moving equipment powered by Scania, and it is truly obvious in our new engine platform,” Mert Uzel, added.
Scania added that Italian genset rental specialist, BRUNO, which has collaborated with it before, will again at Bauma this year, by showing a field test 13-litre DC13 engine of Scania´s new platform installed in one of its applications.