The Scania industrial engine range is designed to meet all demands and targets regarding performance and fuel economy, as well as consistent environmental performance, robustness and dependability. Vital systems are developed in-house, including engine management, fuel injection and emission control systems.
Scania’s electronic Engine Management System (EMS), together with electronic unit injectors, contributes in a great way to cutting both fuel consumption and emissions. Increased swept volume and electric controlled wastegate turbo charger are other examples of value-adding technical features. To ensure maximum reliability, the injection system is designed for rugged use and accepts both biodiesel and varying fuel qualities.
Dual oil filtration system
All Scania engines have a unique oil filtration system that provides maximum filtration and minimum wear. A full-flow paper filter removes large particles while a centrifugal cleaner filters out small particles. Scania’s oil filtration system remains unchallenged as the best in its class, providing concrete benefits like better operating economy and lower environmental impact.
Pioneering technology for emission control
Scania uses two emission control technologies – EGR and SCR – to handle emissions in the most effective way. With EGR, exhaust gas recirculation, the intake air is diluted with exhaust gases to reduce NOx formation during combustion. SCR, selective catalytic reduction, is an aftertreatment system where a urea solution (AdBlue) is injected into the exhaust flow, causing a catalytic process that reduces NOx. Also the accelerator response is superior to other solutions, which provides for better driveability. The new engine range for Stage IV/Tier 4f employs both EGR and SCR in order to minimise emissions and to eliminate the need for particulate filters.
Technology for renewable fuels
Scania supports the much-needed shift to renewable fuels. This shift can be achieved with existing technology and with fuels that are already available on the market. Scania has delivered trucks and buses with ethanol engines since the late 1980s, and permits its modern engines to run on up to 100% biodiesel (FAME fuel, e.g. RME). Now our engine customers can benefit from that vast experience.
Compact dimensions. Common footprint.
A Scania engine is compact and impressively streamlined by default, which makes it ideal to build into any application. And since the engine “footprint” is practically identical irrespective of emission step, life is simplified for manufacturers that operate globally, on different markets with different needs.