For locomotive builders looking for a new-power approach to achieve cleaner, more efficient performance, the QSK95 engine arrives on time to deliver radically improved power capability for both freight and passenger operations.
With over 4000-hp (2983 kW) output from 16 cylinders, the QSK95 surpasses other high-speed engines. In terms of emissions capability and compact installation, the QSK95 is way ahead of much larger medium-speed engines with a similar output.
For commuter and intercity locomotives, the 4200-hp (3132 kW) capable QSK95 is applied with an auxiliary Cummins rail engine to provide electrical hotel power to the passenger coaches.
High power density, together with Cummins space-saving exhaust aftertreatment, creates a lighter, fully integrated emissionized power solution designed to meet all of the requirements for new high-speed passenger locomotives. Operators of multipurpose freight locomotives from 3600 hp (2684 kW) will find the QSK95 is a costeffective and very dependable power solution – keeping train operations on schedule.