Diesel engine BF 4 M 1013
6-cylinder4-cylinderturbocharged

diesel engine
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Characteristics

Type
diesel
Number of cylinders
6-cylinder, 4-cylinder
Technology
turbocharged, in-line
Product applications
for construction equipment
Other characteristics
compact, water-cooled
Torque

577 Nm, 700 Nm, 854 Nm, 1,050 Nm (425.5734 ft.lb)

Power

115 kW, 118 kW, 174 kW, 223 kW (156.356 hp)

Rotational speed

Min.: 650 rpm (4,084.07 rad.min-1)

Max.: 2,300 rpm (14,451.33 rad.min-1)

Description

Modern water-cooled 4-cylinder in-line engine. Three separate mounting options for gear-driven hydraulic pumps. Easily accessible service points on one engine side. Exchangeable cylinder liners in cooling water flow. Displacement 1.2 liters per cylinder. Compact design, high power-to-volume-ratio. Turbocharging with charge air cooling, integrated engine cooling package optional. Integrated high-pressure fuel injection system with single injection pumps. Electronic engine governor with diagnostic facilities with CAN-Bus optional. Water-cooled 4 and 6-cylinder inline engines with turbocharging and charge air cooling „ The robust engine design allows worldwide operation even with high sulphur fuels. „ The compact engine design and three PTO drive possibilities integrated into the gear drive reduce the installation cost and increase the number of applications. „ Best cold starting performance even under extreme conditions. „ Low noise emissions due to acoustically optimized components with very smooth running and high durability. „ Wet cylinder liners, long oil change intervals and easy changing of the engine fluids reduce the running and service cost and increase the availability of the machinery. „ Also available with an electronic motor regulator (EMR) to allow easy integration into the electronic device control and monitoring system.
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