Scania offers adapted Tier 4i engines for markets without ultra-low sulphur diesel

Scania’s Tier 4i industrial engines can now be adapted to run in regions outside Europe and North America in which ultra-low sulphur diesel (ULSD) is not available. This versatility will allow the engines to run on diesels containing far more sulphur than ULSD.

The option has been requested by OEMs who plan to re-export their industrial applications to markets outside Europe and North America, and also by owners of equipment who want to sell their used machines to regions where ultra-low sulphur diesel is not available.

It will also be possible to adapt Scania’s Tier 4f industrial engines in the near future.

For further information, please contact:
Anders Liss, Sales Director Industrial Engines, Scania, tel. +46 8 553 705 25, e-mail anders.liss@scania.com

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