Optimized for tomorrow

Stage V regulations are scheduled to take effect in January 2019, in Europe, requiring new emission limits for diesel and spark-ignited engines used in a variety of industrial applications. The scope of the regulations is set to widen, as for the first time, engines below 19 kW and above 560 kW will be included in the legislation. And while current Stage IV regulations limit the overall mass of particle emissions, Stage V will also affect the number of particles emitted. Volvo Penta’s new Stage V platform has been optimized to meet the upcoming emission standards, as well as future customer needs. Volvo Penta has taken advantage of proven and mature concepts already existing today across the Volvo Group, and has listened closely to customers to understand their future application requirements. The new Stage V range ensures installation commonality between different emission levels. The engine program will be consistent, from Stage II to Stage V, which is hugely beneficial for OEMs. Designed with ease in mind, Volvo Penta offers a complete system, where the engine and EATS work together in harmony. High efficiency in the EATS has enabled Volvo Penta to deliver reduced complexity of the engine. The end result is that the technology across the Stage V range is optimized for ideal use. For Stage V, the engine has been equipped with a fixed geometry turbo, which contributes to reduced complexity, improved fuel consumption and increased efficiency. A common-rail injection system reduces noise levels and delivers reduced fuel consumption.

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