The latest additions to the Kubota engine portfolio, and taking central position at the stand, will be the D902-K and another new electronically controlled engine both featuring Kubota’s highly advanced and ground-breaking TVCR technology.
As the engines are electronically controlled they can communicate via CAN, which means engine operating data, needed for remote monitoring of performance, can be acquired. So the users of the current in-line mechanical fuel injection engines can upgrade with minimal engineering cost due to the new engines having similar dimensions.
At bauma 2022, carbon neutrality solutions will be a key feature for Kubota and it will display its range of available technologies including LPG engines and Micro Hybrid engines. Kubota Micro Hybrid Technology is a system installed with a 48-volt motor generator using electric power only when intermittent overloads need to be handled.
Among a range of other engines on show will be the Kubota 09 Series V5009 engine which was the company’s first diesel engine above 200 HP and won the “Diesel of the Year” award in 2019.
A digital presentation (100 Years of Kubota Engine 1922-2022) will also feature on the booth. Kubota Corporation was founded in 1890 by Gonshiro Kubota in Osaka, Japan. While the initial focus was on manufacturing cast-iron pipes for water supply lines to contain and prevent the spread of infectious diseases with clean drinking water, the company introduced its first kerosene-powered engine in 1922.
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