CRS (Common Rail System)

Typically found in automobiles to help reduce emissions and decrease fuel consumption, CRS has been implemented on our M108X engine to accomplish the same results. The CRS electronically controls the timing and amount of fuel injection. By delivering high-pressure injections in stages, rather than all at once, an optimal combustion rate is achieved, thus offering greater efficiency in the cylinder. This equates into less combustion noise, commonly known as “diesel knocks”, better fuel efficiency and cleaner emissions. By controlling the amount of fuel injection, the CRS also serves to provide greater torque so that operations in the mid-to-high revolution range, such as baling, can be performed more smoothly.

Cooled EGR System

Our Cooled EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation) System aims at the same end as the CRS, to reduce noxious emissions. Specifically, the Cooled EGR System reduces smog-producing nitrogen oxides by lowering the combustion temperature. It accomplishes this by diverting exhaust gas through a cooler and then returning it to the combustion chambers, where the cooled gases minimize temperatures and hamper nitrogen oxide formation.