Tigercat FPT Tier 2 and Tier 4f engines offer quick load response, low operating costs and high power density, combined with excellent fuel economy. The second-generation common rail fuel injection system provides top performance in the most demanding applications.
Tigercat FPT Tier 4f emission technology is simple and reliable. The Tier 4f configuration meets emission standards without complex add-on components. The key is the patented selective catalyst reduction (SCR) after-treatment system.
Tigercat FPT engines offer improved reliability and lower long-term maintenance costs – the clear power choice for forestry and off-road industrial applications.
Simple Tier 4f technology
Tigercat FPT engines meet the stringent Tier 4 emission level requirements without the need for a variable geometry turbocharger, an EGR system, a higher capacity cooling system, an intake throttle body or a diesel particulate filter. No ‘regens’ are required.
In addition, the engine series offers proven reliability and lower long-term maintenance costs.
Most of the new emission equipment is found in the exhaust or after-treatment system. The key is the selective catalyst reduction (SCR) which converts the harmful components of the exhaust gas stream into water, nitrogen and carbon dioxide.
For the operator, other than refilling the diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) tank, no action is required for the SCR system to function.
Tigercat power, Tigercat support
The biggest benefit for Tigercat machine owners is that Tigercat FPT Tier 2 and Tier 4f engines are fully supported by Tigercat, including all parts, service, warranty and technical support.
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Tigercat customers worldwide will see the benefits of Tigercat FPT engines as the Tier 2 configuration is offered in addition to the Tier 4f.
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