Cummins reduced-emission genset QSK951

Cummins engines are not only very clean, but also retain their performance advantages without treatment strategies that add cost and complicate maintenance.

Global emissions standards are changing and require solutions that are innovative and deliver optimal efficiency for our customers. Berger/ Cummins strives to provide the most flexible and most dependable solutions as individual as every piece of equipment and every customer’s needs. We work hard to develop systems that produce lower levels of air pollutants while balancing the needs for better fuel efficiency and performance.

It’s a win-win helping customers comply with increasingly stringent emission regulations and being a part of improving the environment. To protect public health and conserve our planet’s natural resources, legislation from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and regulatory agencies in the European Union (EUhas, for the past decade, required that pollutants produced by diesel engines - such as nitrogen oxides (NOx), hydrocarbons (HC) and particulate matter (PM) - be reduced.

Throughout this time, Cummins has been at the forefront of the move to meet these new standards, becoming:

  • The first manufacturer to introduce EPA Tier 2 and Tier 3 products to the market - ahead of the regulatory deadline.
  • The first manufacturer to introduce EU Stage IIIA compliant generator-drive diesel engines to Europe.
  • The leader in innovative emissions solutions that focus predominantly on in-cylinder improvements to eliminate most of the NOx, HC and PM before they are formed.

As a result, our diesel engines are not only very clean, but also retain all of their performance advantages without exhaust after treatment strategies that add cost and complicate maintenance for end users.