Tata Motors Launches New Bs Iv-Ready Medium &Heavy Duty Trucks

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16 May, 17 10:49
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Udaipur: Tata Motors showcased five new BS IV ready MHCVs in Jaipur, with both EGR and SCR technologies.Tata Motors has perfected both technologies for its wider range of commercial vehicles from SCVs to HCVs as per technical suitability to meet the recently implemented emission standardinstituted by the Government of India.
With SCR technology, Tata Motors will also be able to develop 'FUTURE READY'BS VI compliant product solutions due to come into effect by 2020.
To comply with BS IV emission norms, EGR technologyadopted by Tata Motors in 2012-13helps reduce NOx emissions (nitrogen oxides) from the engine and willpower Tata Motorssmall-to-medium range, with engine power requirements of up to 180HP.
With Tata Motors having adopted SCR emission solutions since 2011-12, the technology allows optimal engine combustion temperatures, for better power, performance and fuel efficiency and is turned to reduceparticulate matter. SCR technology will power Tata Motors Medium-to-Heavy-Duty range, based on Tata Cummins engines ranging from 160HP to 400HP.
While EGR is a relatively low cost, simple, and 'easy to integrate' solution, SCR can be scaled up further to meet stringent upcoming BS VI emission standards, which will come into effect in 2020.
Tata Motors today showcased the following BS IV ready trucks for Rajasthan
-Tractor : Signa 4923.S BSIV & Signa 4018.S BSIV
-Cowl : LPT 3718 BSIV
- Cowl : LPT 1613 BSIV
- Fully Built Tipper : LPK 2518 BSIV
Girish Wagh, Head, Product Line - Medium & Heavy Commercial Vehicles, Tata Motors said, "For over the last six decades we at Tata Motors have led technology shifts in the Indian medium & heavy duty trucking space,having developed futuristic products and solutionsahead of its time. With BS IV having kicked in, we continued to be at the forefront in meeting this emission regulation, with the introduction and adoption of EGR and SCR technologies in 2012-13 and 2011-12 respectively and today are best placedto offer both BS IV technologies, based on varied applications. The future ready approach hasnot only helpedusmeet regulatory requirements, but also optimizes the total cost of ownership, ultimately benefitting our customers.
Having said that, today we working towardsBS VI emission standards, even before the 2020 timeline, further reiterating our leadership and capabilities to be ahead of time."
Apart from being the market leader in commercial vehicles in India, Tata Motors has been exporting its products to countries like Russia, Australia, Europe, South East Asia and Latin America, where emission regulations have been ahead of India, with Tata Motors products already meeting Euro IV and Euro V regulations.
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