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Danfoss can help you to update your machine design – achieve greater productivity, using less energy.What’s the effect of Tier 4 and Stage IV legislation?New, lower emission Tier 4 and Stage IV engines will have a significant impact on all future generations of off-road machines. By our estimates, between 10,000 and 15,000 different machines will need to be redesigned. In order to meet these regulations, a number of engine characteristics will be affected:
The legislation will impact several areas, including the following:
How can Danfoss help?We’re performing detailed research in order to find out how we can best produce more efficient, productive machines. Focusing on solutions for propel, work, control and vehicle management functions, we’re prepared to meet the challenges posed by Tier 4 and Stage IV legislation.We are ready to be your emission solutions partner. Let’s get started together.
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Maximize available torque while maintaining work function operation with the new Electronic Torque Limiting (ETL) control solution.
Between 10,000 and 15,000 different off-road machines will have to be redesigned in order to comply with Tier 4 or Stage IV emission requirements.