Minsk Motor Plant (MMZ) is ready for the introduction of the Euro-5 emission standard, the company’s press service reported.
Diesel engines for trucks, buses, and other heavy vehicles require complicated and expensive systems for neutralizing exhausts in order to observe the Euro-5 environmental standard. MMZ is ready for changes on the transport market of the closest strategic industrial partner – Russia. MMZ now offers batch-produced four-cylinder Euro-5 compliant engines D-245.35E5 with an electronic system for controlling fuel delivery Common Rail and a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system for neutralizing exhausts. The engine boasts 177 hp with the rated speed of 2,200 rpm. The engines have Customs Union certificates, which are valid till August 15, 2020. MMZ has been shipping these engines to the Belarusian automobile engineering company MAZ since June 2016. The engines have already been tried and tested as part of the manufacturing process and are compliant with all the technical parameters of the European standard.
MMZ has made a six-cylinder Euro-5 engine D-262.3E5 with the output of 270/330/360 hp with the rated speed of 2,200 rpm and the Common Rail and SCR systems and has handed it over to MAZ. Two other diesel engines have been made for MAZ-6430 trucks with the weight of up to 48 tons and 52 tons. The engines are certified for compliance with the Customs Union’s technical regulation on the safety of wheeled vehicles.
MMZ has also made Euro-5 compliant engines for the Russian automakers PAZ and GAZ. They have Customs Union certificates valid till July 2019. The first engine D-245.9E5 with the output of 136 hp and the rated speed of 2200 rpm boasts the Common Rail system, an exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system, and a particulate filter for buses.
MMZ has developed the D-245.7E5 engine for GAZ Company. It boasts the output of 130 hp with the rated speed of 2,200 rpm. The engine boasts similar approaches to reaching the Euro-5 emission standard. Emission requirements for vehicles are specified by the Customs Union’s technical regulations. In line with the regulations the Euro-5 standard for cars came into force in Russia on January 1, 2016. The Euro-4 standard stay in effect for trucks, buses, and off-road cars till December 31. The Euro-5 standard will be enforced for trucks, buses, and off-road cars in Russia on January 1, 2018. (BelTA/Business World Magazine)