Cummins India Ltd will exhibit its cutting-edge solutions for the construction equipment industry at CII Excon 2022 (Hall 4 – Stall no A 22) in Bangalore from May 17 to 21, 2022, to commemorate its 60-year presence in India.
The exhibition also kicks off Cummins’ 60-year campaign in India, which aims to honour the brand’s legacy and keep its promises to its stakeholders.
For more than a century, the company has been a global leader in power solutions.
At CII Excon, the company will showcase its latest B4.5 (121 to 173 hp) and B6.7 (173 to 260 hp) products, which comply with CEV BSIV regulations.
These products are capable of scaling up to CEV BS V and CEMM BS IV/V emission levels. In addition, according to the company’s press release, it offers a wide range of power solutions to the Construction Equipment industry.
Valvoline Cummins Pvt. Ltd and Fleetguard Filtrum Pvt. Ltd, Cummins’ joint venture partners, will also be exhibiting their products at the stall, demonstrating the spirit of ‘OneCummins.’
“Tough terrains demand tougher equipment, and no one makes tougher construction engine systems than Cummins,” Anjali Pandey, Engine Business and Components Business Leader, Cummins India, said of Cummins’ participation at EXCON. Our construction engines are known for their dependability and durability, delivering more responsive power with lower maintenance costs. As a result, our customers benefit from maximum uptime and lowest TCO.”
“The 4.5L and 6.7L CEV BSIV-compliant engine systems help us strengthen our presence in the construction segment while meeting stringent emissions standards and providing value to our customers,” Pandey added. This year’s EXCON is unique in that it marks the 60th anniversary of our presence in India.”
Engine system B4.5 CEV BSIV
B4.5 CEV BSIV has a 121 to 173 horsepower rating and is suitable for soil compactors, 14 to 20 tonne excavators, 3 to 3.5 tonne wheel loaders, pavers, and motor graders. In comparison to 6-cylinder engines, this engine provides the best in class fluid economy and has completed over 18,000 hours of test cell and field validation in India.