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At the end of October 2017, Tianjin Pauway Power Equipment Co., Ltd commissioned an emergency power supply system consisting of ten 20-cylinder MTU Series 4000 engines for a new data centre operated by Internet Service Provider Sinnet in the eastern district of Beijing. This will now be the fourth time Sinnet has equipped one of its data centres with emergency diesel gensets from Pauway, powered by MTU engines.

ROLLS-ROYCE DELIVERS EMERGENCY POWER FROM MTU FOR NEW DATA CENTRE IN BEIJING

Dec 04, 2017 - At the end of October 2017, Tianjin Pauway Power Equipment Co., Ltd commissioned an emergency power supply system consisting of ten 20-cylinder MTU Series 4000 engines for a new data centre operated...

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Rolls-Royce Power Systems and China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation (CRRC), the world’s largest rolling stock manufacturer, have signed a Strategic Partnership Agreement. Pictured are Dayong Chen, General Manager for International Business at CRRC, and Andreas Schell, CEO of Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG.

ROLLS-ROYCE AND CHINA RAILWAY ROLLING STOCK CORPORATION AGREE STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP

Nov 29, 2017 - Rolls-Royce Power Systems and China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation (CRRC), the world’s largest rolling stock manufacturer, have decided to grow and deepen their successful partnership.

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In his qualifying exam, Andreas Matt achieved 97.6 points out of a possible 100, making him the best graduate in his discipline in the whole of the Baden-Württemberg region.(From left to right: his trainer Hilmar Hickethier, Andreas Matt and Marcus A. Wassenberg, CFO and Labor Director at Rolls-Royce Power Systems)

BEST APPRENTICE IN BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG COMES FROM ROLLS-ROYCE

Nov 22, 2017 - The best apprentice to qualify as a metalworking specialist comes from Rolls-Royce Power Systems. Andreas Matt came first in his year and in the whole of Baden-Württemberg.

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The power outputs of the six-cylinder MTU Series 1100 and 1500 engines have been boosted by 20 kW across the board, meaning they now cover a power range of 240 to 480 kW and deliver up to 3,100 Nm of torque. The further developed engines will also receive EPA Tier 4 certification, enabling vehicle manufacturers to target both the EU and NAFTA markets, with both regions able to benefit from the product improvements. In the picture: Ponsse Scorpion (6R 1000 MTU engine/ OM 934)

11,111 MTU ENGINES FROM ROLLS-ROYCE FOR FINNISH MANUFACTURER OF FORESTRY MACHINES PONSSE

Nov 13, 2017 - The 11,111th engine delivered to Ponsse by Rolls-Royce is a Series 1000 six-cylinder in-line engine from MTU. This unit will soon be used to deliver power to a Scorpion, the most advanced full...

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For its Dammann-trac self-propelled crop-spraying vehicles, the Dammann company confidently places its faith in MTU engines: all four versions in the product family are powered by MTU Series 1000/OM 936 engines.

EU STAGE V: AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY IS FIELD TESTING 150 MTU ENGINES FROM ROLLS-ROYCE

Nov 13, 2017 - Rolls-Royce is presenting MTU agricultural engines designed to meet the EU Stage V emissions regulations at this year’s Agritechnica in Hanover. MTU is currently field testing some 150 prototype...

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Series 1000 to 1500 engines, which are based on Daimler commercial vehicle engines and have been upgraded for EU Stage V jointly by MTU and Daimler, will be available to ship as early as June 2018. Customers will continue to be able to source the EU Stage IV engines which will be available alongside the new models. Agriculture and forestry vehicles powered by MTU engines include, in particular, combine-harvesters, corn choppers, large tractors, beet harvesters, self-propelled crop sprayers, wood chippers and timber harvesters. 
In the picture: Claas Xerion 4000 (6R 1100 MTU engine).

AGRITECHNICA 2017: MTU ENGINES FROM ROLLS-ROYCE ARE STAGE-V-READY

Sep 29, 2017 - Rolls-Royce will be presenting its range of MTU agricultural engines meeting the off-highway emissions regulations – due to come into force in 2019 – at the Agritechnica agricultural equipment trade...

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Rolls-Royce has acquired from G+L innotec the exclusive rights of use for a new technology for the electrically-assisted charging of off-highway combustion engines in the power range above 450 kW. Rolls-Royce plans to offer engines of its MTU brand with this technology as of 2021. 
To provide the turbocharger with electrical assistance, a permanent magnet is installed upstream of the compressor wheel (1) and the electrical winding (2) is integrated into the casing of the compressor. The special feature of this arrangement is the large gap between the magnet and winding. This ensures that there is no aerodynamic impact on the charger and also that existing chargers can be adapted easily to enable them to make use of this technology.

ROLLS-ROYCE ACQUIRES TECHNOLOGY FOR THE ELECTRICALLY-ASSISTED CHARGING OF MTU ENGINES

Sep 25, 2017 - Rolls-Royce has acquired from G+L innotec the exclusive rights of use for a new technology for the electrically-assisted charging of off-highway combustion engines in the power range above 450 kW.

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Rolls-Royce is to supply a total of 500 MTU Series 106 engines to Polish vehicle manufacturer Jelcz. The type 6R 106 TD21 engines will be used to power four-wheel-drive Jelcz 442.32 all-terrain trucks for use by the Polish Armed Forces.

ROLLS-ROYCE TO SUPPLY 500 MTU ENGINES FOR VEHICLES TO BE USED BY THE POLISH ARMED FORCES

Sep 21, 2017 - Rolls-Royce is to supply a total of 500 MTU Series 106 engines to Polish vehicle manufacturer Jelcz.

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Rolls-Royce Power Systems and Japanese company Tominaga & Co., Ltd. are to work closely in the future on serving the marine, O&G, rail and C&I markets. Tominaga, previously a service partner for MTU products, will now be supporting subsidiary MTU Japan Co., Ltd. as a distributor.

ROLLS-ROYCE STRENGTHENS PARTNERSHIP WITH TOMINAGA IN JAPAN

Sep 20, 2017 - Rolls-Royce Power Systems and Japanese company Tominaga & Co., Ltd. are to work closely in the future on serving the marine, O&G, rail and C&I markets.

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MTU supplies its first EPA Tier 4-compliant propulsion systems to Californian WETA (Water Emergency Transportation Authority) for installation in three brand-new high-speed catamarans. WETA already operates over thirty MTU engines – Series 2000 or 4000 – in its San Francisco Bay ferry fleet. In the picture the "Mare Island" (2 x MTU 16V4000 M73) in front of the harbour of San Francisco.

ROLLS-ROYCE DELIVERS FIRST EPA TIER 4-COMPLIANT PROPULSION FROM MTU FOR THE SAN FRANCISCO WATER EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

Sep 14, 2017 - Rolls-Royce has won the order for delivering its first EPA Tier 4-compliant propulsion systems from MTU to WETA (Water Emergency Transportation Authority) for installation in three brand-new catamaran...

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