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Cummins upgrades models for Stage V (25-04-2018)


Engine manufacturer Cummins has announced its B6.7 and L9 engines are fully certified and in production at its UK factory, ahead of Stage V’s introduction next year.

Its B6.7 Stage V engine will produce 243kW, providing an increase of 30% on its Stage IV model. Meanwhile, the L9 Stage V model will provide an extra 13% of power over its previous version, reaching 298kW.

Cummins said that the higher capability of its two engines delivered down-sizing opportunities for its equipment manufacturers. It added that the increase in power and torque meant they were replacing engines of higher displacement with no impact on equipment operation and providing installation cost savings for OEMs.

Eric Neal, Executive Director, Cummins Off-Highway business, said, “These engines do more with less, offering higher power output and torque for improved machine capability in a smaller, lighter package that is cheaper to run. Simpler architecture with fewer parts means they are more reliable, and more productive.”

The company has now completed over 100 Stage V customer installations to date, with 30% being for new equipment.

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Crane Rental Company buys Demag CC 3800-1 (24-04-2018)


Chilean crane rental company Gruas Maule has purchased a Demag CC 3800-1 lattice boom crawler crane from manufacturer Terex Cranes. Gruas Maule will use the crane for work in the mining and wind power industries

According to Terex, the Demag CC 3800-1 crawler crane is the first machine of its kind purchased by Gruas Maule and among one of the largest units found in South America. It has a capacity of 650 tonnes at a 12 metre radius, a load moment of 8484 tonnes, and it can erect wind turbines with a hub height of up to a 117 metres.

Rolando Echeverria, operations manager at Gruas Maule, said, “For the type of work we plan to do, the CC 3800-1 will give us a real competitive advantage and ensure we can perform the most demanding jobs in the mining and wind power industry. We are excited to put this machine to work.”

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Left to right: Rodrigo Molina, service supervisor (Equipos y Servicios Trex), Sönke Eichhorn, service trainer (Terex Cranes), Felipe Inagaki, service engineer (Terex Cranes), Alexandre Vaccari, trainer supervisor (Terex Cranes)

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Eastern Peripheral Expressway is almost getting ready (21-04-2018)


The Eastern Peripheral Expressway (EPE), which consumed 5 lakh tonne of cement and 1 lakh tonne of steel, is going to be completed in a record time of about 500 days against a target of 910 days. The expressway will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 29. Here are some facts about the new road.

Distance and cost

The 135-km six-lane access-controlled expressway, built at a cost of nearly Rs 11,000 crore will help decongest the national capital along with the first phase of Delhi-Meerut Expressway. The cost of construction alone was Rs 4,420 crore.

Tech all-along

The EPE is equipped with smart and intelligent highway traffic management system (HTMS) and video incident detection system (VIDS) besides a closed tolling system in which the collections will be made only on the distance traveled and not on the entire length and would be lit with solar lights.

Apart from Highway Traffic Management System (HTMS) that includes Variable Message Signs (VMS) CCTV, Video Incident Detection System (VIDS), Warning Devices, Over Speed Checking System, Weigh-in-Motion, Pavement Management Systems and Fiber Optic Network, it will have real-time incident management.

To bring down pollution

The expressway will divert an estimated 2 lakh vehicles passing through the national capital daily to this bypass. This will help in decongesting Delhi and its adjoining areas as no commercial vehicle (which is not destined for Delhi) can enter Delhi.

Going green

This is the first expressway in the country with solar power for lighting on the entire expressway. There are 8 solar power plants on this expressway having a capacity of 4000- kilowatt (4 MW). For plantation, drip irrigation has been used in the central median as well as for avenue plantation.

The interchanges have been developed architecturally with beautiful plantation merged with fountains and 28 fountains have been installed. About 1.5 crore cum fly ash has been used in the project and about 20,000 trucks of earth were carried out in a single day to expedite the project.

EPE amenities

Along the expressway, wayside amenities are being developed at six locations which will have the facility of petrol pumps, motels, rest areas, washrooms, restaurants, shops, repair services etc. to cater the various needs of the expressway users, he said adding a total of about 2.5 lakh trees will be planted as green belt.

Besides rainwater harvesting in the project, thirty-six monuments like Ashoka lion, Konark Temple, Jaliyanwala Bagh, Ashoka Chakra, Gateway of India, Qutab Minar, Char Minar, Lal Quila, Kirti Stambh, India Gate and Hawa Mahal have been installed.

courtesy: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com

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