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Everything You Need to Know – Cummins Westport ISB6.7 G

Manufactured at the Rocky Mount Engine Plant in North Carolina, the ISB6.7 G is buy-America compliant.The 6.7-liter, 4-cycle, spark-ignited, in-line 6-cylinder ISB6.7 G is capable of producing up to 240 hp with 560 lb-ft of peak torque. It runs on compressed natural gas (CNG), liquid natural gas (LNG) and renewable natural gas (RNG) while meeting […]

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APTA 2017: Winning Techs, Winning Technology

The 2017 American Public Transportation Association (APTA) Bus and Paratransit Conference provided a great opportunity for transportation authorities to witness Cummins Smart Efficiency™ initiative and provided them with a glimpse into Cummins advanced Connected Solutions for transit bus operations. One of the highlights of the week was the International Bus Roadeo, featuring teams from as far away as Edmonton, Ontario, and Oahu, Hawaii. Two events directly involved Cummins: the Allison® Transmission/Cummins EMP powertrain and the Cummins/Voith® powertrain event. Using ISL9 engines and Cummins INSITE,™ they raced to perform a series of diagnostic tests. That and a driving skills competition formed the basis for determining a grand champion.

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Cummins Announces Compatibility With Select Renewable Diesel Fuels

Whether you manage a public transit system or pupil transportation, there is always pressure to be sensitive to environmental concerns. To reduce the carbon footprint of transit and school buses, Cummins B6.7™ and L9™ engine platforms are now compatible with paraffinic renewable diesel fuels meeting the EN 15940 specification. This approval is for current model year engines and prior years as well. Paraffinic diesel fuels offer the potential to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 40 percent to 90 percent over the total life cycle of the vehicle compared with conventional fossil-based diesel fuel, and can be used as a 100 percent substitute for standard EN 590 or American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) D975 Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD).

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