Cummins Logo  
Contact UsRSSTwitterYouTube  
cumminsengines.com
Bus News

Archive for June 2018

 

Posted

Knowledge is Integrated Power

Eaton Cummins Automated Transmission™ Technologies, a Cummins joint venture, is making
driving easier on school bus operators while providing savings for municipalities. This is thanks to the pairing of the Procision™ automated manual transmission (AMT) with the Cummins B6.7™ engine. Learn how this powertrain can benefit school bus fleets through integration of key systems and advanced technologies.

SHARE:

Posted

Cummins Electrifies the Bus Market

Once again, Cummins is extending its portfolio of power products, this time with an innovative fully electric power system for urban, shuttle and intercity bus applications. The Cummins Electric Power Battery System makes use of lithium-ion battery technology and leverages proprietary controls to maintain battery charge for zero-emissions operation. A range of offerings are available in order to suit an array of customer duty cycles.

SHARE:

Posted

What School Bus Operators Need to Know About Torque

When you look at specifications for school bus engines, you will commonly see two types of torque figures: peak torque and clutch engagement torque. This article defines these two types of torque and why they’re important to school bus operators. Spec’ing the right level of torque for diesel or natural gas powered buses can make a considerable difference in driver satisfaction, fuel efficiency and durability.

SHARE:
 


Terms and Conditions  ©2019 Cummins Inc., Direct Marketing, Mail Code 60610, 500 Jackson Street, Columbus, IN 47201 U.S.A.

We use cookies on this site to enhance your experience. By clicking any link on this page, you give consent for us to set cookies. For more information, see our Privacy and Legal page

Got it!