Front cover: Let there be light

February 2006
European Power News;Feb2006, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p2
Trade Publication
The article features Scania's five-cylinder DC9 EMS engine available for genset requirements. It is an all-speed engine for wheel loaders, fork lift trucks, dump trucks and others. It also has double balance shafts for smooth and silent running and based on Scania's modular engine range where the identical cylinder concept is used for all engine sizes.


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