Cummins to unveil next-gen X15 engine at Intermat 2024

Cummins will unveil its next-generation X15 engine for the off-highway market at Intermat 2024 in Paris. The engine will be displayed at Booth 5a D063 during the global industry showpiece event staged from 24th to 27th April 2024.
Ancillary Equipment / April 17, 2024
By Guy Woodford
Cummins' next-generation X15H engine will be showcased at Intermat 2024. Pic: Cummins

Beau Lintereur, Cummins Executive Director of Off-Highway, said: “From working closely with customers, we’re acutely aware of the demand for combustion technology that delivers high power density and improved efficiency. The introduction of this clean sheet diesel engine marks another milestone as we continue our commitment to diversifying our portfolio of combustion technologies.


“With this launch, we are bringing customers a smaller and easier-to-install platform that will reduce operating costs and the overarching environmental impact. We’re looking forward to presenting this technology at Intermat and discussing the future of how we power construction.”


Visitors to Cummins’ booth at Intermat will see the newly launched engine and the range of wider Cummins and Accelera by Cummins products.


The power solutions manufacturer has already confirmed it will be displaying its latest B6.7 agnostic engine platform. This design enables clean diesel, biodiesel, natural gas, and hydrogen fuel applications with small head adjustment tweaks on production line. All engines across this range use the same transmission, cooling systems, and hydraulic systems. This common base engine design reduces complexity for equipment manufacturers and their customers who are looking to implement a diverse range of fuels.


The inclusion of the B6.7H hydrogen engine in Cummins’ agnostic engine range is aimed at a wide range of off-highway machinery, with a top rating of 290 hp (216 kW) and an impressive peak torque of 1200 Nm targeted for Stage VI/Tier 5.


Also confirmed for Intermat 2024, Cummins has outlined that it will be displaying its on board fuel storage system for hydrogen combustion. Cummins’ joint venture with NPROXX, a world leader in high-pressure hydrogen storage for stationary and mobile applications, will support OEMs and their product integration process. The storage tanks on show will have up to 700-bar pressure capability, maximising capacity and operating range.


The development of hydrogen technologies remains a key part of Cummins’ Destination Zero strategy.

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