Everything you need to know about Cummins Engine.

Cummins Engine

Cummins INC., the manufacturer of Cummins engines started to manufacture engines in 1919 A.D. Cummins knew that automotive industry is the way to advance its technology and brand. Therefore, the company developed and manufactured the first of the present diesel engines. At present, most of the medium and heavy duty trucks use cummins engines. In addition, the diesel engine from cummins are recognized as superior truck engine.

In fact, a Cummins engine is an improvement over the original diesel engine. However, the major difference in the original diesel engine and cummins diesel engine is that cummins engine mixes the fuel and compresses the air rather than compressing the air and mixing the fuel. The other notable difference is the production of greater number of torque from cummins engine. In addition, it also differs in terms of engine block and cylinder head construction along with the firing order and the compression ration.

Cummins engines have become a household name in industries like, agriculture, automobiles, mining, construction and others. They are low in maintenance and are easily accessible for servicing, spare parts and replacement of components. The engines are super fuel efficient, reliable in terms of power and performance, and provides economic benefits as well. Moreover, the cummins engine produces very little noise and provide great comfort for operations.

Here are the facts about dependable and durable engine from Cummins.

Global Power Leader

Every type of vehicles these days uses cummins engines. The usage of this engines varies from pickup trucks to 18-wheelers and berry pickers to 360-ton mining haul trucks.

Reliable and Power packed Performance

The engine from Cummins produces best-in-class performance along with maximum power and torque. In addition they are also reliable and fuel efficient.

Innovation/ Innovative Solutions

The company offers wide range of engine products differing from “clean diesel engines and zero-emission natural gas engines to electric, hybrid and alternative fuel power-train technologies.”