Engine And Generator Models
1 12 Scale Cummins Engine ModelSpecifications About Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI), a pioneer in creating diesel-powered cars, was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Columbus, Indiana. Cummins is a leading global manufacturer of power equipment and designs, manufactures and distributes engines and related technologies......
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Zinc Alloy Die cast
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Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI), a pioneer in creating diesel-powered cars, was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Columbus, Indiana. Cummins is a leading global manufacturer of power equipment and designs, manufactures and distributes engines and related technologies including fuel systems, control systems, intake air handling, filtration systems, exhaust gas treatment systems and power systems and provides after sales service. Cummins is headquartered in Columbus, Indiana, the United States through its more than 160 countries and regions around the world 550
Home distribution agencies and more than 5,000 dealers outlets to provide services to customers.
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The engine division manufactures and distributes a wide range of diesel and natural gas engines and corresponding component products for automotive, industrial and power generation equipment. Cummins engine displacement of 1.4 to 91 liters, the power range covers 31 to 3500 horsepower, is widely used in heavy trucks, mid-sized trucks, bus buses, recreational RVs, light commercial vehicles and pickup trucks and other road vehicles and construction machinery, mining equipment, Agricultural machinery, ships and railways and other non-road equipment. Not only is Cummins' engine renowned for its reliability, durability and fuel economy, but also for meeting increasingly stringent vehicle emissions (US EPA 2007/2010, Euro IV and V) and off-highway mobile emissions (Tier 3 and above) As well as marine engine emissions (IMO IMO standards) has been in the industry-leading competition
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