DEUTZ will be presenting its new innovative diesel and gas engines for the China 4 emission stage (due to start in 2020) at the “bauma China” in Shanghai from 27 to 30 November. Among the completely new developments that DEUTZ is showing in Shanghai is the zero-emission hydrogen engine with KEYOU-inside technology. As is well known, the current KEYOU prototype engine is a six-cylinder DEUTZ series diesel with a displacement of 7.8 litres, which has been converted and further developed by KEYOU into a hydrogen engine. Visitors at the DEUTZ booth in hall N5 in Shanghai will be able to see the results for themselves (please see also press release DEUTZ).
“bauma China” is an international trade fair for construction machinery, construction material machinery, construction vehicles and construction equipment taking place every two years in Shanghai. The international offshoot of “bauma” in Munich has now firmly established itself as the industry’s biggest and most important event in Asia. The Asian market is subject to constant growth, which is associated with high demand for construction machinery, building material machinery, construction equipment and vehicles. After the appearance of KEYOU at the “Aachen Colloquium China” recently in Beijing, KEYOU has now set their mark another time on the Asian market.