Diesel engines continue to be one of the most powerful machine engines and one of the most used in transportation. As both a rugged and reliable engine, there’s little reason to choose otherwise. Still, with global efforts moving towards greener energy and solutions, diesel engines are part of that change. By moving towards greener diesel engine models for your fleet, you get all the reliability and strength, but now with an eco-friendly advantage and less need for diesel engine repairs.
Thinking about upgrading your fleet? Here is all you need to know about our new 2021 model year diesel engines:
Combustion Efficiency Is All About Integration
Better fuel efficiency is a major aspect of engine improvement, but it’s not just a matter of fixing one component. To better improve combustion efficiency in the 2021 engines, the overall integration of the systems was targeted for improvement. Automated manual transmissions, specifically, focus on giving the engine optimal fuel efficiency and lower emissions.
In the past, diesel engines suffered from bad combustion efficiency and output. Over the years, though, improvements have been made to address combustion efficiency. By making our 2021 engines smarter and integrating automation, diesel engines are moving towards a smarter, greener future.
Too much heat friction in an engine will, over time, cause damage to the engine and eventually cause it to require diesel engine repairs. With higher friction levels, it also plays a role in affecting the efficiency of the engine. Too much friction and too little efficiency mean less gas mileage overall. An engine without enough oil won’t be able to lubricate properly, which will also cause more friction.
Synthetic oil has been made specifically to help reduce engine friction. The synthetic oil lasts longer than regular oil, cuts down friction and, as a result, boosts gas mileage. Better lubrication and lowered friction translate into better energy conservation for our new engine models.
Lessening Waste Heat Recovery
Lessening the amount of heat recovery wasted in diesel engines benefits both the engine and the environment. For the engines, the less fuel needed to produce heat, the better its efficiency. It also means that less harmful carbon emissions are released into the environment, which is our main reason to reduce heat waste. Once, diesel engines were prone to losing large amounts of fuel efficiency and releasing high amounts of carbon emissions. With new 2021 diesel engines, though, heat recovery has been improved, and our engines are more fuel-efficient than ever.
Going Greener Than Ever
In 2017, a new diesel engine was released with reduced C02 emissions. Now, for 2021, manufacturers are striving to further that reduction. With reduced fuel consumption, better efficiency, and reduced emissions, diesel engines are moving towards a greener future. Even as other technologies such as electric vehicles or hydrogen fuel cells are developed, diesel still remains a top contender. That’s why, as the global movement to go greener continues, our diesel engines will be right there, also going green.
Motorplex is fully certified and trained in any vehicle maintenance or repairs, including diesel truck repair. With fleet maintenance in Spokane, WA, and Auburn WA, Motorplex is always ready to help. Contact us now to book an appointment for service.