China Construction Machinery Business Network | To introduce you to this is my engine @ Weichai WP10
Weichai WP10 engine in the domestic loaders, is an indispensable existence. If you let every loader manufacturer such as a star on the micro-Bo on the general public, "Declaration of Love," most companies publish content should be "Hello everybody, to tell you about this is my engine @ Weichai WP10. " That's especially true for those companies that sell well on 5-ton loaders.
In the first 8 months of this year, a total of 64,335 loaders of various types were sold in the domestic total of 24 major loader manufacturers, up 41.11% from 45,592 in the same period of 2016, while the annual sales volume of loaders is expected to sprint from 90,000 to 95,000 station. Among them, 5-ton loaders are still the most favored market. In August, the sales of 5-ton loaders accounted for 62.15%. In recent years, Weichai engine market share of more than 80% in the 5-ton loaders, the market for every three 5-ton loaders sold, there are two assembly Weichai WP10 engine.
Weichai WP10 engine
According to China Construction Machinery Business Network editors understand that at present, Shandong Lingong, Liugong, Xugong and other domestic mainstream loader manufacturers, 5 tons of loader products are generally assembled Weichai WP10 engine, such as Shandong Lingong L952 and Liugong CLG850H and other sales of star products are Weichai 162kw WP10 engine.
In fact, before the implementation of the third-country emission standards for non-road mobile machinery, the 5-ton loader on the market is mainly equipped with the Weichai WD615 engine. WP10 engine is Weichai WD615 engine based on the use of BOSCH electronic control common rail system developed to meet the country's three standards to discharge a new generation of diesel engine products, with superior fuel economy, better low-temperature start-up performance and more Low noise.
Nowadays, with the recovery of the domestic loader market, more and more WP10 engines are fought in the north and south of the Yangtze River and the new glories of "Made in China" are written.