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Precision Performance: The Cutting-Edge Technology Behind D10 Engine

Technical Parameters Of D10 Engine

D10 Euro Ⅲ Series Diesel Engine
TypeIn-line six-cylinder, Water-cooling, Four-stroke, Inter-cooling, High-pressure common rail
Valve Number24
Cylinder Diameter × Stroke (mm)126×130
Displacement (L)9.726
Compression Ratio17:117.5:1
Rated Power (kW) (ps)198(270)213(290)221(300)249(340)279(380)
Rated Rotational Speed (r/min)19002000
Max. Torque (N·m)11901290134014901590
Max. Torque Speed (r/min)1200~1500
Idle Speed (r/min)600±50
External Characteristic: Min. Specific Fuel Consumption (g/kW·h)≤189
1m noise dB(A)≤97
Net Weight (kg)850
Emission LevelEuro Ⅲ


Working Principle of D10 Engine

D10 Engine
D10 Engine
D10 Engine
The D10 engine is a heavy-duty diesel engine commonly used in construction equipment and heavy trucks. It operates based on the principles of internal combustion, specifically the diesel cycle. Here’s a simplified explanation of its working principle:
  1. Intake Stroke: The engine piston moves down from the top dead center (TDC) to the bottom dead center (BDC), creating a vacuum in the cylinder. The intake valve opens, and air is drawn into the cylinder. The air is filtered to remove any contaminants before entering the combustion chamber.
  2. Compression Stroke: After the intake stroke, the piston moves back up from BDC to TDC, compressing the air trapped inside the cylinder. As the air is compressed, its pressure and temperature increase significantly. At the end of this stroke, the fuel injector sprays fuel into the combustion chamber.
  3. Combustion Stroke: At TDC, when the air is highly compressed, the fuel injected is ignited by the heat generated by the compression. This ignition causes a rapid combustion of the fuel-air mixture, resulting in a powerful expansion of gases. The expanding gases push the piston back down, creating the power stroke.
  4. Exhaust Stroke: Once the power stroke completes, the exhaust valve opens, and the piston moves back up from BDC to TDC, forcing the burned gases out of the cylinder. The exhaust gases are expelled through the exhaust system.
  • This process repeats in a continuous cycle, known as four-stroke combustion, to produce power. The D10 engine is typically designed with multiple cylinders arranged in a specific configuration (e.g., inline, V-shape) to provide better performance, smooth operation, and increased power output.

Maintenance Precautions for D10 Engine

When conducting maintenance on the D10 engine, it’s important to take certain precautions to ensure safety and avoid any potential damage. Here are some maintenance precautions to keep in mind:
  1. Safety first: Prioritize your safety by wearing appropriate personal protective equipment such as gloves, eye protection, and protective clothing. Ensure the engine is turned off, and any electrical connections are disconnected before starting maintenance.
  2. Refer to the manufacturer’s manual: Familiarize yourself with the manufacturer’s maintenance guidelines and procedures specific to the D10 engine. The manual will provide detailed instructions on maintenance intervals, recommended fluids, and proper procedures.
  3. Use the correct tools: Always use the appropriate tools and equipment for each maintenance task. Using the wrong tools can lead to damage or injury. Ensure that your tools are in good condition and properly calibrated if required.
  4. Follow proper shutdown and startup procedures: Before starting maintenance, shut down the engine following the manufacturer’s recommended shutdown procedure. Similarly, when starting the engine after maintenance, follow the proper startup procedure to ensure all components are in place and functioning correctly.
  5. Allow the engine to cool down: Many maintenance tasks require the engine to be cool to prevent burns or other accidents. Allow sufficient time for the engine to cool before working on it.
  6. Inspect for any hazards: Before beginning any maintenance, inspect the engine area for potential hazards such as leaking fluids, loose wires, or damaged parts. Address any issues before proceeding.
  7. Adhere to proper lifting techniques: When lifting heavy components or using lifting equipment, follow proper lifting techniques to prevent injuries or damage. Seek assistance if needed.
  8. Properly dispose of waste materials: Follow appropriate environmental regulations and guidelines for the disposal of used fluids, filters, and other waste materials generated during maintenance. Do not dispose of hazardous materials improperly.
  9. Keep a record of maintenance activities: Maintain a comprehensive record of all maintenance activities performed on the D10 engine. This can help track maintenance intervals, identify patterns, and ensure timely servicing.

The Price List of D10 Engine Parts

Packing of D10 Engine

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When packing D10 Engine, it is essential to ensure that they are properly protected to prevent any damage during transportation.

Here are some steps to pack D10 Engine effectively:
  1. Clean the parts: Before packing, make sure to clean the D10 Engine thoroughly, removing any dirt, grease, or debris. This will help maintain the quality of the parts during transit.
  2. Use appropriate packaging materials: Select suitable packaging materials to protect the D10 Engine Consider using sturdy cardboard boxes, foam inserts, bubble wrap, or packing peanuts to cushion and secure the parts.
  3. Wrap individual parts: Wrap each D10 Engine separately with bubble wrap or foam padding to provide extra protection against impacts and vibrations. This will prevent any scratching or potential damage caused by friction.
  4. Consider organizing parts: If there are multiple D10 Engine, we will systematically organize them. We will use small plastic bags or compartments inside the packaging to keep the parts separate and avoid entanglement or potential damage due to contact.
  5. Use proper sealing: Once the parts are securely placed inside the packaging, ensure the boxes are properly sealed to prevent any accidental opening or shifting of the contents during transit. Use strong packing tape to seal all the edges and corners of the box.
  6. Label the packages: Clearly label the packaging with appropriate shipping labels, including the recipient’s address, contact information, and any other relevant details.
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