The Hatz GB sales and engineering teams have returned back to their Hinckley headquarters from a sunny and very busy Hillhead 2018.
They displayed a variety of their advanced diesel engines including their new 3-cylinder 3H50TIC and 4-cylinder 4H50TIC engines. The 3H50TIC is a new liquid-cooled three-cylinder diesel engine available in the fan-to-flywheel version as well as an OPU (Open Power Unit) variant. With a displacement of only 1.5 litres and a maximum output of 130 Newton metres, the Hatz 3H50TIC is believed to be the engine with the highest torque in its class in the market today. The 4H50TIC is a 2-litre engine fitted with a turbocharged intercooler. They also displayed an OPU version of the 4H50TIC
Hatz GB used the show to explain to visitors to their stand how the clean output and modest dimensions of both of these engines would be ideally suited to power a range of various machinery.
Sales manager, Tarryn Jackson explained, “Our design and engineering team have put a huge effort into developing these engines and we are delighted to have the opportunity, at Hillhead, to detail all the new features and benefits these engines have to offer.
Tarryn continued, “The show was busy throughout the three days, a mixture of people visited our display area, some existing customers, but also a high number of individuals that have yet to consider our engines for their projects. They all seemed impressed with the qualities of the H50 range.”
The company also featured a new super-silenced water pump. This new 35 HP power pack, powered by the Hatz 3H50TIC, for 4 inch and 6 inch hydraulic submersibles is designed to meet with the forthcoming Stage V emission regulations. The power pack is produced by Active Engineering as part of their Quax pumps range. It is very compact and fitted with a 24 hour diesel tank. The power pack also features automatic high oil and low level shutdown, making it safe to run unattended. The complete unit is mounted on a skid with fork pockets with a safe lifting lug enabling easy movement around a site.
A brief walk around the Hillhead site uncovered a wide range of machinery powered by either an air-cooled and water-cooled Hatz engine. This included; bowsers, crushers, plate compactors, hydraulic pumps, lighting towers and welfare units.
Hatz diesel engines have been around since 1910. From their manufacturing base situated at Ruhstorf, Germany, Hatz produce a range of modern diesel engines from 3 to 55 kW. Their UK subsidiary, Hatz GB Limited, has its facilities centrally located in Hinckley, Leicestershire.