U.K.-based designer Mastenbroek has added a new engine to its CT12 Crawler Truck. Going forward, all CT12s manufactured this year will feature Volvo Penta’s D8 engine.
The six-cylinder engine is 252 HP and is compliant with the EU Stage V emission standards. It features an advanced exhaust after-treatment system based on SCR technology, uncooled EGR and a diesel particulate filter.
The CT12 is designed to aggregate backfill for subsurface drainage and has been through many different phases since its introduction to the market in 1983. In addition to its forward conveyor, the CT12 also features a tipping hopper, allowing it to be used as a dump truck for hauling aggregate along pipeline rights of way.
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