Liebherr will also be at InnoTrans 2022, in the dual role of component manufacturer and OEM. Let’s start with the most familiar components: the internal combustion engines.

Liebherr brings D966H ay InnoTrans Berlin

According to the German company, they will present the horizontal version of the D966H, 6 cylinders in inline diesel engine with 13 litres displacement (BxS: 135 x 157 mm), which was specially developed for railcars. This combustion engine, which is being presented in its diesel version, is HVO-capable. Currently, the engine technology is being further developed for use with hydrogen. The D966 off-road version has a maximum power of 450 kW at 1,900 rpm and 2,800 Nm maximulte torque. The engine features for regulated and unregulated markets identical performances, the same requirements for the machine‘s cooling system, and the same interfaces when installed.

Air-free brake actuator 

According to the officials, “for decades, Liebherr products and technologies have been helping to drive progress in the rail industry. The trade fair motto for this year’s InnoTrans points to this: “Always on track for progress”. At the international exhibition of the railway industry in Berlin, the company will be presenting products and technologies from three product segments that revolve around the subject of rail: Firstly, innovative solutions for rail vehicles from the fields of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning technology, electronics and hydraulic actuation systems. Among them is a world premiere: the air-free brake actuator a key component of the air-free brake system of Siemens Mobility.

Liebherr InnoTrans
Liebherr has been successfully developing and producing railroad excavators for use both on the road and in rail transport at its site in Kirchdorf an der Iller since 1967. With the A 924 Rail Litronic, Liebherr is presenting a representative of the new generation at the trade fair.

Railroad excavators

In addition, Liebherr will be presenting a representative of its new generation of railroad excavators from the construction machinery sector. The company has been producing powerful and high-quality railroad excavators since 1967. These can be used both on the road and in rail transport. There they carry out, for example, work related to the maintenance or renewal of rail systems as well as the laying of track infrastructures.


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