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QSL9 Engine (C300D5 with PCC1302)

Cummins QSL engines are built to deliver heavy-duty performance. Full-authority electronic engine
controls combine with the high-pressure fuel system, 24-valve design and centered injectors for one
of the highest power-to-weight ratios in its class. At the same ti me, the QSL delivers better fuel
economy, has better cold starting capability and is up to 50% quieter in operation than its
predecessors.
1 GENERATOR SET:
A generator set is the combination of an engine with an electric generator (often an alternator) to
generate electrical energy. This is a specific case of engine-generator.

Generating sets are used in places without connection to the power grid, as emergency power-
supply if the grid fails, as well as for more complex applications such as peak-lopping, grid support
and export to the power grid.

The main component of a typical QSL9 engine generator set are shown below.

Figure 1: Typical QSL9 Engine Generator Set

No Description No Description
1. Radiator 2. Air Cleaner
3. Alternator 4. Control Housing
5. Resilient Mountings 6. Bed Frame




2 ENGINE:

Some common features of the QSL9 engine are:

2.1 FULLY INTEGRATED ELECTRONIC CONTROLS.
A single, higher-capacity Electronic Control Module (ECM) controls everything from air intake to
exhaust after treatment for peak performance. Provides seamless integration of all components to
optimize engine performance.

2.2 HIGH-PRESSURE COMMON-RAIL FUEL SYSTEMS.
The QSL9 uses an XPI (Extra-High Pressure Injection) fuel system, developed by Cummins to provide
more efficiency for the 400-hp heavy-duty output of the 9-liter engine. In addition to increasing
power output and lowering fuel consumption, these fuel systems reduce noise and engine vibration.

2.3 FLEETGUARD FUEL FILTERS.
These engines are equipped with Cummins Fleetguard fuel filters featuring nanotechnology-based
media, designed to remove 98.7 percent of all particles as small as 4 microns, which is up to 13 times
more than competing filters.

2.4 DIRECT FLOW AIR SYSTEM.
From Cummins Filtration designed for Tier 4 installations to take less space, provide better
protection and extend filter change intervals. Flat profile enables more efficient direct flow of air
through the filter compared with conventional radial seal filters.

2.5 COOLED EXHAUST GAS RECIRCULATION (EGR).
Rebalanced for Tier 4 Final, this cooled EGR system reduces demand on the engine, improving fuel
efficiency and lowering cost of operation as it reduces fuel consumption and greenhouse gas
emissions.

2.6 CUMMINS VGT TURBOCHARGER.
It has fewer moving parts than competitive turbochargers yet is infinitely adjustable delivering the
exact amount of air to the combustion chamber with the precision of electronic controls.

2.7 ECOFIT ULTRA-LOW EMISSION SYSTEMS.
Introduced by Cummins Emission Solutions, EcoFit Ultra-Low Emission Systems for the QSL9 utilize
innovative after-treatment technologies designed to improve equipment performance and
integration with a more compact and flexible installation for Tier 4 Final.

The addition of the EcoFit Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system provides the ability to precisely
balance oxides of nitrogen (NOx) reduction between after-treatment and cooled Exhaust Gas
Recirculation (EGR) on the engine giving greater control over the combustion formula than ever
before.

Combined with SCR, the EcoFit Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) achieves near-zero emissions with
fully passive, flow-through operation. It is a fit and forget solution that is significantly smaller than
a particulate filter and offers a substantial benefit for increasingly space-constrained installations.

2.8 ILLUSTRATION OF AN ENGINE.
The following illustrations provide the locations of the major external engine components, filters,
and other service and maintenance points.


Figure 2: Front View
No Description No Description
1. Engine lifting bracket 2. Crankcase breather
3. Air Intake connection 4. Engine oil fill
5. Front gear cover 6. Fan pulley
7. Vibration damper 8. Self-Starter
9. Engine oil pan drain plug 10. Automatic belt tensioner
11. Coolant inlet connection 12. Water pump
13. Turbocharger


Figure 3: Exhaust Side View
No Description No Description
1. Exhaust manifold 2. Turbocharger
3. Turbocharger actuator 4. Crankcase breather
5. Rocker lever cover 6. Engine oil fill
7. Rocker lever housing 8. Coolant outlet connection
9. Coolant temperature sensor 10. Coolant heater port
11. Coolant inlet connection 12. Lubricating oil cooler
13. Lubricating oil filter 14. Dipstick location
15. Flywheel housing


Figure 4: Intake Side View
No Description No Description
1. Air intake connection 2. Crankcase breather
3. Intake air heater 4. Intake manifold pressure and
temperature sensor
5. Turbocharger control valve 6. Fuel rail
7. Fuel drain manifold 8. Fuel filter
9. Crankcase breather draft tube 10. Crankcase breather oil drain tube
11. Crankshaft speed sensor 12. Self-starter
13. Lubricating oil pressure sensor 14. Engine oil drain plug
15. Fuel lift pump (behind ECM) 16. Electronic control module (ECM)
17. Air compressor 18. Camshaft speed sensor
19. Engine data plate 20. High pressure fuel pump
21. Ambient air pressure sensor 22. Fuel rail pressure sensor


Figure 5: Rear View
No Description No Description
1. Engine lifting bracket 2. Crankcase breather
3. Turbocharger speed sensor 4. Turbocharger
5. Injector drain line connection 6. Flywheel housing
7. Flywheel 8. Engine oil drain plug
9. OEM fuel supply line connection 10. OEM fuel drain line connection
11. Air intake connection


Figure 6: Top View
No Description No Description
1. Turbocharger compressor inlet
temperature sensor
2. Turbocharger air inlet
3. Turbocharger air outlet 4. Turbocharger exhaust outlet
5. Turbocharger actuator air line 6. Crankcase breather
7. Flywheel housing 8. Crankcase breather oil drain tube
9. Crankcase breather draft tube 10. Turbocharger control valve
11. Fuel filter bracket 12. Air inlet connection
13. High pressure fuel pump 14. Crankcase pressure sensor
15. Engine oil fill 16. Coolant outlet connection
17. Coolant inlet connection