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    The air-cooled diesel engine produced by Deutz is very famous.

    The cooperation between Deutz and Chinese companies:

    Hebei Huabei Diesel Engine Factory (License) – Huachai is a subsidiary of China Ordnance Industry Group. In 1979, Huachai introduced the production license of the 413 series air-cooled diesel engine from Deutz. In 1988, it introduced 513 series air-cooled diesel engine technology, equipped with a variety of military vehicles, and participated in the 50th National Day military parade in China. In 2002, Huachai exclusively introduced the production license of Deutz 1015 series and 2015 series water-cooled diesel engines. In 2015, Huachai and Deutz signed the TCD12.0/16.0 technology license agreement and introduced high-pressure common rail technology to make 132 series diesel engines reach the international advanced level. At present, Huachai mainly produces FL413, FL513, BFM1015, TCD2015, TCD12.0/16.0 series engines.

    Beijing Internal Combustion Engine Co. Ltd. (License) – Beinei, formerly known as Beijing Internal Combustion Engine Factory, began mass production of model 492 gasoline engine in 1965. In 1982, Deutz Technology was introduced to produce 912 air-cooled diesel engine. In 2005, it mainly produced 912/913 series engine. The current product range covers 2/3/4/6 cylinders.

    FAW Dalian Diesel Engine (License) – FAWDDE is one of the earliest manufacturers in China to develop and produce diesel engines. In the 1970s, the 100 series diesel engines produced by them were exported to 25 countries and regions such as the United States, Thailand and Singapore. In 2004, the sales volume of diesel engines exceeded 100,000 units. In 2007, it established a joint venture with Deutz to produce CA4/6DK, CA4/6DH and CA4DD series of engines. In 2018, FAWDDE repurchased the shares held by Deutz and changed to a wholly-owned subsidiary of FAW, but was still allowed to produce engines with Deutz technology. At present, the engines produced by FAWDDE are divided into five series of 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 liters according to the displacement, and the power covers 50-320 hp.


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