With powerful diesel engines from 114 to 175 hp, REFORM offers a wide range of different engines.
The engine is located behind the cab on all Boki municipal vehicles. During development, care was taken to ensure that the components are optimally protected against external influences such as dirt or corrosion. Also, the two radiators for engine and hydraulics are located at a higher position, away from the primary dirt area, and well protected against possible damage by e.g. high kerbs or other low obstacles, which often occur in narrow streets.
The flexible and extremely efficient 4-cylinder engines utilise very high torque over a wide speed range and excel with enormous engine output and good torque increase. The high torque ensures full power for operations in the partial load range, and the good torque increase guarantees high power output even in demanding transport applications. The engine is flanged directly to the gearbox in block design.
A powerful 4-cylinder turbo-diesel common-rail engine from VM Motori is used in the 114 hp performance class. Powerful turbo-diesel common-rail engines from FPT in the performance class from 150 to 175 hp ensure maximum efficiency and master every task effortlessly. Both engine types meet the latest emission stage EU6c.
The requirements for exhaust gas treatment increase with higher engine performance and are specified and continuously being tightened up by the legislator in various countries. REFORM complies with all legal regulations throughout its product range and constantly provides its customers with the latest technology for engines and exhaust gas treatment systems.
The latest generation of engines have extensive exhaust gas reduction technology. Both models have exhaust gas recirculation and a diesel particulate filter. The Boki municipal vehicles are equipped with self-regenerating particulate filters. The closed-loop diesel particulate filter system reduces soot emissions by over 98%. The system also absorbs and eliminates 99.9% of the particulate matter. In addition to the self-regenerating particulate filter, an oxidation catalytic converter is also installed to protect the environment.
With the additional Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) equipment and AdBlue additive, as well as monitoring of the NOX and particulate levels while travelling, the engines meet the stringent requirements of the EU6c emission stage. Thanks to automatic regeneration of the diesel particulate filter and the maintenance-free SCR equipment, maintenance of the exhaust gas treatment is kept to a minimum.
The more stringent emission stages reduce various pollutants in the exhaust gases of diesel engines.
Carbon monoxide (CO) – Hydrocarbon (HC) – Nitrogen oxide (NOx) – Particulate matter (PM)
Installing different exhaust gas treatment systems greatly reduces emissions of pollutants.
The entire exhaust system including diesel particulate filter and SCR system is located and protected on the passenger side. On request, it is possible to install the exhaust pipe upwards on some models.
The Boki municipal vehicles are equipped with a generous fuel tank of up to 90 litres. There is nothing in the way of a long working day, because the fuel will last for at least one working day or even longer, depending on the amount of work. Next to the fuel tank is an AdBlue tank, which holds up to 20 litres, depending on the engine manufacturer.