Freightliner Trucks Showcases First CNG Concrete Mixer at World of Concrete
Freightliner Trucks showcases its first 114SD concrete mixer with compressed natural gas (CNG) technology at the 2013 World of Concrete. The 114SD CNG concrete mixer will be on display among a diverse complement of severe duty mixer chassis at the Freightliner Trucks booth (#C6527).
The 114SD CNG concrete mixer is equipped with the Cummins Westport ISL G natural gas engine, which is designed for superior fuel economy, performance and dependability with near-zero emissions.
Built on Freightliner’s severe duty platform and designed for a variety of applications, the 114SD CNG concrete mixer is available in a wide range of vocational rear suspensions and frame options up to 5 million RBM. A heavy-duty frame, steel reinforced aluminum cab and flexible specs make the 114SD CNG concrete mixer ideal for the most demanding jobs. Freightliner Trucks collaborated with McNeilus Companies to build the truck.
“The combination of our severe duty concrete mixer with natural gas technology is the ideal blend of power, performance and efficiency,” said Robert Carrick, manager, Natural gas sales, Freightliner Trucks. “We are providing the mixer market with another solution for customers seeking an economical way to reduce emissions and fuel costs.”
The 114SD CNG concrete mixer is part of Freightliner’s expanded severe duty vocational product line. The Freightliner Trucks booth will also feature its 114SD set-forward axle bridge formula mixer equipped with a Detroit™ DD13® engine; its 114SD set-back axle mixer with a Detroit DD13 engine; and its 108SD set-back axle volumetric mixer featuring a Cummins ISC engine.
DTNA’s commitment to green technologies is part of parent company Daimler AG’s global “Shaping Future Transportation” initiative. Launched in 2007, the initiative is focused on reducing criteria pollutants, carbon dioxide and fuel consumption through the utilization of clean, efficient drive systems and alternative fuels. For more information about Freightliner Trucks, go to www.FreightlinerTrucks.com.