Our 850 Series engines are designed to meet the needs of customers operating in EU Stage IIIB/IV/U.S. EPA Tier 4 Interim and Final equivalent territories. The 854E models built on more than 80 years of Perkins innovation and customer insights, offering you world-class power density 45-90 kW (60-120 HP) in a compact package. They provide the ideal choice for telehandlers, backhoe loaders, skid steer loaders, access platforms, agricultural tractors and many other applications.
The 854E-E34TA industrial engine is a turbocharged, air-to-air chargecooled, 3.4 liters, 4 cylinder unit. Its high power density and excellent torque mean OEMs can choose this engine where previously they might have used an engine with a higher cubic capacity. Downsizing this way offers you cost benefits and frees up space.
Benefits & Features
A lifetime of low cost
Low cost of ownership is an important benefit of the 854E. With fuel consumption optimized to match the operating cycles of a wide range of equipment and applications – and no additional fluids or additives required – your operating costs will be lowered. The engines are designed and built for dependability and durability, which results in minimum maintenance requirements.
Low cost maintenance is achieved through hydraulic tappets, multi v-belts and 500 hour oil change intervals.
A single core engine platform, with additional compact aftertreatment options, the 850 Series allows you to create smaller, high performing, more cost-effective machines for a wide range of applications.
We provide two year warranties for variable speed models as standard.
The 850 Series benefits from more than 80 years of Perkins innovation and customer insights.
Performance in a small package
Our 854E engines give you more power in a compact package. They provide 63–86 kW (84–115 HP) with torque of up to 450 Nm.
The compact design of the engine means it’s suitable for a range of applications including agricultural tractors, telehandlers, access platforms, air compressors, forklift trucks, trenchers, skid steer loaders, excavators and backhoe loaders. These engines meet the challenge if you’re looking to create smaller, higher performing, cost effective machines.
|Model||Power (kW)||Emissions||Specifications sheets|
|854E-E34TA||63.0 – 86.0||EU Stagiu IIIB/US EPA Tier 4 Interim||Data sheet|
|854E-E34TA IOPU||66.0 – 86.0||EU Stagiu IIIB/US EPA Tier 4 Interim||Data sheet|
|854F-E34T||45.0 – 55.4||EU Stagiu IIIB/US EPA Tier 4 Final||Data sheet|
|854F-E34T IOPU||55.4||EU Stagiu IV/US EPA Tier 4 Final||Data sheet|
|854F-E34TA||63.0 – 90.0||EU Stagiu IV/US EPA Tier 4 Final||Data sheet|
|854-E34TA IOPU||75.0 – 86.0||EU Stagiu IV/US EPA Tier 4 Final||Data sheet|
- 854E Standard
- DPF – Diesel Particulate Filter
- DOC – Diesel Oxidation Catalyst
- Air inlet system
- Exhaust manifolds
- Induction manifolds
- Cooling system
- Cooling packs
- Fan drives and locations
- Control system
- Electronic control module
- Sensors for: Engine speed; Oil pressure; Coolant temperature
- Starter motor
- Wiring harness
- Flywheels and flywheel housing
- Adapter plates
- Flywheel housings
- Flywheel and starter rings
- 854F Standard
- DOC – Diesel Oxidation Catalyst
- SCR – Selective Catalytic Reduction supplied with a range of inlet and outlet options
- SCR Auxiliaries – A range of tanks and heated lines are available
- Fuel system
- Common rail fuel pump and injectors
- Fuel filter positions
- Cold start
- Engine mountings
- Oil system
- Lubricating oil filters and breathers
- Power take-off
- Belt driven auxiliaries
- Front end drives
- SAE PTO drive
- Timing case gear driven auxiliaries