Cummins Fuel Systems help enable engines to meet increasing emissions regulations while maximizing fuel-economy standards. The group’s world-class technologies help deliver fuel at the pressure levels necessary for outstanding results.

In both new product production and remanufacturing, the group is a critical partner to Cummins engine applications and other key external partners.


At a trade show in Germany in September 2014, Cummins revealed a selection of next generation innovations capable of improving the fuel efficiency of modern diesel engines. The selection included a new Heavy-Duty Fuel Pump.


The new high-pressure oil-lubricated pump for heavy-duty engines, which complements the Company’s robust injectors, offers industry-leading injection pressure of 2600 bar and a leak-free system design that reduces parasitic loss, increasing fuel economy. The pump offers a highly modular and adaptable design which is lighter than previous pumps, allowing for flexibility in customer integration.


“Over the last few years we have seen continued demand for smaller, lighter, high-quality components to drive diesel engine efficiency improvements, as well as the industry requirement from manufacturers for equal and higher power outputs,” said Suzanne Wells, Executive Director – Sales and Marketing, Components Business.