The integration of functions as a means of reducing overall costs has become increasingly important for the automobile industry. In the design of new engines or the re-design of existing engines, special attention must thereby be paid to the interfaces between components that can be combined physically or technically. Hengs's modular designs have played an important part in this development by reducing the number of interfaces and thus costs as well.
High function density
For the Deutz TCD 2013-4V engines
Hengst designed and built a special fluids management system for the Deutz TCD 2013-4V engines. A compact fluids management system can be achieved without making ... More »
High power density - Precision engineering saves space
For the 1.8 l Opel engines
For the new third-generation Opel 1.8 l Fam1 engines (Z18XER) the existing engine and vehicle package was expanded to include the functions of an...
Integrated oil centrifuge - Longer service intervals
For the Mercedes-Benz ACTROS
The expanded multifunction module for the engines of the Mercedes-Benz 500 Series represents a further major increase in capability. With its new integrated oil...
For the HDEP-Engines of the DAIMLER Truck Group
New dimensions for a compact fluid management system
A compact and economical fluid management system is achieved with a modular housing in which the common interfaces from the oil and coolant systems are ... More »