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The Cummins 16-cylinder QSK95 reaches mining power output previously available only from 20-cylinder engines. High power density is achieved with a hardened power cylinder featuring the strong single-piece forged-steel piston. Deep structural strength is provided by an all-new ductile iron-skirted block. This increased strength contributes to higher engine uptime availability, extended life-to-overhaul and more cost-effective rebuilds. The QSK95 will be available as a global mining engine platform capable of operating at mine sites anywhere in the world and meeting all emissions standards, including Tier 4 Final in North America, using Cummins proven Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) aftertreatment.