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Inboard engine QSL9
propulsiondieselboating

inboard engine
inboard engine
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Characteristics

Type
inboard, propulsion
Power source
diesel
Market
boating, professional vessel
Technology
turbocharged, common-rail
Other characteristics
Tier 3, Tier 2
Power

Max.: 410 ch (410 hp)

Min.: 290 ch (290 hp)

Description

Overview: 209-302 kW | 281-405 hp Dependability and long life proven through thousands of hours of reliable commercial and trawler operation Clean, quiet operation with virtually no startup smoke from the high-pressure common-rail fuel system Excellent fuel economy for long range cruising Peace of mind delivered by the Cummins Captain’s Briefing and global service network Built at Darlington Engine Plant in Darlington, U.K. and at Rocky Mount Engine Plant in Rocky Mount, NC, U.S. Engine Design – Robust engine designed for long life. Metric O-ring seals and edge molded gaskets eliminate fluid leaks. Aluminum pistons for exceptional durability Fuel System – High Pressure Common Rail electronically-controlled fuel system provides constant high injection pressure regardless of engine speed or load condition. Benefits include low noise and vibration for quiet operation and faster load acceptance Lubrication System – Standard capacity (18 L [19 quart]) marine grade oil pan, plus a selection of engine mounted and remote lube filters for installation flexibility and ease of maintenance Cooling System – Single loop, low temperature aftercooling eliminates the need for two keel coolers and lowers emissions. Tube and shell heat exchanger designed for superior durability and ease of service with minimal maintenance requirements. Fan drive available for radiator cooled configurations

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