Inboard engine QSK60
propulsionauxiliarydiesel

inboard engine
inboard engine
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Characteristics

Type
inboard, propulsion, auxiliary
Power source
diesel
Market
boating, professional vessel
Technology
turbocharged, common-rail
Pollution control standard
Tier 3, Tier 2
Power

Max.: 2,700 ch (2,700 hp)

Min.: 2,000 ch (2,000 hp)

Description

Overview: 1491-2013 kW | 2000-2700 hp Designed to withstand the challenging conditions commercial marine operators often face; this same reliable, durable power is now available for recreational boating applications, including super yachts and yacht support vessels Improved idle stability and reduced noise and vibration are a direct result of the Cummins Modular Common Rail fuel system In-cylinder technology to meet IMO Tier 2/3 and EU Stg. 3a; platform for future emissions in the U.S. and globally Covered by a comprehensive one year warranty and backed by Cummins global service network Built at Daventry Engine Plant in Daventry, U.K. Engine Design – Robust engine block designed for continuous duty operation and long life. Metric O-ring seals and edge molded gaskets eliminate fluid leaks. Ductile single-piece iron piston design with hardened liners and nitride coated rings for exceptional durability Fuel System – Modular Common Rail Fuel System provides constant high injection pressure regardless of engine speed or load condition. Benefits include low noise and vibration for quiet operation, idle stability and improved low-end torque Cooling System – Low temperature aftercooling. Engine-mounted titanium plate heat exchanger provides superior durability with minimal maintenance requirements Exhaust System – Dry exhaust manifold with water shielding for reduced fuel consumption and improved performance

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