Inboard engine 6 M19.3
dieselprofessional vesselturbocharged

inboard engine
inboard engine
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Characteristics

Type
inboard
Power source
diesel
Market
professional vessel
Technology
turbocharged, common-rail
Power

450 ch, 500 ch, 550 ch, 578 ch
(450 hp, 500 hp, 550 hp, 578 hp)

Description

4 stroke diesel engine, direct injection, common-rail Bore and stroke 126 x 155 mm Number of cylinders 6 in line Total displacement 11.6 litres Compression ratio 17/1 Engine rotation (ISO 1204 standard) CCW * Idle speed 600 rpm Weight (without water & oil) 1200 kg Flywheel housing SAE 1 Flywheel SAE 14" STANDARD EQUIPMENTS Engine and block Cast iron cylinder block, with replaceable cylinder liners Separate cast iron cylinder heads equipped with 4 valves Replaceable valves guides and seats Steel forged crankshaft with 7 bearings Lube oil cooled light alloy piston with 3 high performance piston rings Cooling system Fresh / raw water heat exchanger with integrated thermostatic valves and expansion tank Cast iron centrifugal fresh water pump, mechanically driven Bronze self-priming raw water pump, mechanically driven Lubrification system Full flow duplex type oil filters Fresh water cooled lube oil cooler plate type Fuel system Electronic common-rail injection Double wall injection bundle with alarm and leakage collector Duplex fuel filters replaceable engine running Water separator Intake air and exhaust system Exhaust gas manifold cooled by the engine fresh water Dry turbo blower insulated Low water temperature cooled intake air cooler

Exhibitions

Meet this supplier at the following exhibition(s):

SMM Hambourg 2024
SMM Hambourg 2024

3-06 Sep 2024 Hamburg (Germany)

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    INTERNATIONAL WORKBOAT SHOW

    12-14 Nov 2024 NEW ORLEANS (USA - Louisiana)

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    *Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.