• 6/8DL36
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  • Up to 5200kWm
  • Medium speed, 600-750rpm
  • Anti-Clock or Clock rotation
  • Four stroke
  • Cylinders are built in line
  • 2 stage charging
  • Injection: Common Rail
  • Alternatively: direct, mechanical, one pump per cylinder
  • Designed to comply with IMO TIER-3
  • Can run on diesel, heavy fuel and bio-fuels. Dual fuel execution is also possible.

Available in 6 and 8 cylinders in line

The new DL36 range will expand the ABC market to larger vessels such as ferries, coasters, offshore vessels, military ships, dredging applications and large tugboats. With the 8DL36 (5200 kW) and the soon to follow V-versions (up to 10.400 kW) ABC will be able to supply all major shipyards with solutions for any type or size vessel. The DL36 range will also allow ABC to be competitive in the 20-80 MW power plant range.

With a bore x stroke of 365 mm x 420 mm, the DL36 will be set to deliver 650 kW/cylinder at 750 rpm with BMep of only 24 bar, ensuring that the traditional ABC reliability and robustness is maintained.

Introducing innovative technology such as EGR, 2-stage turbo-charging and a radically optimized common rail system, the engine’s emissions are designed to meet the IMO-3 requirements without catalyst, maintaining the excellent competitive fuel and oil consumption. For those applications not requiring IMO-3 a full mechanical version will remain available. To be as versatile as possible, a wide variety of fuels like MDO, HFO, dual fuel and bio-fuels are possible.

The 6- and 8-cylinder in-line engines will focus mainly on the marine market where the V-engines (12 and 16 cylinders) will penetrate the large generator set applications to be found in thermal power plants as the 16DV36 will produce over 10 MW.

With the design and development of this new engine family, ABC confirms the position as a major player on the medium speed engine market.

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