MAN B&W to Present New Engine Developments at SMM

Tuesday, August 13, 2002
The MAN B&W Diesel Group presents two new engine developments as well as the next turbocharger generation at the SMM trade fair (Vessel Marine Ocean Engineering) held in Hamburg, Hall 6, Stand 6001, from September 24 to 28. On an exhibition space of 350 square metres, the international business group proves its right to technology leadership with the title “Prime Movers“. The central exhibits at the stand are a huge piston of the K98MC two-stroke engine – the largest engine worldwide, and a product of the completely new developed TCA exhaust gas turbocharger series. The recent results of the MAN B&W Diesel development work are shown as models: - V 48/60B: The further development of the successful 48/60 engine is, in particular, suited for application in cruise vessels, ferries and large multi-purpose freighters. - RK280: Both high-speed ferries and the Navy profit from this new engine. - 20 PA6 B STC: The S.E.M.T. Pielstick engine has already been used for the propulsion of high-speed ferries and is presently also installed in speedboats of various Navies. - VP185: This high-speed engine is used in high-speed ferries and supplies, as GenSet, electric power on board vessels, etc.
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