Northern Lights Introduces New Engine

Monday, February 09, 2009

Northern Lights, a manufacturer of marine diesel generator sets and Lugger diesel engines, introduced their newest propulsion solution – the L6125H diesel engine, featuring an electronically-controlled high-pressure common-rail (HPCR) fuel system. 

The L6125H is based on the heavy-duty Komatsu industrial engine block and is custom marinized by the Northern Lights engineering team, whose five decades of experience are well known to mariners across the globe. The L6125H reaches a high output rating of 470 hp at 2300 rpm.

The L6125H has a power-to-weight ratio of 4.8 lbs./hp and the HPCR fuel-delivery system, which maximizes atomization of the fuel delivered into the cylinder, ensures a more complete combustion. 

The L6125H will be available for orders in spring 2009.

(www.northern-lights.com)

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