MTU Introduce Mobile Rig Power Module

Press Release
Friday, October 12, 2012

Tognum to showcase Mobile Rig Power Module powered by MTU series 1300 engine at Permian Basin International Oil Show (PBIOS) in Odessa, Texas.

The Series 1300 offers the same legendary high standards of reliability and durability as its predecessor, the Series 60, with improved emissions technology and load performance. The Series 1300 offers a power range from 350-470 brake horsepower (bhp).

In addition, the MTU display will include:
 

  • The new Auxiliary Generator Package powered by the MTU 8V 1600 engine, designed to provide electrical power to drill rig operations.
  • MTU’s new Backpack product, which is an optional, pre-engineered air filtration/cleaner and exhaust mounting system that provides original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) with greater ease of installation. The Backpack will be displayed together with a Tier 4i MTU Series 4000 T94 frac engine, an EPA-certified 57.2-liter engine that requires no exhaust aftertreatment and offers two power ratings for hydraulic fracturing applications: 1,678 kW (2,250 bhp) and 1,865 kW (2,500 bhp).
  • The 12.8-liter, in-line 6-cylinder, MTU Series 1300 engine, incorporates a new Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR) system designed to make installation easier for OEMs in Tier 4 final applications. The Series 1300 will be offered for EPA Tier 4 final beginning in 2014, and is designed for a wide range of mobile and stationary well servicing applications, offering power ratings from 340 kW to 380 kW (456 bhp to 509 bhp).

The exhibition will take place Oct. 16-18 at the Ector County Coliseum in Odessa, Texas.
 

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