Compact diesel offers high torque
Mermaid Marine is to show the latest Lombardini Kohler marine diesel engine at Seawork 2018.
The common rail KDI 2504 TCR is a compact turbo four-cylinder engine has been developed in response to the demands of a market that is increasingly addressed to the choice of compact engines with high torque and low fuel consumption, maximum productivity and reliability and low emissions making it ideal for commercial vessels.
“Lombardini's keywords are innovation, versatility and flexibility and these are all certainly true when it comes to the engines,” said Mermaid Marine sales executive Julian Osborne.
“The engines use the most advanced available technology to fully conform to the latest noise and emission regulations without a DPF.”
In addition, the 74hp (55.4kW @ 2600rpm) has been designed to be easy to operate and maintain, with specific attention paid to simplifying the installation. Components subject to more frequent checking are located in the upper part of the engine meaning lower servicing costs.
The engine is fresh water cooled via a heat exchanger. Other features include four-valve head, turbocharger, electronic cooled EGR, turbocharger and oil control system.
Standard equipment includes a digital deluxe-panel, alternator 12V - 100A, electric starting, oil extraction pump, 100Nm PTO facility, exhaust mixing elbow and fresh water expansion tank and front mounted sea water pump.
Mermaid Marine will also show a selection from its other brands including JCB, AGCO Power (Sisu), Kohler, Lombardini Marine, FPT and FNM.
Mermaid Marine will be on stand PY109.
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