Marine engine range launched at Seawork
Power Train Projects launched its range of Coastal Marine engines at Seawork last month.
The engines are derived from the JCB Dieselmax engine and a specially designed for the marine environment in power ratings of 85 hp, 125 hp, and 160 hp. PTP Marine is calling upon its in-house engineering and manufacturing facility at Leicestershire UK to offer more as standard on this engine product.
Each engine includes an indirect cooling system incorporating a high capacity heat exchanger and gear driven raw water pump. Fresh water cooling is via a self-adjusting Polly Vee Belt driven centrifugal water pump and is pressurised and thermostatically controlled. A 12V electrical system is standard, with a 4.2kW starter motor and a 95A alternator. There is a comprehensive instrument panel with audible alarm and a 6m wiring loom a standard. Also included are fully adjustable marine resilient mounts, a front drive belt guard with removable access panel for crankshaft axial drive, morese cable brackets for speed and gear controls, a high performance air intake, stainless steel water injection exhaust bend, flexible fuel pipes, and a sump oil drain pump.
PTP Marine, sister company of Trinity Marinas Ltd, also offers an exchange rebuild service for existing engines through its on sire rebuild facility, as well as fully mobile marine engine maintenance and servicing programmes.
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