WaterMota prepares for Seawork first

WaterMota will have a complete propulsion package on display on stand A95. Photo: WaterMota WaterMota will have a complete propulsion package on display on stand A95. Photo: WaterMota

UK-based WaterMota is to display a complete propulsion package at this year’s Seawork Exhibition for the first time.

The package will include a Doosan engine, D-I clutch, PTOs, gearbox and steering system, JMP hydraulic and water pumps, alternators and cooling water pipe mounted by WaterMota on a purpose-built frame.

“We are able to supply most engine room equipment and installation fittings, however this is the first time we will display a complete propulsion system,” said Mike Beacham, managing director, WaterMota.

The company says it is regularly asked for different components and will use Mercator Media Ltd’s Seawork Exhibition as a platform to showcase more of its range and capabilities.

“Seawork is always a successful show for WaterMota – we’ve increased the size of our stand this year and are repeating our sponsorship of the new restaurant. We’re very much looking forward to June,” added Mr Beacham.

Also on display for the first time this year will be the complete family of Hyundai SeasAll marine diesel engines. The range currently consists of the U125, D170, S250, H380 and the L500, from 125hp to 500hp with the larger two due to receive inland waterways CCNR Stage II certification in July. All the engines meeting the current emission regulations with the U, H and L series EPA III certified.

This will be the first opportunity to see the L500 in the UK.

An extensive range of JMP pumps and strainers will also be on display on WaterMota’s quayside stand, Q4.

WaterMota supplies a large range of products from some of the world’s top marine manufacturers for a variety of applications including workboats, tugs and fishing vessels.

Visit the company on its stand, A95. 

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