Engines for GenSet

 


MAN marine engines (RMRS and RRRS) are optimal solution for regular and economic power supply for ships.

Famous manufacturers of marine power plants, emergency and auxiliary generating sets choose MAN engines as the reliable, long-lasting and economic equipment.

 

  

Engine model Type Continuous output power in accordance with ISO 8528, kW Fan (pump) power  take off Bore/stroke/ Displacement
Auxiliary (ADG-PRP)1)

Emergency (EDG – LTP) 2)

kW mm/mm/l 
kW kVA kW kVA
D2866LXE20 R6   190/224  177/190/244/270   11

128 / 155

12  

D2866LXE30 * (-)
D2866LXE201 R6     272/280    9

128 / 155

12  

D2866LXE301      327    9
D2876LXE201 R6      355    12

128 / 166

12,8   

D2876LXE203     410     14
D2876LXE301 *  345        (3)
D2840LXE201 V10      443   14 

128 / 142

18,3   

D2840LXE203      495   14 
D2840LXE301 *  443        (3)
D2842LXE201 V12     543     14

128 / 142

21,9   

D2842LXE203     575     14
D2842LXE301 * 532         (3)

* Engines with seawater cooled heat exchanger, power take off is indicated for seawater pump

1) PRP operation mode (for auxiliary diesel generators ADG) implies constant load, 10% overloads during 1 hour are allowed, but not longer than once in 12 hours.

2) LTP operation mode (for emergency diesel generators EDG) implies that operation time must not exceed 500 operation hours in a year, constant operation not longer than 300 hours at 100% load, overloads are not allowed. Engines provide emergency power supply for example during power supply failures of main feed power.

3) Electrical power of a typical generator with efficiency 92%-96% and cos(φ)=0,8. Engines are supplied with generators for assembly. Also installation as a gear for compressors and pumps is possible.