MAN Engine Range for Commercial Shipping
MAN Engines offers a wide range of high-speed four stroke diesel engines for use in commercial shipping.
For heavy operation – with unlimited operating hours and working up to 100% full load – such as for tugboats and other working ships, MAN Engines provides a range of outputs from 147 kW to 735 kW (200 HP up to 1,000 HP).
In medium-heavy operation (up to 4,000 hours per year at 50% full load), such as for ferries, passenger ships, and fishing boats, the range of outputs extend from 412kW to 1,066 kW (560 HP to 1,450 HP).
In light operation (up to 1,000 hours per year at 20% full load), the MAN engine range offers efficient 6-, 8- and 12-cylinder engines from 537 kW to 1,397 kW (730 HP to 1,900 HP) for escort, ambulance, and police boats.
A characteristic feature of MAN marine engines is their powerful acceleration coupled with an extremely low fuel consumption. Their advantages are to be found above all in their outstanding power efficiency and compactness. The engines are delivered ready for installation, and are designed for optimum performance in the various conditions of deployment and operation. After installation. MAN Engines offers to examine and pass off the engine and to carry out extensive commissioning. All engines comply with the internationally applicable exhaust-gas regulations.
Applications for commercial shipping
Applications for auxiliary engines
Benefits at a glance
When it comes to the safety and lives of people at sea, what you want from an engine are reliability and consistent performance. Our robust lightweights will impress you here in every aspect and in any application, whether it be in escort vessels, ambulance boats or police boats. Marine engines from MAN Engines set the benchmark with their excellent power/weight ratio. They are also consistent and optimally designed for the respective application and operating conditions.
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