Torque-ing of low fuel consumption…
Mermaid Marine will be showing the latest Lombardini Kohler marine diesel engine KDI 2504 TCR at this year’s Seawork.
Kohler Engines Lombardini has recently launched the new KDI TCR common rail engine models which include the KDI 1903 TCR (42kW/56hp at 2600rpm) and the KDI 2504 TCR (55kW/74hp at 2600rpm), both with continuous power ratings. These engines have been developed in response to a commercial market which demands a choice of compact engines with high torque and low fuel consumption, maximum productivity, reliability and low emissions.
The new models are designed to be easy to operate and maintain, with specific attention paid to simplifying the installation. In the drive to lower servicing costs the components which are subject to more frequent checking are located in the upper part of the engine. The engine itself is fresh water cooled via a heat exchanger
Other features include a four-valve head, electronic cooled EGR, turbocharger, oil control system and diesel-oxygenated catalyst (DOC).
Standard equipment includes a high quality digital panel, alternator 12V - 100A, electric starting, oil extraction pump, 100Nm PTO facility, exhaust mixing elbow, fresh water expansion tank and front mounted sea water pump.
The launch of these new models increases the KDI engine product range from 30kW/40hp up to 55kW/74hp at 2600rpm.
Kohler Engines Lombardini also continue to offer engine models from both their FOCS and CHD engine range (11hp to 50hp)
Mermaid Marine are on stand PY109
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