Our marine engines for auxiliary applications give you low cost of ownership, excellent fuel economy and competitive prices both for engine and parts. Auxiliary engines generate a vessel's on-board electricity, so they need to be quick to start and feature low noise and low emissions. For heavy duty requirements, such as powering a large fishing vessel's electrically driven net haul system, you really need the extra power that a dedicated auxiliary engine will give to you – rather than generating electricity from the propulsion engine.E70TAG MARINE AUXILIARY ENGINE Vertical inline 6 cylinder 7 litre 109-240 kW (@110%) Designed to meet U.S. EPA Tier 3, IMO2, CNNR Stage 2 emissions standards Based on 1206 range
|Emissions||EPA Tier 3, IMO II EPA Tier 3, IMO II||More Less|
|Bore||4.1 in 105.0 mm||More Less|
|Stroke||5.3 in 135.0 mm||More Less|
|Displacement||427.1 in³ 7.0 l||More Less|
|Aspiration||Turbocharged air to water cooled Turbocharged air to water cooled||More Less|
|Rotation from Flywheel End||Anti-clockwise Anti-clockwise||More Less|
|Number of Cylinders||6 inline 6 inline||More Less|
|Combustion System||Direct injection Direct injection||More Less|
|Compression Ratio||16.5:1 16.5:1||More Less|
|Cycle||4 stroke 4 stroke||More Less|
|Total Lubricating Capacity||5.5 gal (US) 21.0 l||More Less|
|Cooling System||Liquid Liquid||More Less|
|Total Coolant Capacity||10.0 gal (US) 38.0 l||More Less|
|Note 1||Final dimensions dependent on selected options Final dimensions dependent on selected options||More Less|
Gear-driven water pumps ensure maximum cooling efficiency. Inserted valve seats, oil spray cooled pistons and compact plate oil cooler give enhanced engine life.
Competitive engine and parts pricing, 500 hour service intervals and low fuel consumption ensure our engines bring significant owner savings.
Our auxiliary marine engines give exceptionally low noise and are designed to meet a variety of emission standards.
High compression ratios ensure rapid starting in all conditions. Engines suitable for operation in ambient temperatures up to 50°C and seawaters up to 38°C. Fuelled starting aids for temperatures down to -15°C.