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Marine Propulsion Deutz Marine Engine Program The Deutz marine engine program currently comprises a comprehensive range of six series with power ratings between 14 and 440 kW. All engines are available as classified units and can be supplied with different cooling systems depending on the relevant operating conditions. The two and three-cylinder engines of the 203 series (bore/stroke 100/105 mm) are positioned at the lower end of the program with power ratings between 14 and 56 kW at speeds between 1,500 and 3,000 rpm. Wet cylinder liners and unit cylinder heads characterize these engines, which have fared well several markets, including yachts, small fishing craft and rescue boats. In combination with rudder propellers the air-cooled diesel engines of the 912 and 913 series have proved as propulsion units for ferries. In addition, there exist numerous applications as drive units for harbor sets of larger vessels. Hallmarks are low fuel consumption and low exhaust emission values. An integrated cooling system as well as low weight and compactness are designed to simplify installation. The engines of the 912 series (bore/stroke 100/120 mm) cover as naturally aspirated models with three, four, five and six cylinders the power range from 24 to 78 kW. The speeds extend from 1,500 to 2,300 rpm. In the case of the 913 series, there are available in addition to the naturally aspirated units with three, four and six cylinders also turbocharged six-cylinder engines with and without charge air-cooling. The power range spans 25 to 142 kW at speeds between 1500 and 2300 rpm. The lower Deutz engine power range also includes the water-cooled, in-line engines of the 229 series (bore/stroke 102/120 mm) with power ratings between 34 and 115 kW at speeds between 1500 and 3000 rpm. The four and six-cylinder engines are available as naturally aspirated or turbocharged units. The medium power range is covered by water-cooled, in-line 1013 series engines (bore/stroke 108/130 mm), which are also equipped with wet cylinder liners. Exhaust manifold, turbocharger and charge air cooler of these four and six-cylinder engines are watercooled. Their power range extends from 70 to 195 kW at speeds between 1500 and 2300 rpm. A high-pressure injection system with unit injection pumps (PLD) ensures low fuel consumption. The V-engines of the 1015 series (bore/stroke 132/145 mm) have been well established as marine propulsion units complement the Deutz range at the upper end with power ratings between 203 and 440 kW. The rated speeds of the turbocharged six and eight-cylinder models are between 1500 and 2100 rpm. The exhaust manifold and turbocharger of these engines are water-cooled, too. In the case of the engine versions with charge air cooler this is integrated in the engine cooling circuit. Marine main propulsion engines are provided with a mechanical governor, whereas onboard gensets feature an electronic governor. UHP Water Jet Protection Safe at 40,000 psi TurtleSkin WaterArmor PPE system prevents injuries and keeps workers on the job. The rugged patented material is flexible, yet has been tested to stop injuries at UHP flow rates as high as 11 gpm at 20,000 psi or 5.5 gpm at 40,000 psi. KING-GAGE Marine Systems ® KING-GAGE LevelPRO Multiple Tank Level Processors Continuous measurement of multiple ballast and shipboard service tanks. Total volume and/or tank depth Durable corrosion proof housing Digital communications output ® Tank Level Indication for the Marine and Offshore Oil/Gas Industries KING-GAGE® LiquiSeal Liquid Level Transmitter Rugged marine liquid level sensor for ballast/cargo/service tanks or draft measurement. Electronic or pneumatic output Proven air purge principle Externally mounted KING-GAGE® LevelBAR Tank Level Indicator Analog LED column graphically displays tank level as total volume and/or depth. Replaces fluid-filled gages Stainless steel housing Greater reliability · Tank Gauges · Draft Measurement · Air Control Stations · Compressed Air Filters · USN Service Proven Safe In the Field 1.603.878.1565 50 D-2 www.turtleskin.com Maritime Reporter & Engineering News