WEICHAI-MAN L32/40 marine diesel engine series is introduced from German Man Company, the world's first marine diesel engine brand, by signing license production agreement. This series uses an overall rigid design for high safety. The cylinder unit is assembled as a whole and is easy to assembled and disassembled. It uses Man’s advanced turbocharger and two-stage intercooling for excellent air intake performance. It uses Man’s SaCosone safety control system for high reliability. It is well adapted for burning MGO, MDO or HFO. It has obtained engine certification certificates from LR, DNV&GL, BV, ABS, CCS, NK, RS, RINA and KR, world's nine major classification societies, and meets the requirements of International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS).
|Series||4-Stroke, Water cooling, Column (V), Supercharged and cold|
|Specific lub-oil consumption||121g/kW-h|
|Start Mode||Gas start|
|Oil Consumption||0.5g/ kW-h|
|Number Of Cylinders||12/14/16/18|
|Crankshaft Rotation Direction (towards free end)||Clockwise / Anticlockwise|
|Emission Standard||IMO TIER II|
|Model||Air intake||Rated Power (kW/Ps)||Speed (r/min)|
|6L32/40||Supercharged and cold||3000/4080||750|
|7L32/40||Supercharged and cold||3500/4760||750|
|8L32/40||Supercharged and cold||4000/5440||750|
|9L32/40||Supercharged and cold||4500/6120||750|
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Power: Wide power coverage, 3000kW——4500kW.
Economy: The minimum fuel consumption is 182g/kW?h and the oil consumption rate is less than 0.5g/kW-h.
Reliability: Unique structural design and MAN's advanced SaCoS safety control system guarantee engines’trouble-free operation, and long overhaul interval.
Adaptability: It is well adaptable for burning MGO, MDO and HFO (viscosity up to 700cSt/50°C). It could provide the best turbocharging system matching solution according to engine’s working conditions.
Environment protection: Meets the requirements of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for the Tier II phase of the engine.