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MHI-MME

Marine Machinery & Engine

2016

Marine Machinery & Engine


1-1, Akunoura-Machi, Nagasaki, 850-8610, Japan
Tel. +81-95-828-6970 URL. http://www.mhi-mme.com/

2016 2nd Edition

2nd Edition

PRO-0006E (16-08)
S :Solution for slow steaming

Table of contents 3-6

PROJECT MEET 7-12

Tier III technologies EGR/SCR 13-16

UE Engines S 17-56

LSH Series S 21-22

LSE Series S 23-50

Main Engine 7UEC80LSE-Eco Engines LSII Series S 51-56

MET Turbochargers S 57-62

Providing trusted solutions to the seas of the world. WHRS 63-66


MHI-MME delivers unique, invaluable, innovative
Boilers and Turbines 67-73
environmental solutions for the marine market.
Fin Stabilizers 74
Over the past 15 years, the marine machinery and engine market
experienced a rapid expansion and then a severe contraction. The Propellers S 75-76
growth up to 2008 was caused by demand from China and other Steering Gear 77-78
emerging economies, which was then followed by a sharp decline
in 2008 following the global financial crisis and its subsequent Deck Cranes (MHI-MS) 79-80
knock-on effect on the shipping markets. In response to these
Deck Machinery (MHI-MS) 81-82
major market fluctuations, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI)
Offshore
implemented a variety of initiatives, including a major energy
Marine 83-84
saving and environmental protection program known as Project
MEET. We also turned our attention to enhanced global customer
Machinery Products of MHI 85-86

support and services through alliances with overseas companies. Contacts of MHI-MME 89-90
On 1 October 2013, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery
& Engine Co., Ltd. (MHI-MME) was established, to provide a After-Sales Services 91-92
stronger, faster and even more reliable organization that will Service Partners 93-94
continue our global growth whilst continuously developing and
creating innovative timely solutions for our customers. Worldwide Licensees 95-96

Service Network Authorized Repair Agents (ARA) 97-104


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UE Engines 17-56 MET Turbochargers 57-62
The Mitsubishi UE Engine is a large MET turbochargers are the global
sized, two-stroke and low speed standard exhaust gas turbochargers
engines developed in-house using used in large marine and land diesel
our own technologies. It is widely and gas engines.
used in bulk carriers, oil/chemical MET-MB Series
tankers, pure car & truck carriers,
containerships, LPG carriers,
multi-purpose carriers and many Variable Turbine Inlet
6UEC50LSH-Eco (VTI) turbochargers
other types of vessel.

LSH Series 21-22


MET-SRC Series
Hybrid
turbochargers
UEC50LSH-Eco-C2 21
MET-MB Series 59-60
UEC50LSH-Eco-C2-EGR 22
MET-MA Series 59-60
MET-SRC Series 61-62
LSE Series 23-50 MET-SRII Series 62
Electric-assist
turbochargers
UEC80LSE-Eco-B1 23 UEC50LSE-Eco-B1 35 UEC45LSE-C1/-SCR 45
UEC80LSE-Eco-B1-EGR 24 UEC50LSE-Eco-B1-EGR 36 UEC45LSE-B2/-SCR 46
25 37 47
WHRS
UEC80LSE-Eco-A2 UEC50LSE-Eco-A2 UEC45LSE-1/-SCR
UEC80LSE-Eco-A2-EGR 26 UEC50LSE-Eco-A2-EGR 38 UEC35LSE-Eco-C1/-SCR 48 63-66
UEC68LSE-Eco-1 27 UEC45LSE-Eco-C1 39 UEC35LSE-Eco-B2/-SCR 49
WHRS is a revolutionary
UEC68LSE-Eco-1-EGR 28 UEC45LSE-Eco-C1-EGR 40 UEC33LSE-C2/-SCR 50
energy-saving power
UEC60LSE-Eco-B1 29 UEC45LSE-Eco-B2 41
generation system that
UEC60LSE-Eco-B1-EGR 30 UEC45LSE-Eco-B2-EGR 42
recovers and reuses energy
UEC60LSE-Eco-B2 31 UEC45LSE-Eco-1 43
from the main engine's
UEC60LSE-Eco-B2-EGR 32 UEC45LSE-Eco-1-EGR 44
exhaust gas.
UEC60LSE-Eco-A2 33 ATD52 Type
UEC60LSE-Eco-A2-EGR 34

LSII Series 51-56 STG system 65


UEC43LSII/-SCR 53 PTG system 66
UEC37LSII/-SCR 54 Eco-TG system (with gas bypass) 65
UEC33LSII/-SCR 55 Eco-TG system (without gas bypass) 66
UEC33LSII-Eco/-SCR 56
Mitsubishi Power Turbine 65
Mitsubishi
Economizers 66 Power Turbine

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Boilers and Steering Gear 77-78

Turbines 67-73 MHI-MME’s steering gear is highly reliable and durable, and
can be used in a wide range of vessels, including commercial
MHI-MME’s line-up of highly ships, naval ships and specialized ships.
efficient and reliable boilers and
SFC types
turbines has been developed
SFT and DFT types
using our own in-house
SF and DF types
cutting-edge technology.

Main Boilers and Turbines


UST Series 67-68
Deck Cranes 79-80

Auxiliary Boilers MHI-MS deck cranes utilize recognized


MAC-B 69-70 technologies to ensure fast and accurate
MAC cargo handling, helping our customers
MC-D 71
achieve cost-effective marine operations.
MC-HB 71-72
MJC 72

Steam Turbine Generator 73 Deck Machinery 81-82


AT-Type MHI-MS has been delivering hydraulic
AT-Type deck machinery to satisfied customers
for more than half a century.

Fin Stabilizers
Offshore
74
83-84
MHI-MME fin stabilizers feature an
extremely responsive hydraulic system Marine Boilers and
and have powerful computational ability. Steam Turbine Generators
for FPSO/FSO/FSRU/FLNG

Propellers 75-76
Products of MHI 85-86
The MAP Mark-W improves propeller
efficiency and fuel consumption
leading to lower operating costs and a
lower environmental impact. Cargo oil pump Cargo oil Water-jet Marine High
pump turbine propulsion unit Speed Engines
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PROJECT MEET

PROJECT MEET
MEET 1 MEET 2 MEET 3
CO2 Reduction NOx, SOx LNG as Fuel
Reduction
Mitsubishi Marine Energy & Environment Technical Solution-System

Exploiting the future, with Project MEET


PROJECT MEET (Mitsubishi Marine Energy & Environment Technical
Solution-System) is the cornerstone of our continuous drive to meet the
MEET 1 World-class fuel-saving engine
power and environmental needs of the marine machinery and engine market.
By harnessing the technology of tomorrow, PROJECT MEET will deliver
comprehensive and innovative solutions today.
UEC ECO-Engine 2% Less fuel
consumption

UEC Eco-engines are Japan's only diesel


PROJECT MEET delivers three key solution solutions: engines for large ships which have been created
entirely in-house and developed in response to
MEET 1 Reducing CO2 the global tightening of emissions controls. They
deliver the world's highest level of thermal
MEET 1 focuses on reducing greenhouse gas (CO2) emissions. Our efficiency through optimized engine
solutions include MHI's world-class fuel saving UEC Eco-engine, WHRS, performance achieved by the electronic control
hybrid MET turbochargers, the MAP Mark-W propeller, and ORC. These of fuel injection, exhaust valve actuation, and
technologies can improve the thermal efficiency of plants by up to 20%. start-up and cylinder lubrication. These engines
MEET 1 technologies contribute to reducing fuel oil consumption and contribute significantly to the reduction of NOx
deliver substantial reductions in CO2 emissions. The technologies help and CO2 emissions.
enable slow-steaming operations.

Please see page 17-56 for further details.

MEET 2 Reducing NOx and SOx

MEET 2 introduces two cutting-edge technologies: Selective Catalytic MEET 1 Energy-saving system, creates electricity from waste heat
Reduction (SCR) and Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR). These two
solutions significantly reduce NOx and SOx - two common sources of air
pollution. Together, SCR and EGR reduce NOx by more than 80% while
WHRS 10% Less fuel
consumption

EGR (with scrubbers) reduces SOx by more than 98%. This enables Mitsubishi Energy Recovery System
compliance with IMO Tier III regulations without significantly affecting the WHRS is a marine waste heat recovery system that enables highly
performance of the main engine. efficient power generation on board a ship through the effective
utilization of energy harnessed from the
marine engine’s exhaust gas and steam
MEET 3 Using LNG as fuel
turbines. This reduces the overall fuel
MEET 3 is our solution for using LNG as fuel. It involves the use of an use and cost.
Ultra-Steam Turbine (UST) to boost thermal efficiency while reducing power
transmission loss. This makes LNG a more cost-effective choice. We are
also developing a gas-injection UE engine for next generation large ships. Please see page 63-66 for further details.
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MEET 1 MEET 2 MEET 3
CO2 Reduction NOx, SOx LNG as Fuel
PROJECT MEET

PROJECT MEET
Reduction
Mitsubishi Marine Energy & Environment Technical Solution-System

Shaping the future with Project MEET

MEET 1 MEET 1

Improving the performance at low load Assisting main engine at slow steaming

VTI Turbochargers 2% Less fuel


consumption Electric Assist Turbochargers
Variable Turbine Inlet

By adjusting the turbine nozzle's The electric assist turbocharger


inlet area through which exhaust incorporates a compact electric
gas passes, the VTI turbocharger motor that assists the driving of the
increases the scavenging air turbocharger. This delivers
pressure under low loads. This optimum plant efficiency when a
improves the performance of the ship is slow steaming. This solution
main engine. It can be retrofitted to delivers equal or better
improve fuel-efficiency of ships in performance when compared with
service. an auxiliary blower but with less
(VTI: Variable Turbine Inlet) power consumption.

Please see Page 57 for further details. Please see page 58 for further details.

MEET 1 More than just a turbocharger MEET 1 Generator driven by thermal discharge

Hybrid ORC
Less fuel
Turbochargers
5% consumption
2% Less fuel
consumption

Organic Rankine Cycle

The compact hybrid turbocharger Previously, engine cooling water


has an in-built power generator that below 100°C was discharged into
delivers supercharged air to the the ocean. ORC turbines are
engine and creates rotational energy compact power generation systems
to generate electrical power that enable electrical power recovery
simultaneously. This contributes to and power generation using a heat
the improvement of fuel efficiency by transfer medium with a boiling point
supplying all the electrical power lower than that of water. This is
required at sea. similar to the technology used in air
conditioning units.
Please see page 58 for further details.

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MEET 1 MEET 2 MEET 3
CO2 Reduction NOx, SOx LNG as Fuel
PROJECT MEET

PROJECT MEET
Reduction
Mitsubishi Marine Energy & Environment Technical Solution-System

Shaping the future with Project MEET

MEET 1 Evolved, high-performance MAP propellers MEET 3 Advanced gas combustion propulsion plant

MAP Mark-W Propeller


2% Less fuel
consumption
UST 15% Less fuel consumption
(compared to a conventional system)

Mitsubishi Advanced Propeller Mark-W Ultra-Steam Turbine Plant


Improving the tip shape or the propeller blade Implementing modifications to
enhances the efficiency of our MAP Mark-W reheating and regenerative cycle
propellers while leaving cavitation performance technology has resulted in a highly
levels virtually unaffected. These propellers can efficient and reliable state-of-the-art
be tailored to suit slow steaming requirements marine steam turbine. When combined
and are also ideal for retrofitting existing with our marine reheat boiler, this
propulsion systems. creates an environmentally friendly and
high-efficiency steam propulsion plant.
Please see page 76 for further details.
Please see page 67-68 for further details.

MEET 2 Technologies to clear IMO Tier III requirements


MEET 3 UE dual fuel engine
EGR 80% NOx
reduction

Exhaust Gas Recirculation


This EGR system uses a high-performance
UEC-LSGi
scrubber to efficiently remove SOx and
We are currently developing a dual fuel
particulate matter. The system meets Tier III
engine. The engine will use 30 MPa
regulations.
high-pressure gas and due for
Please see page 13 for further details.
completion soon.

MEET 2 Technologies to clear IMO Tier III requirements

SCR 80% NOx


reduction

Selective Catalytic Reduction


The SCR system enables the removal of
nitrogen from low-temperature (250°C)
exhaust gas. This reduces NOx emissions
and allows compliance with Tier III regulations
without compromising on fuel efficiency.
Please see page 15 for further details.
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Tier III technologies Tier III technologies

Mitsubishi EGR Blower


EGR gas inlet

Low Pressure
EGR Scrubber
Tier III technologies

Tier III technologies


EGR System
Demister

The Mitsubishi Low Pressure


EGR gas line is located off the
Turbocharger.
EGR Unit is installed in the engine
as shown in blue.

Features
 Simple System
 Low pressure and low temperature require less equipment &
pipes, allowing for a simple structure.
 Simple Operation Installation overview of 6UEC45LSE-Eco-B2 engine with LP-EGR
 Operation is executed by an on/off control of the EGR valves.

 Low CAPEX, Low OPEX


 Low capital expenditure required to produce this simple system.

 The EGR blower’s low electric power consumption, coupled with

no requirement for additional boiling for steam allows for low


operating costs.
 Applicable to a Variety of Engines
 Mitsubishi’s Low Pressure EGR System fits well with any low

speed marine engine.

T/C
To Funnel
T
EGR Inlet Valve
C EGR Outlet Valve

EGR
Scrubber

Air Cooler EGR Blower Demister Water Treatment


System

Water Treatment Unit

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Tier III technologies Tier III technologies

Mitsubishi
SCR Reactor
■Correspondence table for each Tier III technologies
Tier III technology application is dependent on the
Low Pressure engine types as shown in the table below. EGR is
Tier III technologies

Tier III technologies


recommended for medium or large bore size engines.
SCR System SCR is recommended for small bore size engines.
Also, Tier III technology can be applied to camshaft
controlled engines and LSII series engines. Depending
The Mitsubishi Low Pressure SCR on the market demands of our customers, alternative
System is positioned downstream of technology can be considered.
the turbocharger.
The system can be installed either
inside or outside of the engine room.

Applied Tier III technology


Features Engine type
EGR SCR
 Simple System UEC50LSH-Eco 
 The low pressure system can be positioned downstream of the
UEC80LSE-Eco 
turbocharger, which allows for simplicity and reduces the
number of pieces of equipment. UEC68LSE-Eco 
 Simple Operation UEC60LSE-Eco 
 Operation is controlled by an on/off control.
UEC50LSE-Eco  Alternative
 Low CAPEX
UEC45LSE-Eco 
 Low capital expenditure required to produce this simple system.
UEC45LSE 
This low pressure system configuration is the same as our
proven SCR system which is used in medium and high speed UEC35LSE-Eco Alternative 
engines. UEC33LSE 
 Applicable to a Variety of Engines
UEC43LSII 
 Mitsubishi Low Pressure SCR System fits well with any low
UEC37LSII 
speed marine engine as the system is isolated from the engine.
UEC33LSII-Eco 

To Boiler
To Funnel UEC33LSII 

By-pass Reducing
duct agent

SCR reactor

■Technical documentation
Switching
valve
"Technical Data" for Tier III application is available on our web site.
URL:http://mhi-mme-tech-data-ue.cloudapp.net/Default.aspx

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LOW LOAD OPERATION

UE Engines When undertaking continuous low load operations, UE engine components


(e.g. fuel nozzle, fuel injection valve) do not need to be changed to the
special ones. In order to keep the engine components in optimum
condition, regular load up should be performed as follows:
Mitsubishi UE Engine is a large sized, two-stroke and low
speed engine type developed in-house using our own
technologies. It is widely used in bulk carriers, oil/chemical Cam type Engines (Conventional engine)
D.S.※-30%: Load up to over 50%, two hours operation every two days
UE Engines LSH LSE LSII

UE Engines LSH LSE LSII


tankers, pure car & truck carriers, containerships, LPG carriers, 30-40%: Load up to over 50%, two hours operation every three days
multi-purpose carriers and many other types of vessel.
D.S. 30% 40% 100% load

2days 3days Continuous


Main Features of UE Engines
 Economical
Electronically-controlled Engines (Eco-Engine)
D.S.※-15%: Load up to over 50%, two hours operation every two days
 Environmentally friendly 15-20%: Load up to over 50%, two hours operation every three days
 Highly reliable
D.S. 15% 20% 50% 100% load
 Compact design
2days 3days Continuous
 Easy maintenance
※D.S.: Dead slow ahead (about 5% engine load)

UE-Eco Engine DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT


In addition to the features of UE Engine, the UE Eco-Engine  The engine weight is net in metric tonnes (t), without oil and water.
provide the following benefits:  The engine weight and dimensions do not include torsional damper,
axial damper, tuning wheel and compensator, etc., subject to the
 Ecological  Excellent condition design of each project.
 Low NOx emissions  Reliable
 Smokeless operation  Early failure warning system L.C.C.: the distance between cylinder centers.
F1: Standard lifting height F2: Special lifting height
 Economical  Easy to control As shown below, UE Engine offers welded block and cast iron,
 Low fuel consumption  Stable low-load operation depending on the engine types. In this booklet, the weight of the engine
 Low maintenance costs  Excellent startup and crush astern made by cast iron is shown in brackets.made by cast iron is shown with
 Low cylinder oil consumption brackets.
Engine type Welded Cast iron Engine type Welded Cast iron
UEC50LSH-Eco-C2 UEC45LSE-B2
 
UEC45LSE-Eco-B2
CYLINDER LUBRICATION UEC80LSE-Eco-B1 
UEC45LSE-1
 *1 
UEC45LSE-Eco-1
UEC80LSE-Eco-A2  UEC35LSE-Eco-C1  *2
The A-ECL (Advanced Electronically Controlled Lubricating) Available for
system can reduce the explicit minimum dosage Retrofitting UEC68LSE-Eco-1  UEC35LSE-Eco-B2  *2

down to 0.5 g/kWh, depending on engine UEC60LSE-Eco-B1  UEC33LSE-C2  *2


conditions. The A-ECL system can further reduce UEC60LSE-Eco-B2  UEC43LSII 
the cylinder oil feed rate, compared with a
UEC60LSE-Eco-A2  UEC37LSII
mechanical lubricating system, particularly under

UEC33LSII
partial load operation, by controlling cylinder oil UEC50LSE-Eco-B1  
UEC33LSII-Eco

consumption according to the mean effective UEC50LSE-Eco-A2  
* 1 : Bedplate can be made by cast iron (Eco-Engine).
pressure. UEC45LSE-C1
(Column is made by welded block only.)
UEC45LSE-Eco-C1
 * 2 : Bedplate can be made by cast iron.
(Column is made by welded block only.)

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SPECIFIC FUEL OIL CONSUMPTION (SFOC) UEC-LSE/H Series Output Range
All UE engines described in this booklet are fully compliant with IMO
NOx Tier II regulations in ANNEX VI of the MARPOL 73/78.
The SFOC figures are based on the below conditions,
 ISO standard condition  Diesel fuel oil Engine Speed kW
 With a five per cent tolerance (P4-P1/min-1) 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 40,000
 Lower calorific value of fuel (42,700 kJ/kg)

81-108 UEC50LSH-Eco-C2
ISO Standard Reference Condition
UE Engines

UE Engines LSH LSE


Total barometric pressure 1.0 bar
60-80 UEC80LSE-Eco-B1
Ambient temperature 25 °C
LSH LSH LSE LSII

Cooling water temperature 25 °C


60-80 UEC80LSE-Eco-A2

FUEL OPTIMIZE 71-95 UEC68LSE-Eco-1

We have added the fuel optimized “Low-SFOC” version to UE Engine 79-105 UEC60LSE-Eco-B1
line-up in order to bring maximum benefit to our customers.
By changing some engine parts and optimizing the electronically 79-105 UEC60LSE-Eco-B2
controlled system, we can lower the specific fuel oil consumption when
compared with a conventional “Standard” version. The figures for 79-105 UEC60LSE-Eco-A2
specific fuel oil consumption for a “Standard” version and a
“Low-SFOC” version are described in this booklet. 93-124 UEC50LSE-Eco-B1
In addition, the UE Engine has also improved part-load and low-load
SFOC by introducing tuning methods such as the LLO (Low Load 93-124 UEC50LSE-Eco-A2
Optimize), the MET-VTI turbocharger (please refer to page 65), the
UEC45LSE-C1
turbocharger cut-out system, and so on. Details of each can be 96-128 UEC45LSE-Eco-C1
discussed with regard to each individual project according to each
UEC45LSE-B2
customer's requirements. 96-128 UEC45LSE-Eco-B2
UEC45LSE-1
NAMING RULE 98-130 UEC45LSE-Eco-1

e.g. 7 UEC 80 LSE - Eco - B 1 - EGR 125-167 UEC35LSE-Eco-C1

Tier III technology:


(blank) Tier II 125-167 UEC35LSE-Eco-B2
EGR: Low Pressure EGR
SCR: Low Pressure SCR 121-167 UEC33LSE-C2
Version number:
1: Standard version 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 40,000
2: Low-SFOC version kW

BMEP number:
A: 20bar B: 21bar C: 22bar or more
(blank): less than 20bar
Eco: Electronically controlled engine
(blank): Camshaft controlled engine
Development code: LSII, LSE or LSH
Bore size in cm
Brand name: Uniflow scavenging
Exhaust gas turbocharged
Crosshead type
Number of cylinders:
19 20
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC50LSH-Eco-C2 UEC50LSH-Eco-C2-EGR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 500 mm Tier II Tier III Cylinder bore 500 mm
Piston stroke 2 300 mm Piston stroke 2 300 mm
Stroke / bore 4.60 Stroke / bore 4.60
UE Engines LSH

UE Engines LSH
Rated power Rated power
Speed 108 min-1 81 min-1 1780 P1 1780 P1 Speed 108 min-1 81 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.3 m/s 6.2 m/s P3 P3
Piston Speed 8.3 m/s 6.2 m/s
1335 1335
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. 1310 P2 1310 P2 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW
5 8 900 6 550 6 675 4 925 985 985 5 8 900 6 550 6 675 4 925
P4 P4
6 10 680 7 860 8 010 5 910 6 10 680 7 860 8 010 5 910
7 12 460 9 170 9 345 6 895 81 108 81 108 7 12 460 9 170 9 345 6 895
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 14 240 10 480 10 680 7 880 8 14 240 10 480 10 680 7 880

Tier II mode (of Tier III specification)


Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 164.0 158.0 164.0 158.0 165.5 159.5 165.5 159.5 100% load, g/kWh 165.6 159.6 165.6 159.6 167.2 161.1 167.2 161.1
85% load, g/kWh 161.0 155.1 161.0 155.0 161.0 155.1 161.0 155.0 85% load, g/kWh 162.6 156.7 162.6 156.6 162.6 156.7 162.6 156.6
75% load, g/kWh 160.1 154.1 160.0 154.1 159.4 153.4 159.4 153.4 75% load, g/kWh 161.7 155.6 161.6 155.6 161.0 154.9 161.0 154.9
BMEP, bar 21.9 16.1 21.9 16.1 21.9 16.1 21.9 16.1 BMEP, bar 21.9 16.1 21.9 16.1 21.9 16.1 21.9 16.1

Tier III mode


Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
5 5 560 3 350 1 190 8 448 10 050 1 700 870 194 100% load, g/kWh 167.3 161.2 167.3 161.2 167.3 161.2 167.3 161.2
6 6 430 3 350 1 190 8 448 10 050 1 700 870 225 85% load, g/kWh 164.2 158.2 164.2 158.1 164.2 158.2 164.2 158.1
7 7 300 3 350 1 190 8 448 10 050 1 700 870 257 75% load, g/kWh 163.3 157.2 163.2 157.2 163.3 157.2 163.2 157.2
8 8 170 3 350 1 190 8 448 10 050 1 700 870 289 BMEP, bar 21.9 16.1 21.9 16.1 21.9 16.1 21.9 16.1

F1
D

C
G
LCC
L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

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UE Engines UE Engines

UEC80LSE-Eco-B1 UEC80LSE-Eco-B1-EGR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 800 mm Tier II Tier III Cylinder bore 800 mm
Piston stroke 3 150 mm Piston stroke 3 150 mm
Stroke / bore 3.94 Stroke / bore 3.94
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 80 min-1 60 min-1 4440 P1 4440 P1 Speed 80 min-1 60 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.4 m/s 6.3 m/s Piston Speed 8.4 m/s 6.3 m/s
P1 P2 P3 P4 3550 3550 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. P2 P2 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW 3330
P3
3330
P3 kW kW kW kW
5 22 200 17 750 16 650 13 325 5 22 200 17 750 16 650 13 325
2665 P4 2665 P4
6 26 640 21 300 19 980 15 990 6 26 640 21 300 19 980 15 990
LSE

LSE
7 31 080 24 850 23 310 18 655 60 80 60 80 7 31 080 24 850 23 310 18 655
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 35 520 28 400 26 640 21 320 8 35 520 28 400 26 640 21 320

Tier II mode (of Tier III specification)


Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 163.0 157.7 163.0 157.7 165.0 159.7 165.0 159.7 100% load, g/kWh 163.0 157.7 163.0 157.7 165.0 159.7 165.0 159.7
85% load, g/kWh 160.4 156.4 160.4 156.4 160.4 156.4 160.4 156.4 85% load, g/kWh 160.4 156.4 160.4 156.4 160.4 156.4 160.4 156.4
75% load, g/kWh 159.9 155.8 159.9 155.8 159.0 154.9 159.0 154.9 75% load, g/kWh 159.9 155.8 159.9 155.8 159.0 154.9 159.0 154.9
BMEP, bar 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 BMEP, bar 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8

Tier III mode


Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
5 8 658 5 000 1 736 11 725 14 247 2 524 1 380 693 100% load, g/kWh 164.6 159.3 164.6 159.3 164.6 159.3 164.6 159.3
6 10 038 5 000 1 736 11 725 14 247 2 524 1 380 794 85% load, g/kWh 162.0 158.0 162.0 158.0 162.0 158.0 162.0 158.0
7 11 418 5 000 1 736 11 725 14 247 2 524 1 380 895 75% load, g/kWh 161.5 157.4 161.5 157.4 161.5 157.4 161.5 157.4
8 12 798 5 000 1 736 11 725 14 247 2 524 1 380 996 BMEP, bar 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8

F1
D

C G

LCC
L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

23 24
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC80LSE-Eco-A2 UEC80LSE-Eco-A2-EGR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 800 mm Tier II Tier III Cylinder bore 800 mm
Piston stroke 3 150 mm Piston stroke 3 150 mm
Stroke / bore 3.94 Stroke / bore 3.94
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 80 min-1 60 min-1 4230 P1 4230 P1 Speed 80 min-1 60 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.4 m/s 6.3 m/s Piston Speed 8.4 m/s 6.3 m/s
P1 P2 P3 P4 3385 3385 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. 3175 P2 3175 P2 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW P3 P3 kW kW kW kW
5 21 150 16 925 15 875 12 700 2540 2540 5 21 150 16 925 15 875 12 700
P4 P4
6 25 380 20 310 19 050 15 240 6 25 380 20 310 19 050 15 240
LSE

LSE
7 29 610 23 695 22 225 17 780 60 80 60 80 7 29 610 23 695 22 225 17 780
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 33 840 27 080 25 400 20 320 8 33 840 27 080 25 400 20 320

Tier II mode (of Tier III specification)


Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0 164.5 158.5 164.5 158.5 100% load, g/kWh 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0 164.5 158.5 164.5 158.5
85% load, g/kWh 160.0 154.0 160.0 154.0 160.0 154.0 160.0 154.0 85% load, g/kWh 160.0 154.0 160.0 154.0 160.0 154.0 160.0 154.0
75% load, g/kWh 159.1 153.1 159.1 153.1 158.4 152.4 158.4 152.4 75% load, g/kWh 159.1 153.1 159.1 153.1 158.4 152.4 158.4 152.4
BMEP, bar 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 BMEP, bar 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0

Tier III mode


Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
5 8 658 5 000 1 736 11 725 14 247 2 524 1 380 693 100% load, g/kWh 164.6 158.6 164.6 158.6 164.6 158.6 164.6 158.6
6 10 038 5 000 1 736 11 725 14 247 2 524 1 380 794 85% load, g/kWh 161.6 155.5 161.6 155.5 161.6 155.5 161.6 155.5
7 11 418 5 000 1 736 11 725 14 247 2 524 1 380 895 75% load, g/kWh 160.7 154.6 160.7 154.6 160.7 154.6 160.7 154.6
8 12 798 5 000 1 736 11 725 14 247 2 524 1 380 996 BMEP, bar 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0

F1
D

C G

LCC
L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

25 26
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC68LSE-Eco-1 UEC68LSE-Eco-1-EGR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 680 mm Tier II Tier III Cylinder bore 680 mm
Piston stroke 2 690 mm Piston stroke 2 690 mm
Stroke / bore 3.96 Stroke / bore 3.96
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 95 min-1 71 min-1 2940 P1 2940 P1 Speed 95 min-1 71 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.5 m/s 6.4 m/s Piston Speed 8.5 m/s 6.4 m/s
2350 2350
P1 P2 P3 P4 2195 P2 2195 P2 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. P3 P3 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW
5 14 700 11 750 10 975 8 800 1760 1760 5 14 700 11 750 10 975 8 800
P4 P4
6 17 640 14 100 13 170 10 560 6 17 640 14 100 13 170 10 560
LSE

LSE
7 20 580 16 450 15 365 12 320 71 95 71 95 7 20 580 16 450 15 365 12 320
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 23 520 18 800 17 560 14 080 8 23 520 18 800 17 560 14 080

Tier II mode (of Tier III specification)


Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 167.0 161.7 167.0 161.7 169.0 163.7 169.0 163.7 100% load, g/kWh 167.0 161.7 167.0 161.7 169.0 163.7 169.0 163.7
85% load, g/kWh 164.4 160.4 164.4 160.4 164.4 160.4 164.4 160.4 85% load, g/kWh 164.4 160.4 164.4 160.4 164.4 160.4 164.4 160.4
75% load, g/kWh 163.9 159.8 163.9 159.8 163.0 158.9 163.0 158.9 75% load, g/kWh 163.9 159.8 163.9 159.8 163.0 158.9 163.0 158.9
BMEP, bar 19.0 15.2 19.0 15.2 19.0 15.2 19.0 15.2 BMEP, bar 19.0 15.2 19.0 15.2 19.0 15.2 19.0 15.2

Tier III mode


Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
5 7 689 4 060 1 520 9 728 11 885 2 198 1 232 413 100% load, g/kWh 168.7 163.3 168.7 163.3 168.7 163.3 168.7 163.3
6 8 921 4 060 1 520 9 728 11 885 2 198 1 232 479 85% load, g/kWh 166.0 162.0 166.0 162.0 166.0 162.0 166.0 162.0
7 10 153 4 060 1 520 9 728 11 885 2 198 1 232 545 75% load, g/kWh 165.5 161.4 165.5 161.4 165.5 161.4 165.5 161.4
8 11 385 4 060 1 520 9 728 11 885 2 198 1 232 615 BMEP, bar 19.0 15.2 19.0 15.2 19.0 15.2 19.0 15.2

F1
D

C
G
LCC
L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

27 28
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC60LSE-Eco-B1 UEC60LSE-Eco-B1-EGR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 600 mm Tier II Tier III Cylinder bore 600 mm
Piston stroke 2 400 mm Piston stroke 2 400 mm
Stroke / bore 4.00 Stroke / bore 4.00
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 105 min-1 79 min-1 2490 P1 2490 P1 Speed 105 min-1 79 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.4 m/s 6.3 m/s Piston Speed 8.4 m/s 6.3 m/s
1990 1990
P1 P2 P3 P4 1875 P2 1875 P2 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. P3 P3 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW
5 12 450 9 950 9 375 7 500 1500 1500 5 12 450 9 950 9 375 7 500
P4 P4
6 14 940 11 940 11 250 9 000 6 14 940 11 940 11 250 9 000
LSE

LSE
7 17 430 13 930 13 125 10 500 79 105 79 105 7 17 430 13 930 13 125 10 500
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 19 920 15 920 15 000 12 000 8 19 920 15 920 15 000 12 000

Tier II mode (of Tier III specification)


Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 166.0 160.7 166.0 160.7 168.0 162.7 168.0 162.7 100% load, g/kWh 166.0 160.7 166.0 160.7 168.0 162.7 168.0 162.7
85% load, g/kWh 163.4 159.4 163.4 159.4 163.4 159.4 163.4 159.4 85% load, g/kWh 163.4 159.4 163.4 159.4 163.4 159.4 163.4 159.4
75% load, g/kWh 162.9 158.8 162.9 158.8 162.0 157.9 162.0 157.9 75% load, g/kWh 162.9 158.8 162.9 158.8 162.0 157.9 162.0 157.9
BMEP, bar 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 BMEP, bar 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8

Tier III mode


Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
Cyl. L B C D F1 F2 G LCC Weight P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
5 6 780 3 770 1 300 8 903 10 800 10 040 1 944 1 086 306 100% load, g/kWh 167.7 162.3 167.7 162.3 167.7 162.3 167.7 162.3
6 7 866 3 770 1 300 8 903 10 800 10 040 1 944 1 086 356 85% load, g/kWh 165.0 161.0 165.0 161.0 165.0 161.0 165.0 161.0
7 8 952 3 770 1 300 8 903 10 800 10 040 1 944 1 086 407 75% load, g/kWh 164.5 160.4 164.5 160.4 164.5 160.4 164.5 160.4
8 10 038 3 770 1 300 8 903 10 800 10 040 1 944 1 086 456 BMEP, bar 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8

F1
F2
D

C
G
LCC
L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

29 30
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC60LSE-Eco-B2 UEC60LSE-Eco-B2-EGR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 600 mm Tier II Tier III Cylinder bore 600 mm
Piston stroke 2 400 mm Piston stroke 2 400 mm
Stroke / bore 4.00 Stroke / bore 4.00
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 105 min-1 79 min-1 2490 P1 2490 P1 Speed 105 min-1 79 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.4 m/s 6.3 m/s Piston Speed 8.4 m/s 6.3 m/s
1990 1990
P1 P2 P3 P4 1875 P2 1875 P2 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. P3 P3 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW
5 12 450 9 950 9 375 7 500 1500 1500 5 12 450 9 950 9 375 7 500
P4 P4
6 14 940 11 940 11 250 9 000 6 14 940 11 940 11 250 9 000
LSE

LSE
7 17 430 13 930 13 125 10 500 79 105 79 105 7 17 430 13 930 13 125 10 500
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 19 920 15 920 15 000 12 000 8 19 920 15 920 15 000 12 000

Tier II mode (of Tier III specification)


Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 166.0 160.0 166.0 159.9 167.5 161.5 167.5 161.4 100% load, g/kWh 166.0 160.0 166.0 159.9 167.5 161.5 167.5 161.4
85% load, g/kWh 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0 85% load, g/kWh 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0
75% load, g/kWh 162.1 156.0 162.0 156.0 161.4 155.3 161.4 155.3 75% load, g/kWh 162.1 156.0 162.0 156.0 161.4 155.3 161.4 155.3
BMEP, bar 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 BMEP, bar 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8

Tier III mode


Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
Cyl. L B C D F1 F2 G LCC Weight P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
5 6 780 3 770 1 300 8 903 10 800 10 040 1 944 1 086 306 100% load, g/kWh 167.7 161.6 167.7 161.5 167.7 161.6 167.7 161.5
6 7 866 3 770 1 300 8 903 10 800 10 040 1 944 1 086 356 85% load, g/kWh 164.6 158.6 164.6 158.6 164.6 158.6 164.6 158.6
7 8 952 3 770 1 300 8 903 10 800 10 040 1 944 1 086 407 75% load, g/kWh 163.7 157.6 163.7 157.6 163.7 157.6 163.7 157.6
8 10 038 3 770 1 300 8 903 10 800 10 040 1 944 1 086 456 BMEP, bar 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8 21.0 16.8

F1
F2
D

C
G
LCC
L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

31 32
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC60LSE-Eco-A2 UEC60LSE-Eco-A2-EGR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 600 mm Tier II Tier III Cylinder bore 600 mm
Piston stroke 2 400 mm Piston stroke 2 400 mm
Stroke / bore 4.00 Stroke / bore 4.00
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 105 min-1 79 min-1 P1 P1 Speed 105 min-1 79 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


2380 2380
Piston Speed 8.4 m/s 6.3 m/s Piston Speed 8.4 m/s 6.3 m/s
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. 1905 P2 1905 P2 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW 1790
P3
1790
P3
kW kW kW kW
5 11 900 9 525 8 950 7 175 5 11 900 9 525 8 950 7 175
1435 1435
6 14 280 11 430 10 740 8 610 6 14 280 11 430 10 740 8 610
LSE

LSE
P4 P4
7 16 660 13 335 12 530 10 045 79 105 79 105 7 16 660 13 335 12 530 10 045
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 19 040 15 240 14 320 11 480 8 19 040 15 240 14 320 11 480

Tier II mode (of Tier III specification)


Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 166.0 160.0 166.0 159.9 167.5 161.5 167.5 161.4 100% load, g/kWh 166.0 160.0 166.0 159.9 167.5 161.5 167.5 161.4
85% load, g/kWh 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0 85% load, g/kWh 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0 163.0 157.0
75% load, g/kWh 162.1 156.0 162.0 156.0 161.4 155.3 161.4 155.3 75% load, g/kWh 162.1 156.0 162.0 156.0 161.4 155.3 161.4 155.3
BMEP, bar 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 BMEP, bar 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0

Tier III mode


Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
Cyl. L B C D F1 F2 G LCC Weight P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
5 6 780 3 770 1 300 8 903 10 800 10 040 1 944 1 086 306 100% load, g/kWh 167.7 161.6 167.7 161.5 167.7 161.6 167.7 161.5
6 7 866 3 770 1 300 8 903 10 800 10 040 1 944 1 086 356 85% load, g/kWh 164.6 158.6 164.6 158.6 164.6 158.6 164.6 158.6
7 8 952 3 770 1 300 8 903 10 800 10 040 1 944 1 086 407 75% load, g/kWh 163.7 157.6 163.7 157.6 163.7 157.6 163.7 157.6
8 10 038 3 770 1 300 8 903 10 800 10 040 1 944 1 086 456 BMEP, bar 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0 20.0 16.0

F1
F2
D

C
G
LCC
L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

33 34
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC50LSE-Eco-B1 UEC50LSE-Eco-B1-EGR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 500 mm Tier II Tier III Cylinder bore 500 mm
Piston stroke 2 050 mm Piston stroke 2 050 mm
Stroke / bore 4.10 Stroke / bore 4.10
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 124 min-1 93 min-1 1750 P1 1750 P1 Speed 124 min-1 93 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.5 m/s 6.4 m/s Piston Speed 8.5 m/s 6.4 m/s
P1 P2 P3 P4 1400 P2 1400 P2 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. 1315 1315 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW P3 P3 kW kW kW kW
5 8 750 7 000 6 575 5 250 1050 1050 5 8 750 7 000 6 575 5 250
P4 P4
6 10 500 8 400 7 890 6 300 6 10 500 8 400 7 890 6 300
LSE

LSE
7 12 250 9 800 9 205 7 350 93 124 93 124 7 12 250 9 800 9 205 7 350
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 14 000 11 200 10 520 8 400 8 14 000 11 200 10 520 8 400
9 15 750 12 600 11 835 9 450 9 15 750 12 600 11 835 9 450

Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Tier II mode (of Tier III specification)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
100% load, g/kWh 167.0 162.0 167.0 162.0 169.0 164.0 169.0 164.0 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
85% load, g/kWh 164.4 160.6 164.3 160.6 164.4 160.6 164.4 160.6 100% load, g/kWh 167.0 162.0 167.0 162.0 169.0 164.0 169.0 164.0
75% load, g/kWh 163.9 160.0 163.9 160.0 163.0 159.1 163.0 159.1 85% load, g/kWh 164.4 160.6 164.3 160.6 164.4 160.6 164.4 160.6
BMEP, bar 21.0 17.1 21.0 17.1 21.0 17.1 21.0 17.1 75% load, g/kWh 163.9 160.0 163.9 160.0 163.0 159.1 163.0 159.1
BMEP, bar 21.0 17.1 21.0 17.1 21.0 17.1 21.0 17.1

Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Tier III mode
Cyl. L B C D F1 F2 G LCC Weight Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
5 5 550(5 575)3 150 1 088 7 688 9 250 8 409 1 636(1 704) 880 188(215) P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
6 6 430(6 455)3 150 1 088 7 688 9 250 8 409 1 636(1 704) 880 219(250) 100% load, g/kWh 168.7 163.6 168.7 163.6 168.7 163.6 168.7 163.6
7 7 310(7 335)3 150 1 088 7 688 9 250 8 409 1 636(1 704) 880 251(287) 85% load, g/kWh 166.0 162.2 165.9 162.2 166.0 162.2 165.9 162.2
8 8 190(8 215)3 150 1 088 7 688 9 250 8 409 1 636(1 704) 880 281(321) 75% load, g/kWh 165.5 161.6 165.5 161.6 165.5 161.6 165.5 161.6
9 9 070(9 095)3 150 1 088 7 688 9 250 8 409 1 636(1 704) 880 312(356) BMEP, bar 21.0 17.1 21.0 17.1 21.0 17.1 21.0 17.1
Dimensions and weight in ( ) are for engine of
bedplate and column, made by cast iron.

F1
F2
D

C G
LCC
L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

35 36
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC50LSE-Eco-A2 UEC50LSE-Eco-A2-EGR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 500 mm Tier II Tier III Cylinder bore 500 mm
Piston stroke 2 050 mm Piston stroke 2 050 mm
Stroke / bore 4.10 Stroke / bore 4.10
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 124 min-1 93 min-1 1660 P1 1660 P1 Speed 124 min-1 93 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.5 m/s 6.4 m/s Piston Speed 8.5 m/s 6.4 m/s
P1 P2 P3 P4 1330 1330 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. P2 P2 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW 1245
P3
1245
P3 kW kW kW kW
5 8 300 6 650 6 225 4 975 5 8 300 6 650 6 225 4 975
995 995
6 9 960 7 980 7 470 5 970 6 9 960 7 980 7 470 5 970
LSE

LSE
P4 P4
7 11 620 9 310 8 715 6 965 93 124 93 124 7 11 620 9 310 8 715 6 965
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 13 280 10 640 9 960 7 960 8 13 280 10 640 9 960 7 960
9 14 940 11 970 11 205 8 955 9 14 940 11 970 11 205 8 955

Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Tier II mode (of Tier III specification)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
100% load, g/kWh 167.0 161.4 167.0 161.4 168.5 162.9 168.5 162.9 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
85% load, g/kWh 164.0 158.4 164.0 158.5 164.0 158.4 164.0 158.5 100% load, g/kWh 167.0 161.4 167.0 161.4 168.5 162.9 168.5 162.9
75% load, g/kWh 163.1 157.5 163.1 157.5 162.4 156.8 162.4 156.8 85% load, g/kWh 164.0 158.4 164.0 158.5 164.0 158.4 164.0 158.5
BMEP, bar 20.0 16.2 20.0 16.2 20.0 16.2 20.0 16.2 75% load, g/kWh 163.1 157.5 163.1 157.5 162.4 156.8 162.4 156.8
BMEP, bar 20.0 16.2 20.0 16.2 20.0 16.2 20.0 16.2

Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Tier III mode
Cyl. L B C D F1 F2 G LCC Weight Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
5 5 550(5 575)3 150 1 088 7 688 9 250 8 409 1 636(1 704) 880 188(215) P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
6 6 430(6 455)3 150 1 088 7 688 9 250 8 409 1 636(1 704) 880 219(250) 100% load, g/kWh 168.7 163.0 168.7 163.0 168.7 163.0 168.7 163.0
7 7 310(7 335)3 150 1 088 7 688 9 250 8 409 1 636(1 704) 880 251(287) 85% load, g/kWh 165.6 160.0 165.6 160.1 165.6 160.0 165.6 160.1
8 8 190(8 215)3 150 1 088 7 688 9 250 8 409 1 636(1 704) 880 281(321) 75% load, g/kWh 164.7 159.1 164.7 159.1 164.7 159.1 164.7 159.1
9 9 070(9 095)3 150 1 088 7 688 9 250 8 409 1 636(1 704) 880 312(356) BMEP, bar 20.0 16.2 20.0 16.2 20.0 16.2 20.0 16.2
Dimensions and weight in ( ) are for engine of
bedplate and column, made by cast iron.

F1
F2
D

C G
LCC
L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

37 38
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC45LSE-Eco-C1 UEC45LSE-Eco-C1-EGR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 450 mm Tier II Tier III Cylinder bore 450 mm
Piston stroke 1 930 mm Piston stroke 1 930 mm
Stroke / bore 4.29 Stroke / bore 4.29
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 128 min-1 96 min-1 1440 P1 1440 P1 Speed 128 min-1 96 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.2 m/s 6.2 m/s Piston Speed 8.2 m/s 6.2 m/s
1150 1150
P1 P2 P3 P4 1080 P2 1080 P2 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. P3 P3 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW
5 7 200 5 750 5 400 4 325 865 865 5 7 200 5 750 5 400 4 325
P4 P4
6 8 640 6 900 6 480 5 190 6 8 640 6 900 6 480 5 190
LSE

LSE
7 10 080 8 050 7 560 6 055 96 128 96 128 7 10 080 8 050 7 560 6 055
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 11 520 9 200 8 640 6 920 8 11 520 9 200 8 640 6 920

Tier II mode (of Tier III specification)


Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 171.0 165.7 171.0 165.7 173.0 167.7 173.0 167.7 100% load, g/kWh 171.0 165.7 171.0 165.7 173.0 167.7 173.0 167.7
85% load, g/kWh 168.4 164.4 168.4 164.4 168.4 164.4 168.4 164.4 85% load, g/kWh 168.4 164.4 168.4 164.4 168.4 164.4 168.4 164.4
75% load, g/kWh 167.9 163.8 167.9 163.8 167.0 162.9 167.0 162.9 75% load, g/kWh 167.9 163.8 167.9 163.8 167.0 162.9 167.0 162.9
BMEP, bar 22.0 17.6 22.0 17.6 22.0 17.6 22.0 17.6 BMEP, bar 22.0 17.6 22.0 17.6 22.0 17.6 22.0 17.6

Tier III mode


Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
5 5 102 3 000 1 000 7 185 8 860 1 540 792 161 100% load, g/kWh 172.7 167.4 172.7 167.4 172.7 167.4 172.7 167.4
6 5 894 3 000 1 000 7 185 8 860 1 540 792 187 85% load, g/kWh 170.1 166.0 170.1 166.0 170.1 166.0 170.1 166.0
7 6 686 3 000 1 000 7 185 8 860 1 540 792 212 75% load, g/kWh 169.6 165.4 169.6 165.4 169.6 165.4 169.6 165.4
8 7 478 3 000 1 000 7 185 8 860 1 540 792 240 BMEP, bar 22.0 17.6 22.0 17.6 22.0 17.6 22.0 17.6

F1
D

C G

LCC
L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

39 40
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC45LSE-Eco-B2 UEC45LSE-Eco-B2-EGR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 450 mm Tier II Tier III Cylinder bore 450 mm
Piston stroke 1 930 mm Piston stroke 1 930 mm
Stroke / bore 4.29 Stroke / bore 4.29
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 128 min-1 96 min-1 1380 P1 1380 P1 Speed 128 min-1 96 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.2 m/s 6.2 m/s Piston Speed 8.2 m/s 6.2 m/s
P1 P2 P3 P4 1105 1105 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. 1035 P2 1035 P2 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW P3 P3 kW kW kW kW
5 6 900 5 525 5 175 4 150 5 6 900 5 525 5 175 4 150
830 830
6 8 280 6 630 6 210 4 980 P4 P4 6 8 280 6 630 6 210 4 980
LSE

LSE
7 9 660 7 735 7 245 5 810 96 128 96 128 7 9 660 7 735 7 245 5 810
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 11 040 8 840 8 280 6 640 8 11 040 8 840 8 280 6 640

Tier II mode (of Tier III specification)


Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 169.0 163.0 169.0 163.0 170.5 164.5 170.5 164.5 100% load, g/kWh 169.0 163.0 169.0 163.0 170.5 164.5 170.5 164.5
85% load, g/kWh 166.0 160.1 166.0 160.0 166.0 160.1 166.0 160.0 85% load, g/kWh 166.0 160.1 166.0 160.0 166.0 160.1 166.0 160.0
75% load, g/kWh 165.1 159.1 165.1 159.0 164.4 158.4 164.4 158.3 75% load, g/kWh 165.1 159.1 165.1 159.0 164.4 158.4 164.4 158.3
BMEP, bar 21.1 16.9 21.1 16.8 21.1 16.9 21.1 16.8 BMEP, bar 21.1 16.9 21.1 16.8 21.1 16.9 21.1 16.8

Tier III mode


Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
5 5 102 3 000 1 000 7 185 8 860 1 540 792 161 100% load, g/kWh 170.7 164.6 170.7 164.6 170.7 164.6 170.7 164.6
6 5 894 3 000 1 000 7 185 8 860 1 540 792 187 85% load, g/kWh 167.7 161.7 167.7 161.1 167.7 161.7 167.7 161.1
7 6 686 3 000 1 000 7 185 8 860 1 540 792 212 75% load, g/kWh 166.8 160.7 166.8 160.6 166.8 160.7 166.8 160.6
8 7 478 3 000 1 000 7 185 8 860 1 540 792 240 BMEP, bar 21.1 16.9 21.1 16.8 21.1 16.9 21.1 16.8

F1
D

C G

LCC
L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

41 42
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC45LSE-Eco-1 UEC45LSE-Eco-1-EGR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 450 mm Tier II Tier III Cylinder bore 450 mm
Piston stroke 1 840 mm Piston stroke 1 840 mm
Stroke / bore 4.09 Stroke / bore 4.09
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 130 min-1 98 min-1 1245 P1 1245 P1 Speed 130 min-1 98 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.0 m/s 6.0 m/s Piston Speed 8.0 m/s 6.0 m/s
995 995
P1 P2 P3 P4 940 P2 940 P2 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. P3 P3 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW
5 6 225 4 975 4 700 3 750 750 750 5 6 225 4 975 4 700 3 750
P4 P4
6 7 470 5 970 5 640 4 500 6 7 470 5 970 5 640 4 500
LSE

LSE
7 8 715 6 965 6 580 5 250 98 130 98 130 7 8 715 6 965 6 580 5 250
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 9 960 7 960 7 520 6 000 8 9 960 7 960 7 520 6 000

Tier II mode (of Tier III specification)


Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 172.0 166.7 172.0 166.7 174.0 168.7 174.0 168.7 100% load, g/kWh 172.0 166.7 172.0 166.7 174.0 168.7 174.0 168.7
85% load, g/kWh 169.4 165.4 169.4 165.4 169.4 165.4 169.4 165.4 85% load, g/kWh 169.4 165.4 169.4 165.4 169.4 165.4 169.4 165.4
75% load, g/kWh 168.9 164.8 168.9 164.8 168.0 163.9 168.0 163.9 75% load, g/kWh 168.9 164.8 168.9 164.8 168.0 163.9 168.0 163.9
BMEP, bar 19.6 15.7 19.6 15.7 19.6 15.7 19.6 15.7 BMEP, bar 19.6 15.7 19.6 15.7 19.6 15.7 19.6 15.7

Tier III mode


Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
5 5 102 3 000 1 000 6 900 8 600 1 560 792 162 100% load, g/kWh 173.7 168.4 173.7 168.4 173.7 168.4 173.7 168.4
6 5 894 3 000 1 000 6 900 8 600 1 560 792 189 85% load, g/kWh 171.1 167.1 171.1 167.1 171.1 167.1 171.1 167.1
7 6 686 3 000 1 000 6 900 8 600 1 560 792 215 75% load, g/kWh 170.6 166.4 170.6 166.4 170.6 166.4 170.6 166.4
8 7 478 3 000 1 000 6 900 8 600 1 560 792 243 BMEP, bar 19.6 15.7 19.6 15.7 19.6 15.7 19.6 15.7
Dimensions and weight are for engine of bedplate, made by cast iron.

F1
D

C G

LCC
L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

43 44
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC45LSE-C1/-SCR UEC45LSE-B2/-SCR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 450 mm Tier II Tier II Cylinder bore 450 mm
Piston stroke 1 930 mm Piston stroke 1 930 mm
Stroke / bore 4.29 Tier III Tier III Stroke / bore 4.29
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 128 min-1 96 min-1 1440 P1 1380 P1 Speed 128 min-1 96 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.2 m/s 6.2 m/s Piston Speed 8.2 m/s 6.2 m/s
1150
P1 P2 P3 P4 1080 P2 1105 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. P3 1035 P2 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW P3 kW kW kW kW
5 7 200 5 750 5 400 4 325 865 830 5 6 900 5 525 5 175 4 150
P4 P4
6 8 640 6 900 6 480 5 190 6 8 280 6 630 6 210 4 980
LSE

LSE
7 10 080 8 050 7 560 6 055 96 128 96 128 7 9 660 7 735 7 245 5 810
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 11 520 9 200 8 640 6 920 8 11 040 8 840 8 280 6 640

Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 173.0 167.7 173.0 167.7 100% load, g/kWh 171.0 165.0 171.0 164.9
85% load, g/kWh 170.4 166.4 170.4 166.4 85% load, g/kWh 168.3 162.3 168.3 162.2
75% load, g/kWh 170.7 166.9 170.7 166.9 75% load, g/kWh 168.1 162.1 168.1 162.0
BMEP, bar 22.0 17.6 22.0 17.6 BMEP, bar 21.1 16.9 21.1 16.8
SFOCs described above are for Tier Ⅱ mode. SFOCs of Tier Ⅲ mode are on request. SFOCs described above are for Tier Ⅱ mode. SFOCs of Tier Ⅲ mode are on request.

Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes)
Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight
5 5 102 3 000 1 000 7 080 8 860 1 540 792 158 5 5 102 3 000 1 000 7 080 8 860 1 540 792 158
6 5 894 3 000 1 000 7 080 8 860 1 540 792 183 6 5 894 3 000 1 000 7 080 8 860 1 540 792 183
7 6 686 3 000 1 000 7 080 8 860 1 540 792 208 7 6 686 3 000 1 000 7 080 8 860 1 540 792 208
8 7 478 3 000 1 000 7 080 8 860 1 540 792 236 8 7 478 3 000 1 000 7 080 8 860 1 540 792 236

F1 F1

D D

C C G
G

LCC LCC
L B L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000 0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

45 46
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC45LSE-1/-SCR UEC35LSE-Eco-C1/-SCR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 450 mm Tier II Tier II Cylinder bore 350 mm
Piston stroke 1 840 mm Piston stroke 1 550 mm
Stroke / bore 4.09 Tier III Tier III Stroke / bore 4.43
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 130 min-1 98 min-1 1245 P1 935 P1 Speed 167 min-1 125 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.0 m/s 6.0 m/s Piston Speed 8.6 m/s 6.5 m/s
995
P1 P2 P3 P4 940 P2 750 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. P3 700 P2 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW P3 kW kW kW kW
5 6 225 4 975 4 700 3 750 750 560 5 4 675 3 750 3 500 2 800
P4 P4
6 7 470 5 970 5 640 4 500 6 5 610 4 500 4 200 3 360
LSE

LSE
7 8 715 6 965 6 580 5 250 98 130 125 167 7 6 545 5 250 4 900 3 920
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 9 960 7 960 7 520 6 000 8 7 480 6 000 5 600 4 480

Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 174.0 168.7 174.0 168.7 100% load, g/kWh 168.0 162.8 168.0 162.7 170.0 164.8 170.0 164.7
85% load, g/kWh 171.4 167.4 171.4 167.4 85% load, g/kWh 165.4 161.4 165.4 161.4 165.4 161.4 165.4 161.4
75% load, g/kWh 171.7 167.9 171.7 167.9 75% load, g/kWh 164.9 160.9 164.9 160.8 164.0 160.0 164.0 159.9
BMEP, bar 19.6 15.7 19.6 15.7 BMEP, bar 22.5 18.1 22.5 18.0 22.5 18.1 22.5 18.0
SFOCs described above are for Tier Ⅱ mode. SFOCs of Tier Ⅲ mode are on request. SFOCs described above are for Tier Ⅱ mode. SFOCs of Tier Ⅲ mode are on request.

Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes)
Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight
5 5 102 3 000 1 000 6 900 8 600 1 560 792 168 5 4 398 2 284 830 5 622.5 6 725 1 326 612 79(81)
6 5 894 3 000 1 000 6 900 8 600 1 560 792 195 6 5 010 2 284 830 5 622.5 6 725 1 326 612 88(90)
7 6 686 3 000 1 000 6 900 8 600 1 560 792 222 7 5 622 2 284 830 5 622.5 6 725 1 326 612 98
(101)
8 7 478 3 000 1 000 6 900 8 600 1 560 792 252 8 6 234 2 284 830 5 622.5 6 725 1 326 612 109
(112)
Dimensions and weight are for engine of bedplate and column, made by cast iron. Weight in ( ) is for engine of bedplate, made by cast iron.

F1 F1
D
D

C C G
G

LCC LCC
L B L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000 0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

47 48
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC35LSE-Eco-B2/-SCR UEC33LSE-C2/-SCR
Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 350 mm Tier II Tier II Cylinder bore 330 mm
Piston stroke 1 550 mm Piston stroke 1 550 mm
Stroke / bore 4.43 Tier III Tier III Stroke / bore 4.70
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 167 min-1 125 min-1 870 P1 830 P1 Speed 167 min-1 121 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.6 m/s 6.3 m/s Piston Speed 8.6 m/s 6.3 m/s
665
P1 P2 P3 P4 695 600 P2 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. 650 P2 P3 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW P3 kW kW kW kW
5 4 350 3 475 3 250 2 600 520 480 5 4 150 3 325 3 000 2 400
P4 P4
6 5 220 4 170 3 900 3 120 6 4 980 3 990 3 600 2 880
LSE

LSE
7 6 090 4 865 4 550 3 640 125 167 121 167 7 5 810 4 655 4 200 3 360
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
8 6 960 5 560 5 200 4 160 8 6 640 5 320 4 800 3 840

Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 167.0 161.0 167.0 161.0 168.5 162.5 168.5 162.5 100% load, g/kWh 174.0 170.0 173.9 169.9
85% load, g/kWh 164.0 158.0 164.0 158.0 164.0 158.0 164.0 158.0 85% load, g/kWh 171.3 167.3 171.2 167.2
75% load, g/kWh 163.1 157.0 163.1 157.0 162.4 156.3 162.4 156.3 75% load, g/kWh 171.1 167.1 171.0 167.0
BMEP, bar 21.0 16.7 21.0 16.7 21.0 16.7 21.0 16.7 BMEP, bar 22.5 18.0 22.4 18.0
SFOCs described above are for Tier Ⅱ mode. SFOCs of Tier Ⅲ mode are on request. SFOCs described above are for Tier Ⅱ mode. SFOCs of Tier Ⅲ mode are on request.

Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes)
Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight
5 4 398 2 284 830 5 622.5 6 725 1 326 612 79(81) 5 4 398 2 284 830 5 575.5 6 725 1 326 612 79(81)
6 5 010 2 284 830 5 622.5 6 725 1 326 612 88(90) 6 5 010 2 284 830 5 575.5 6 725 1 326 612 88(90)
7 5 622 2 284 830 5 622.5 6 725 1 326 612 98
(101) 7 5 622 2 284 830 5 575.5 6 725 1 326 612 97
(100)
8 6 234 2 284 830 5 622.5 6 725 1 326 612 109
(112) 8 6 234 2 284 830 5 575.5 6 725 1 326 612 107
(110)
Weight in ( ) is for engine of bedplate, made by cast iron. Weight in ( ) is for engine of bedplate, made by cast iron.

F1 F1
D D

C G C G

LCC LCC
L B L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000 0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 25 000 30 000 35 000 40 000

49 50
UE Engines

UEC-LSII Series
UEC-LSII Series Output Range
UE Engines

UE Engines
Engine Speed kW
(P4-P1/min-1) 0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000

120-160 UEC43LSII
LSII

LSII
UEC-LSII Series are valued by customers as well as proven engines
which have excellent service experiences.
S :Solution for slow steaming
140-186 UEC37LSII

UEC33LSII
157-215
UEC33LSII-Eco

0 5,000 10,000 15,000 20,000


kW

51 52
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC43LSII/-SCR UEC37LSII / -SCR


Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 430 mm Tier II Tier II Cylinder bore 370 mm
Piston stroke 1 500 mm Piston stroke 1 290 mm
Stroke / bore 3.49 Tier III Tier III Stroke / bore 3.49
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 160 min-1 120 min-1 1050 P1 772 P1 Speed 186 min-1 140 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 8.0 m/s 6.0 m/s Piston Speed 8.0 m/s 6.0 m/s
840 618
P1 P2 P3 P4 790 P2 581 P2 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. P3 P3 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW
5 5 250 4 200 3 950 3 150 630 465 5 3 860 3 090 2 905 2 325
P4 P4
6 6 300 5 040 4 740 3 780 6 4 635 3 705 3 490 2 790
7 7 350 5 880 5 530 4 410 120 160 140 186 7 5 405 4 325 4 070 3 255
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
LSII

LSII
8 8 400 6 720 6 320 5 040 8 6 180 4 945 4 650 3 720

Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 177.0 171.7 177.0 171.7 100% load, g/kWh 179.0 173.7 179.0 173.7
85% load, g/kWh 174.4 170.4 174.4 170.4 85% load, g/kWh 176.4 172.4 176.4 172.4
75% load, g/kWh 174.7 170.9 174.7 170.9 75% load, g/kWh 176.7 172.9 176.6 172.9
BMEP, bar 18.1 14.5 18.1 14.5 BMEP, bar 18.0 14.4 18.0 14.4
SFOCs described above are for Tier Ⅱ mode. SFOCs of Tier Ⅲ mode are on request. SFOCs described above are for Tier Ⅱ mode. SFOCs of Tier Ⅲ mode are on request.

Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes)
Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight
5 4 846 2 520 690 5 827 7 100 1 287 756 121 5 4 243 2 255 650 5 062 6 170 1 120 650 83
6 5 602 2 520 690 5 827 7 100 1 287 756 140 6 4 893 2 255 650 5 062 6 170 1 120 650 96
7 6 358 2 520 690 5 827 7 100 1 287 756 159 7 5 543 2 255 650 5 062 6 170 1 120 650 110
8 7 114 2 520 690 5 827 7 100 1 287 756 182 8 6 193 2 255 650 5 062 6 170 1 120 650 124

F1 F1
D D

C C
G G

LCC LCC
L B L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000

53 54
UE Engines UE Engines

UEC33LSII/-SCR UEC33LSII-Eco /-SCR


Main data Main data
Cylinder bore 330 mm Tier II Tier II Cylinder bore 330 mm
Piston stroke 1 050 mm Piston stroke 1 050 mm
Stroke / bore 3.18 Tier III Tier III Stroke / bore 3.18
UE Engines

UE Engines
Rated power Rated power
Speed 215 min-1 157 min-1 566 P1 566 P1 Speed 215 min-1 157 min-1

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)

Engine Output (kW/cyl.)


Piston Speed 7.5 m/s 5.5 m/s Piston Speed 7.5 m/s 5.5 m/s
453 453
P1 P2 P3 P4 414 P2 414 P2 P1 P2 P3 P4
Cyl. P3 P3 Cyl.
kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW
5 2 830 2 265 2 070 1 655 331 331 5 2 830 2 265 2 070 1 655
P4 P4
6 3 400 2 720 2 480 1 985 6 3 400 2 720 2 480 1 985
7 3 965 3 170 2 895 2 315 157 215 157 215 7 3 965 3 170 2 895 2 315
Engine Speed (min-1) Engine Speed (min-1)
LSII

LSII
8 4 530 3 625 3 310 2 645 8 4 530 3 625 3 310 2 645

Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Low Load Optimize (LLO)
P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4 P1 P2 P3 P4
100% load, g/kWh 179.0 173.7 179.0 173.7 100% load, g/kWh 172.0 166.7 172.0 166.7 174.0 168.7 174.0 168.7
85% load, g/kWh 176.4 172.4 176.4 172.4 85% load, g/kWh 169.4 165.4 169.4 165.4 169.4 165.4 169.3 165.4
75% load, g/kWh 176.7 172.9 176.7 172.9 75% load, g/kWh 168.9 164.8 168.9 164.8 168.0 163.9 168.0 163.9
BMEP, bar 17.6 14.1 17.6 14.1 BMEP, bar 17.6 14.1 17.6 14.1 17.6 14.1 17.6 14.1
SFOCs described above are for Tier Ⅱ mode. SFOCs of Tier Ⅲ mode are on request. SFOCs described above are for Tier Ⅱ mode. SFOCs of Tier Ⅲ mode are on request.

Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes) Principal engine dimension (mm) and weight (tonnes)
Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight Cyl. L B C D F1 G LCC Weight
5 3 765 1 900 500 4 301 5 150 906 580 52 5 3 765 1 900 500 4 301 5 150 906 580 57
6 4 345 1 900 500 4 301 5 150 906 580 60 6 4 345 1 900 500 4 301 5 150 906 580 65
7 4 925 1 900 500 4 301 5 150 906 580 68 7 4 925 1 900 500 4 301 5 150 906 580 73
8 5 505 1 900 500 4 301 5 150 906 580 78 8 5 505 1 900 500 4 301 5 150 906 580 83

F1 F1
D D

C C
G G

LCC LCC
L B L B

Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW Output Range P4-P1 min-1 kW


0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000 0 5 000 10 000 15 000 20 000

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MET Turbochargers

MET turbochargers are the global Hybrid Turbochargers Available for


Retrofitting
standard exhaust gas turbochargers
used in large marine and stationary As well as supplying supercharged air to
diesel engines. the engine, our hybrid turbochargers
generate electric power from the
turbocharger's rotational energy.
Features
 Recognized worldwide Features
 Found in all major engines (MDT, Win GD and UE)
 Economical
 Uses an advanced aerodynamic design for the compressor and

turbine which was developed based on numerous tests and


 Reduced diesel generator fuel consumption
analysis results  Reliable cutting-edge technology
 Long lasting and reliable components  Highly efficient high-speed permanent magnet-type

 Incorporate a low noise silencer


synchronous generator coupled with turbocharger rotor
 State-of-the-art power electronics used to supply stable electric
 Compatible with heavy oil
power to the ship’s grid
MET Turbochargers

MET Turbochargers
 Simple and compact design
 Functions as a motor to assist the turbocharger in providing
 Robust bearing pedestal supporting the rotor and casings
more air to the diesel engine
 Integrated lubricating oil head tank
 Simple and compact design
 Easy maintenance
 Easy maintenance
 Detachable gas inlet inner casing

VTI Turbochargers Available for


Retrofitting
Turbochargers improve engine performance
at low load operation by maintaining high
Electric assist Turbochargers Available for
Retrofitting
scavenging pressure by changing the The electric assist turbochargers we are
nozzle area. currently developing provide a superior
S :Solution for slow steaming engine performance for slow steaming under
low loads, contributing to significant cost
Features
reductions.
 Economical
 Improve the engine performance at low loads S :Solution for slow steaming
 Reduce the operating time of auxiliary blowers
 Almost no increase in maintenance costs and time compared with
Features
standard turbochargers - no sealing air or cooling air required  Idealfor slow steaming
 Highly reliable butterfly valve  Improved engine performance under partial and low loads
 Simple design  Low cost
 Two step open-close control  Better fuel efficiency

 Fixed-pitch nozzle ring with inner gas flow control passage  Compact
 Retrofit ready  Motor directly attached to the turbocharger

 Use the same gas inlet interface as standard turbochargers  Separate auxiliary blower is not required

 Gas inlet casing interchangeable with standard products  Suitable for retrofitting
 Easy maintenance

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MET Turbochargers
Turbocharger Efficiency
80

Turbocharger efficiency (%)


75

70
MET-MA
65 (2004)
MET-MB
60 (2008)

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MET-MB Series
1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0
Compressor pressure ratio

Type MET33MB MET42MB MET48MB MET53MB MET60MB MET66MB MET71MB MET83MB MET90MB
Particulars Impeller Type V U V U V U V U V U V U V U V U V U
Over speed rpm (min-1) 27,990 29,700 22,600 23,980 19,920 21,140 17,810 18,900 16,010 16,990 14,300 15,170 13,210 14,020 11,300 11,990 10,240 10,860
Continuous allowable max.
gas temperature before turbine °C 580 580
Momentary allowable max.
gas temperature before turbine °C 610 610
MET Turbochargers

MET Turbochargers
Max. air flow at 3.5 8.8 13.5 17.4 21.7 26.9 33.7 39.5 54.0 65.8
kg/s
(pressure ratio) at 4.2 8.6 13.2 16.9 21.2 26.2 32.9 52.7 64.2
38.5
Diesel engine output range kW/a
turbocharger (at pressure ratio 4.0) kW 2,000 to 3,400 2,900 to 5,250 3,830 to 6,750 4,700 to 8,450 6,250 to 10,460 7,200 to 13,110 8,800 to 15,350 11,900 to 21,000 17,400 to 27,700
Net weight kg 1,000 1,600 3,100 4,100 4500 6,500 8,000 12,500 15,600
Total length mm 1,661 1,944 2,280 2,504 2,825 3,065 3,143 3,771 4,241
Total breadth mm 899 1,134 1,255 1,417 1,530 1,785 1,820 2,233 2,465
Total height mm 945 1,155 1,330 1,435 1,540 1,720 1,865 2,180 2,410
one-piece type one-piece type one-piece type one-piece type one-piece type one-piece type one-piece type
Gas inlet casing construction one-piece type one-piece type or or or or or or or
two-piece type two-piece type two-piece type two-piece type two-piece type two-piece type two-piece type
Hybrid       
Application,
Variation VTI       
Integrated EGB       

MET-MA Series * Size 2 impellers are of small diameter than size 3


Type MET33MA MET42MA MET53MA MET60MA MET66MA MET71MA MET83MA MET90MA
Particulars Impeller Size* 2 3 2 3 2 3 3 2 3 3 2 3 3
Over speed rpm (min-1) 29,660 27,990 23,940 22,600 18,880 17,810 16,010 15,150 14,300 13,210 11,960 11,300 10,240
Continuous allowable max.
gas temperature before turbine °C 580 580
Momentary allowable max.
gas temperature before turbine °C 610 610

Max. air flow (at pressure ratio 3.5) kg/s 8.8 13.5 21.7 26.9 33.7 39.5 54.0 65.8
Diesel engine output range kW/a turbocharger
(at pressure ratio 3.0) kW 1,300 to 3,200 2,700 to 5,000 4,400 to 8,000 5,800 to 10,000 6,900 to 12,500 8,300 to 14,700 11,400 to 20,100 16,500 to 24,100
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MET Turbochargers MET Turbochargers

MET-SRC Series MET-SRII Series


Mitsubishi’s well-known large
turbocharger, MET, is applied to large Type MET22SRII MET26SRII MET30SRII
diesel engines. The MET-SRC Particulars
Impeller
turbocharger has been developed to meet Size 2 3 2 3 2 3
the demand for higher performance and rpm
Over speed 45,900 43,400 37,800 35,700 31,100 29,400
reliability, that is well proven by the excellent service records of large (min-1)

MET type turbochargers. Continuous allowable max.


gas temperature before turbine °C 580
Features Momentary allowable max. °C 610
gas temperature before turbine
 High efficiency  Non-water cooling or air vent Max. air flow kg/s 1.3 to 2.5 1.8 to 3.7 2.7 to 5.5
(Adopted a newly designed turbine necessary (at pressure ratio 3.5)
wheel and highly efficient impeller,  Wide range of main engine Lubricant inlet pressure MPa 0.06 to 0.15 0.06 to 0.155
as well as being a large-size MET) application
 High reliability (400-4,400kw diesel engine) Lubricant inlet temperature °C 35 to 65
MET Turbochargers

MET Turbochargers
 Compatible with heavy oil  Equipped for high pressure ratio
Lubricant outlet temperature °C 90 or less
(Turbine valve nozzle is coated  Low noise level
with a metal spray, and the rotor (Incorporates a light weight silencer, with
shaft journal induction is hardened) small pressure loss and great function)

MET-SRC Series High pressure ratio type


Type MET18SRC MET22SRC MET26SRC MET30SRC MET37SRC
3
Particulars Impeller Size 1 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3
Over speed rpm (min-1) 66,400 60,200 56,900 51,100 48,200 42,000 39,600 34,500 32,600 28,100 26,500
Continuous allowable max. gas temperature before turbine °C 610 610
Momentary allowable max. gas temperature before turbine °C 640 640
Max. air flow (at pressure ratio 3.5) kg/s 0.71 to 1.56 1.20 to 2.17 1.77 to 3.21 2.62 to 4.73 3.94 to 7.15
Lubricant inlet pressure MPa 0.06 to 0.15 0.06 to 0.15
Lubricant inlet temperature °C 35 to 65 35 to 65
Lubricant outlet temperature °C 90 or less 90 or less

MET-SRC Series Standard type


Type MET18SRC MET22SRC MET26SRC MET30SRC MET37SRC
Particulars Impeller Size 1 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 3
Over speed rpm (min-1) 59,800 54,300 51,200 45,900 43,400 37,800 35,700 31,100 29,400 25,400 23,900
Continuous allowable max. gas temperature before turbine °C 580 580
Momentary allowable max. gas temperature before turbine °C 610 610
Max. air flow (at pressure ratio 3.5) kg/s 0.75 to 1.70 1.27 to 2.36 1.88 to 3.50 2.79 to 5.16 4.20 to 7.80
Lubricant inlet pressure MPa 0.06 to 0.15 0.06 to 0.15
Lubricant inlet temperature °C 35 to 65 35 to 65
Lubricant outlet temperature °C 90 or less 90 or less
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WHRS (Waste Heat Recovery System)

WHRS is a revolutionary energy-saving power generation system that Generator


Steam Turbine
recovers and reuses energy from the main engine’s exhaust gas.
WHRS optimizes thermal efficiency by automatically adjusting the
output according to on-board electricity demand. Power Turbine

Features
 Easy operation Reduction Gear
Fully remote automation
 Easy installation Marine Boiler
 Packaged unit arranged on a common bed Section
 Highly reliable  Exhaust Gas
 Plant monitoring system Economizer
 Performance diagnosis  Auxiliary Boiler

 Compact design Exhaust Gas Economizer


 Economical and environmentally friendly
 Reduces diesel generator fuel consumption and in some cases Turbo Charger
allows diesel generators to be stopped Section
 Optimizes thermal efficiency by controlling the output and load
WHRS

WHRS
 Exhaust Gas
balance of the steam and power turbines Turbocharger(MET)
Turbocharger(MET)  Exhaust Gas
Steam Turbine Generator AT42C, AT52C~AT64C is applied to WHRS, and the Power Turbine
turbine specifications are as shown in the table on page 87 .

Exhaust Gas Power Turbine

ATD52 Type Marine Turbine


Section
 Condensing System
 Steam Turbine
 Reduction Gear
Shaft Generator / Motor
& SSS Clutch
 Generator

Steam Turbine

Main Engine  Shaft Generator /


Motor
SGM  Power Management

System
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WHRS
Types

STG (Super Turbo Generating) system PTG (Power Turbine Generating) system
Exhaust gas is partially Exhaust Gas Steam
Exhaust gas is extracted
extracted from the main Economizer (From Economizer) from the main engine and is Exhaust Gas
engine exhaust gas Suction Air R/G used to drive the power Suction Air R/G
manifold, then it drives the Turbo- P/T turbine generator, eliminating Turbocharger P/T
charger
Exhaust Gas Power Turbine, S/T Generator the need for a large exhaust
which is connected to steam SSS
Clutch gas economizer, steam Generator
turbine with an SSS Clutch. Main Engine turbine, and vacuum Main Engine Gas Bypass
Exhaust Steam
The power generated is 2.4 (To Condenser) condenser.
to 2.8 times more than the Gas Bypass The PTG system is compact
Eco-TG System (without gas and can be retrofitted.
bypass).
Should the STG power generation exceed the electrical demand of
the vessel, the surplus power can assist the propeller shaft through
shaft motor to reduce the main engine fuel consumption.
WHRS

WHRS
Eco-TG system (with gas bypass) Eco-TG system (without gas bypass)
By partially extracting the This conventional system has Exhaust Gas
Exhaust Gas Steam
exhaust gas from the main Economizer (From Economizer) been applied to the turbine
Economizer Steam
engine to the economizer, the Suction Air R/G generators currently in R/G
Suction Air
system collects more Turbo- service. After the
charger Turbocharger
generated power by S/T Generator turbocharger, all exhaust gas S/T Generator
Gas
increasing the economizer’s Bypass is led to economizer and then
steam amount and Main Engine steam-driven to the generator Main Engine
temperature. turbine. Exhaust Steam
Exhaust Steam
The power generated is 1.5 to (To Condenser) (To Condenser)
1.8 times more than Eco-TG
System (without gas bypass).

Mitsubishi Power Turbine Economizers

Modified gas outlet casing


Type Max. output Steam Single Pressure 0.6 ∼ 2.2MPa
Pressure Dual Pressure 0.6 ∼ 2.2MPa、0.3 ∼ 1.0MPa
Modified gas outlet guide MPT26R 800kW Steam Temperature Saturated ∼ 400℃
New turbine blades
MPT30R 1,200kW
Counter weight type system
Instead of
impeller whee
MPT33A 1,400kW 1 Superheater + Evaporator
Single Pressure Type
MPT42A 2,200kW 2 Superheater + Evaporator + Preheater

3,000kW 3 Superheater + HP Evaporator + LP Evaporator


MPT48R
Output flange MPT42A 4 Dual Pressure Type Superheater + HP Evaporator + LP Evaporator + Preheater
MPT53A 3,500kW 5 HP Superheater + HP Evaporator + LP Superheater + LP Evaporator + Preheater
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Boilers and Turbines

UST Series
(for Steam Propulsion Vessels)
Using the latest reheat-regenerative cycle system and state-of-the art
technologies to improve plant efficiency, our Ultra-Steam Turbine Plant Marine Reheat Boiler

(UST) delivers the best economic and environmental performance to all


customers. UST, the environmental-friendly propulsion system, Main Reheat Boiler
contributes to our customers' good service with high reliability and
safety. MBR- MBR- MBR- MBR- MBR- MBR- MBR-
Series No.
1E 2E 3E 4E 5E 6E 7E
Maximum kg/h 40,000 45,000 50,000 55,000 60,000 65,000 70,000
evaporation
Firing -
Features System Roof firing for Main Burner, Horizontal firing for RH Burner
 Greater plant efficiency Furnace Welded wall
construction -
 Higher plant efficiency which achieves about a 15% reduction in Steam Press. MPa 10
fuel oil consumption compared with CST (Conventional Steam at S.H.O
Turbine plant) series Steam Temp.
°C 560
at S.H.O
 High reliability and safety
Feed water 138
 Proven design based on recognized marine and land technologies
°C
Boilers and Turbines

Boilers and Turbines


temp.
 Environmentally friendly Boiler design MPa 12
Press.
 Lower NOx and SOx emissions
Boiler
efficiency % 88.5 based on the H.H.V. of fuel
 Flexibility of fuel selection
 Oil, gas and dual firing Air Heater - Steam air heater
 Extremely long lasting Number of
burners NOS. 2 3
 Exceptionally long lasting due to the robust design and

appropriate safety margins


Main Reheat Turbine
Ultra steam turbine (UST)
13 15 18 23 26 30 33 37
Output in MW(kps) (18) (20) (24) (32) (36) (40) (45) (50)

MR MR MR MR MR MR MR
Main Frame
21-II 24-II 32-II 36-II 40-II 45-II 50-II
HP/IP Turbine Frame HR-20 HR-22 HR-26 HR-28
LP Turbine Frame LR-14 LR-16 LR-18 LR-20 LR-23
Single tandem
Single tandem articulated type/ Dual tandem
Reduction Gear Frame articulated type dual tandem articulated type
articulated type

Main Thrust Frame T-8 T-9 T-11 T-13 T-15 T-17 T-19
HR-22: High-intermediate pressure turbine with 20- to 22-inch base-diameter
LR-18: Low pressure turbine with 18-inch last blade
T-13: Main thrust bearing with 13 × 103 cm2 nominal surface areas
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Boilers and Turbines

Auxiliary Boilers
MAC-B/MC-D/ Features

MJC/MAC-HB
 Simple and compact design
Smaller environmental footprint due to the

top-firing burner design


 High reliability and extremely long life time
The role of the marine boiler varies on each type of ship,  Easy maintenance
such as crude oil tankers, containerships, and bulk  Bare tube with in-line arrangement
carriers, so, we have created four models.  Soot blower

 Reliable

 Easy and safe operation

MAC-B Series
The MAC-B boiler generates steam for COPT driven and inert gas. MAC-B has variable options
such as dual fuel burner, high pressure and high efficiency, according to each customer's
requirements.
Boilers and Turbines

Boilers and Turbines


MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC-
20B 25B 30B 35B 40B 45B 50B 55B 60B 70B 80B 90B 100B 110B
Evaporation kg/h ~20,000 ~25,000 ~30,000 ~35,000 ~40,000 ~45,000 ~50,000 ~55,000 ~60,000 ~70,000 ~80,000 ~90,000 ~100,000 ~110,000

Boiler design pressure MPa 1.77 ~ 1.77 ~

Working steam pressure MPa 1.57 ~ 1.57 ~

Steam temperature °C Sat.~280°C* Sat.~280°C*

Boiler efficiency (LHV base) % 80.5 82.5 82.5

Feed water temperature °C 60 60

Air temperature °C 38 38

Number of burners - 1 1 2 or 3

Fuel oil consumption kg/h 1,552 1,940 2,328 2,716 3,029 3,407 3,787 4,165 4,543 5,300 6,058 6,815 7,572 8,329

Weight ton 26 28 31 35 44 47 49 54 67 72 73 75 98 114

Water content ton 10 10 11 13 19 20 20 22 29 30 34 34 37 43


Width (W) mm 3,880 4,160 4,540 4,610 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,350 5,810 5,810 5,530 5,530 5,810 5,810

Dimensions Depth (D) mm 3,410 3,410 3,600 3,800 4,520 4,520 4,520 4,710 6,250 6,252 6,820 6,820 7,250 7,250
Height (H) mm 6,140 6,520 6,850 7,320 7,670 8,170 8,970 9,210 8,510 9,210 7,980 8,280 8,910 9,210

69 *:Boiler efficiency can increase by about 5% by installing superheater 70


Boilers and Turbines

MC-D Series MJC Series


The MC-D generates heating steam for general service. The MJC is a smoke tube type composite boiler. The exhaust gas
The furnace is completely cooled by water so section and oil section are arranged parallelly in order for the boiler
maintenance of the refractory is not necessary. to be installed in ducts with a minimum installation space.

Boiler type MC-20D MC-30D MC-45D Boiler type MJC-250 MJC-280 MJC-340
Evaporation kg/h ~2,000 ~3,000 ~4,500 Evaporation for oil firing side kg/h ~2,000 ~2,000 ~3,000
Boiler design pressure MPa 0.69 to 0.98 Evaporation for exhaust gas side kg/h ~2,000 ~2,000 ~2,000
Working steam pressure MPa 0.59 to 0.88 Exhaust gas amount kg/h ~90,000 ~120,000 ~180,000
Boiler design pressure MPa 0.69 to 0.98
Steam temperature °C Sat.
Working steam pressure MPa 0.59 to 0.88
Feed water temperature °C 60 Steam temperature °C Sat.
Air temperature °C 38 Feed water temperature °C 60
Boiler efficiency (LHV base) % 78 Air temperature °C 38
Number of burners - 1 Boiler efficiency (LHV base) % 78
Fuel oil consumption kg/h 159 238 357 Number of burners - 1
Weight ton 6.7 8.1 11.1 Fuel oil consumption kg/h 159 159 238
Weight of boiler ton 20 22.5 35.5
Water content (full) ton 5.3 77.3 11.7
Water content of boiler (Full) ton 10.7 13.5 20.1
Width (W) mm 2,395 2,730 3,175 mm
Boilers and Turbines

Boilers and Turbines


Boiler outside Width (W) 2,700 3,000 3,630
Depth (D) mm 1,730 1,970 2,320 Boiler outside
Depth (D) mm 2,700 3,000 3,630
dimensions dimensions
Height (H) mm 4,371 4,420 4,850 Height (H) mm 5,400 5,400 5,900

MAC-HB Series
The MAC-HB is a higher efficiency model for COPT driven and inert gas.
The design is based on the recognised MAC-B model.

Boiler type MAC-H35B MAC-H40B MAC-H45B MAC-H50B MAC-H55B MAC-H60B


Evaporation t/h ~35,000 ~40,000 ~45,000 ~50,000 ~55,000 ~60,000
Boiler design pressure MPa 2.2 2.2
Working steam pressure MPa 1.57 to 2.0 1.5 to 2.0
Steam temperature ℃ Sat. Sat.
Boiler efficiency (LHV base) % 86.5 86.5
Feed water temperature ℃ 60 60
Air temperature ℃ 45 45
Number of burners - 1 1
Fuel oil consumption kg/h 2,533 2,895 3,257 3,619 3,980 4,342
Weight of boiler ton 42 47 50 54 56 62
Width (W) mm 4,682 5,013 5,013 5,013 5,013 5,386
Boiler outside
Depth (D) mm 3,800 4,445 4,445 4,822 4,822 4,947
dimensions
Height (H) mm 7,440 7,950 8,350 8,750 9,150 9,450

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Boilers and Turbines Fin Stabilizers
Steam Turbine Generators MHI-MME's fin stabilizers feature an extremely responsive hydraulic
system and have powerful computational ability. They deliver optimal
Highly reliable AT-type steam turbine generators responses to changing wave patterns, and by using “fuzzy control” can
have been developed using our original and handle even the most irregular waves.
innovative technology, and feature excellent
durability and cost performance.

Features
 Economical

High thermal efficiency


 Compact design
 Reliable and durable

 Easy maintenance
 Replacement parts can be delivered quickly

 Easy operation

 Environmentally friendly
 Low vibration and noise

Steam Turbine Generator (AT-Type)


Boilers and Turbines

Particulars AT34C AT42C AT52C AT64C AT76C AT92C AT100/128C

Fin Stabilizers
Type Horizontal, multi-stage impulse condensing turbine
Features
No. of stages 4 to 10 Rateau 4 to 12 Rateau  Cutting-edge technology
Power range 200 to 1,000 to 1,500 to 3,000 to 5,000 to 15,000 to 20,000 to Excellent anti-rolling performance

(kW) 2,000 4,000 6,000 15,000 18,000 27,000 45,000  Excellent stability achieved through fuzzy control system

Speed range 11,000 to 8,500 to 6,500 to 5,000 to 5,000 to 4,000 to 3,000 to  Rapid response by electro-hydraulic system
Turbines

(rpm) 15,000 11,700 9,500 7,500 6,000 4,500 4,200


 Highly reliable
Steam inlet
pressure (MPa) 0.4 to 12.3  High sealing reliability

Steam inlet  Durable


temperature (°C) Saturated temperature to 540
 Extended roll-sensor working life

Exhaust pressure  Easy maintenance


(mmHgv) 400 to 722
Reduction gears

Type Single helical, single reduction gear


Output shaft
speed (rpm) 900 to 3,600

Width (mm) 1,600 1,800 2,000 2,300 4,000 4,000 4,000 Type S 1 2 3 4
Dimensions

Length (mm) 3,785 4,075 4,390 4,750 6,800 7,400 8,000 Fin area m2 3 5 7 9 12

Height (mm) 1,635 1,890 2,185 2,500 3,000 3,100 3,200 Weight ton 15 26 39 56 77
Approximate weights
(excluding driven equipment) 6,000 7,100 8,400 10,500 30,000 38,000 45,000 Output kW 15 22 37 45 75
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Propellers

MAP MAP Mark-W Propeller Available for


Retrofitting

The MAP (Mitsubishi Advanced The MAP Mark-W propeller delivers even more efficiency while
Propeller) meets the need for energy maintaining cavitation performance. When designing propellers, not only
saving propellers that perfectly fit is higher efficiency important, but having lower propeller-induced
ships. We design the most suitable vibratory forces is also key. MAP Mark-W propellers employ cutting-edge
propeller blade for each ship, tailored fluid technology and can be used in any type of ship. The MAP Mark-W
to each customer's specification, is ideal for retrofitting and improves propeller efficiency and fuel
using extensive technical know-how consumption, leading to lower
and in-depth experience in operating costs and a lower
MAP Mark-W Propeller
shipbuilding. environmental impact.
Features We are able to manufacture this
 Economical
propeller at a scale of up to 12
meters in diameter and 100
High propulsion efficiency

 Highly
tonnes in weight. MAP MAP Mark-W
reliable
 Maintains excellent propeller strength
S :Solution for slow steaming
 Excellent cavitation performance with streamlined tips and

reduced blade area


 Compact design
Development Concept
 Lower propeller mass and moment of inertia
Economic Efficiency
Improving propeller efficiency negatively impacts the cavitation performance.
However, with the Mark-W propeller, the modified shape of the blade tips enables
improved propeller efficiency without sacrificing the cavitation margin. At the same
Propeller Program time, fuel efficiency is enhanced by approximately 2% compared with conventional
Propellers

Propellers
 Full range cover according to engine output. MAP propellers. Furthermore, the propeller weight and moment of inertia have
 Manufactured propeller for various kinds of vessels.
been reduced by 3%.
120000
Used in Combination with Slow Steaming
Designed to suit slow steaming requirements, the Mark-W can improve fuel
Over 10,000TEU efficiency by between 3% and 6% (when designed for 70-85% MCR conditions).
C/V Taking the following MCR conditions as an example for a 6,300TEU containership
installed with a MAP propeller, fuel consumption can be decreased as follows (Fig.
Over-Panamax 1) with the installation of a Mark-W propeller: (Case 1) 100% MCR = 3.0%, (Case 2)
C/V Engine Output
40000 85% MCR = 4.0%, and (Case 3) 70% MCR = 5.0%. The amount of fuel saved in
these cases are shown in Fig. 2. By designing a propeller that matches the actual
VLCC operational needs of a customer, it is possible, for example, to achieve fuel savings
Engine Output (kW)

VLOC of between $300,000 and $500,000 per year when operating at 50% engine load.
Capesize BC Calculation condition
(US$ / year) Operating time : 6000Hr/Year (utilization rates 68%)
Panamax BC
PCTC Price of fuel oil : 350 $/ton
TK 6.0% 700,000
The amount of effeciency increase

5.0% 600,000 Case-1 2.3%UP


Handymax 4.0% 500,000 Case-2 3.7%UP
BC 400,000 Case-3 5.1%UP
3.0%
300,000
Handy BC 2.0%
200,000
4000 1.0% 100,000
50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 210 220 230 0.0% 0
100%MCR 85%MCR 70%MCR 20% 30% 40% 50% 60%
Engine Speed (rpm) MAP Mark-W Design condition Engine Load (%MCR)
Curver Range Fig. 1 Fuel saving efficiency in each design condition Fig. 2 Evaluation of economics
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Steering Gear
SFC types SFT and DFT types
Torque at Torque at
Our electro-hydraulic steering gear has a simple, compact design and maximum
Motor
maximum
Motor
employs an extremely responsive hydraulic system, with high reliability Output Output
Type working oil x number Type working oil x number
and durability fitling to a wide range of vessels, including commercial pressure pressure
ships, naval ships and specialized ships. kN-m kw kN-m kw
SFC-30 314 11 x 2 706 22 x 2
SFT-80
SFC-40 441 15 x 2 844 25 x 2
SFC-50 520 15 x 2 1,030 30 x 2
SFT-125
SFC-60 618 18.5 x 2 1,196 37 x 2
706 22 x 2 1,402 45 x 2
SFC-80 SFT-170
844 25 x 2 1,726 50 x 2
726 22 x 2
DFT-80
SF and DF types 892 25 x 2
1,030 30 x 2
Torque at
Motor DFT-125
maximum 1,236 37 x 2
Features Output
Type working oil x number 1,373 45 x 2
 Highly reliable and durable pressure DFT-170
 Employ a Rapson slide type actuator and streamlined pump
1,687 50 x 2
kN-m kw
 Excellent reliability due to hydraulic locking alarm DFT-200 2,030 55 x 2
 Excellent response
706 22 x 2
SF-80 DFT-250 2,393 75 x 2
 Simple and compact design 844 25 x 2
DFT-300 2,854 80 x 2
 Hydraulic pump attached to oil tank on cylinder 1,030 30 x 2
SF-125 DFT-335 3,442 90 x 2
 Pipeless configuration
1,196 37 x 2
 Easy operation DFT-400 3,923 110 x 2
Steering Gears

Steering Gears
1,402 45 x 2
 Can be operated both manually and remotely SF-170 DFT-475 4,756 160 x 2
 Safe
1,726 47 x 2
DFT-530 5,394 160 x 2
 Dual control system 726 22 x 2
DF-80 DFT-600 6,031 90 x 3
 Higher safety through an automatic isolating control system 892 25 x 2
DFT-670 6,721 100 x 3
1,030 30 x 2
DF-125 DFT-760 7,532 110 x 3
1,236 37 x 2
DFT-870 8,552 125 x 3
1,373 45 x 2
TORQUE DF-170 9,150 132 x 3
ACTUATOR TYPE CONTROL METHODS TYPE (kN-m) 1,687 50 x 2 DFT-1000
9,807 150 x 3
DF-200 2,030 55 x 2
Rapson Slide Type
Fork Type
Single Loop Solenoid
SFC 314 to 844 DFT-1150 11,307 160 x 3
S:1 RAM, 2 CYLINDER Control Control Valve:C DF-250 2,393 75 x 2
D:2 RAM, 4 CYLINDER
DF-300 2,854 80 x 2
SFT 706 to 1,726
Torquue Motor:T
DFT 726 to 11,307 DF-335 3,442 90 x 2
DF-400 3,923 110 x 2
Double Loop Compact Type SF 706 to 1,726
Control
Remote Control
Receiver DF 726 to 5,394 DF-475 4,756 160 x 2
DF-530 5,394 160 x 2
77 78
Deck Cranes

MHI-MS deck cranes utilize recognized technologies to ensure fast and


accurate cargo handling, helping our customers achieve cost-effective Standard crane
marine operations. Working Electric motor

Hoisting load

Winding height

Luffing time

Slewing speed

Total weight
Hoisting Lowering
radius for pump unit (kW)
Features

Intermittent
Type

Max.

Mim.
Load (t) Load (t)

Cont.
 Highly reliable and safe Speed Speed
 Braking system uses both mechanical and hydraulic blocking (t) (m) (m) (m) (m/min.) (m/min.) (sec.) (sec.) (t)
 Simple, intuitive mechanical link control system
3020 20 4 41 0.75 34
 Good stability due to sheaves in the center of the jib 30/12/5 30/12/5 240
3022 22 4 41 0.75 105 35
 Fast and efficient 18.5/37/63 63 ED 15%
3024 24 4.5 48 0.7 36
 Lowering speed is kept at highest speed at any load. 30 35
3026 26 4.5 * * 49 0.6 * * 40
 Easy maintenance 30/12/5 30/12/5 320
3028 28 5 25/50/63 63 50 0.55 132 ED 15% 45
 Simple hydraulic system

 The main equipment is found in a low accessible position of the


3030 30 5 52 0.5 48
crane’s body 3620 20 4 43 0.7 40
 Sheaves can be replaced easily due to separate bearing housing
36/14/5 36/14/5 240
3622 22 4 48 0.65 105 41
16/32/55 55 ED 15%
 Easy access 24 4.5 51 0.6 43
3624
 Access design complies with AMSA regulation.
36 35
3626 26 4.5 * * 54 0.6 * * 45
36/14/5 36/14/5 320
3628 28 5 22/44/55 55 55 0.55 132 ED 15% 47
3630 30 5 58 0.5 50
4020 20 4 56 0.65 45
40/16/5 40/16/5 240
4022 22 4 59 0.6 105 46
12.5/25/42 42 ED 15%
4024 24 4.5 63 0.55 48
40 35
4026 26 4.5 * * 67 0.5 * * 51
40/16/5 40/16/5 320
Deck Cranes

Deck Cranes
4028 28 5 18.5/37/42 42 72 0.45 132 ED 15% 53
4030 30 5 80 0.4 56
* : High speed type (Optional item)

Heavy duty crane


Working Electric motor
Hoisting load

Winding height

Luffing time

Slewing speed

Total weight
Hoisting Lowering
radius for pump unit (kW)
Type

Intermittent
Max.

Mim.
Load (t) Load (t)

Cont.
Speed Speed
(t) (m) (m) (m) (m/min.) (m/min.) (sec.) (sec.) (t)
MHD5028 28 5 95 0.4 69
50/20/5 50/20/5 320
MHD5030 50 30 5 35 15/30/38 38 100 0.35 132 ED 15% 71
MHD5032 32 5 110 0.35 73
MHD10028 28 6 100/40 100/40 135 0.2 320 X 2 115
100 35 132X 2
Standard Crane(30t) Heavy duty Crane(100t) MHD10030 30 6 10/20 20 145 0.2 ED 15% 120
79 80
Deck Machinery
Windlass
Chain drum Hawser drum (1st layer)
MHI-MS has been delivering hydraulic deck machinery to satisfied

Chain dia.

load
Working

load
Actual

load
Holding

speed
Nominal

load
Rated

speed
Nominal
customers for more than half a century. MHI-MS provide a wide range Type
of windlasses, winches and pumps that are highly reliable, durable, and
high performing, making marine operations both faster and safer. mm kN kN kN m/min. kN m/min.
HL-060-3-100 60 171 163 1,250 9 100 15
Features HL-062-3-100 62 183 175 1,330 9 100 15
 High Reliability HL-064-3-100 64 195 186 1,410 9 100 15
 Reliable hydraulic technology based on many delivery record
HL-066-3-100 66 207 198 1,490 9 100 15
since 1962
HL-068-3-100 68 220 211 1,580 9 100 15
 High Efficiency
 High performance hydraulic equipment
HL-070-3-125 70 233 224 1,670 9 125 15
 Compact design due to high pressure hydraulic system HL-073-3-125 73 253 238 1,800 9 125 15
 Advanced adaptable design (two hydraulic systems) HL-076-3-160 76 274 257 1,940 9 160 15
 Central circuit : HL-078-3-160 78 289 281 2,030 9 160 15
The equipment is connected to the branched line from main line. HL-081-3-160 81 312 299 2,170 9 160 15
Lay out design for winch and other equipment (Ex. Hatch HL-084-3-160 84 335 319 2,330 9 160 15
cover etc.) is very easy
 Series circuit : HL-087-3-160 87 360 346 2,480 9 160 15
Each equipment is connected in series HL-090-3-200 90 385 367 2,630 9 200 15
Proven hydraulic system (since 1962) HL-092-3-200 92 402 384 2,740 9 200 15
HL-095-3-200 95 429 404 2,900 9 200 15
HL-097-3-200 97 447 435 3,020 9 200 15
HL-100-3-200 100 475 455 3,180 9 200 15
HL-102-3-200 102 494 477 3,300 9 200 15
HL-107-3-250 107 544 520 3,590 9 250 15
HL-111-3-250 111 585 550 3,820 9 250 15
HL-114-3-250 114 617 587 4,010 9 250 15
Deck Machinery

Deck Machinery
HL-117-3-250 117 650 622 4,190 9 250 15

Mooring Winch
Windlass
Hawser drum (1st layer)

load
Rated

load
Holding

speed
Light-line

dia.
Hawser
speed
Nominal

dia.
Drum
Type

kN kN m/min. m/min. mm mm
HM100 100 260 15 48 65 410
HM120 125 350 15 48 70 420
HM160 160 470 15 48 70 460
HM200 200 590 15 48 75 460
Mooring winch HM250 250 730 15 48 75 460
81 82
Offshore

Marine Boilers and


Steam Turbine Generators
for FPSO/FSO/FSRU/FLNG
MHI-MME's original marine boilers and steam turbine generators for
offshore systems can be supplied as an assembled unit.
This combination of equipment is ideal for achieving the best possible
heat efficiency. Steam turbine Marine Boiler

1.6MPa Class Boiler with Saturated Steam Temperature


Features
Type
MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC- MAC-
 Compact design 40BF 50BF 60BF 70BF 80BF 90BF 100BF
 Easy installation
Maximum
 Supplied as module unit
evaporation kg/h 40,000 50,000 60,000 70,000 80,000 90,000 100,000
 Easy operation
Steam
 Full remote automation pressure MPa 1.6 (up to 2.8)
 Cost effective Steam °C Saturated temperature to 280*
 Improved plant efficiency
temperature
 High reliability, safety, and availability
* : Superheater is available as option
 Proven design based on marine and land technology
6MPa Class Large Size Marine Boiler with Superheated Steam Temperature

Type MBF-120 MBF-160 MBF-220


Selection of Turbine Frames Maximum
evaporation kg/h 120,000 160,000 220,000
CONDENSING TYPE Steam
MPa 6.0
Main Steam:12.3 MPa x 540°C max. pressure
Offshore

Offshore
Exhaust Vacuum722 mm Hgvac max. Steam °C Up to 515
AT 34 B / C
temperature
Type of Turbine

6MPa Class Medium Size Marine Boiler with Superheated Steam Temperature
Turbine Speed Range ×103 rpm

Base Diameter of Rotor


15 (34cm)
AT34C
Back Pressure Type
AT42C
10 Condensing Type Type MB-1E MB-2E MB-3E MB-4E-NS MB-4E MB-4E-KS
AT52C
AT64C AT76C AT92C
5 AT100 / AT112C / 128C Maximum
evaporation kg/h 36,000 45,000 55,000 60,000 65,000 70,000
Steam
pressure MPa 6.0
5 10 15 20 25 30-45
Steam °C Up to 515
Output (MW) temperature
83 84
Products
Products of MHI of MHI

Cargo Oil Pumps and Turbines Marine High Speed Engines


MHI's cargo oil pumps and turbines utilize recognized MHI Resilient and robust design which takes every possible
technologies to enable oil cargo to be loaded and unloaded from operating condition into consideration. The auxiliary equipment
tankers reliably and efficiently. incorporates an automatic lubrication system and a gear driven
system which require no maintenance. Mandatory maintenance
has been centralized in order to minimize burden on the user.
All Mitsubishi engines offer exceptionally
high-power-and-torque on all speed ranges.

Cargo oil pump Cargo oil pump turbine

SR Series SA Series

Water-Jet Propulsion Unit


MHI's water-jet propulsion units
are reliable, durable, and deliver
excellent acceleration and
maneuverability.
Products of MHI

Products of MHI
Water-jet propulsion unit

Contacts Contacts
Hydranlic & Energy Bussiness Group Marine Engine Section Engine Sales Department,
Business Division, Energy & Environment Engine Division Machinery, Equipment & Infrastructure
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
2-1-1 Shinhama Arai-cho, Takasago, Hyogo, 676-8686, Japan 3000 TANA CHUO-KU, SAGAMIHARA, KANAGAWA 252-5293 JAPAN
Tel: +81-79-445-9571 FAX: +81-79-445-9935 Tel: +81-42-763-7854 FAX:+81-42-761-1994
http://www.mhi-global.com/index.html E-mail: GMMP0TB10K02@mhi.co.jp

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Los Angeles Branch

Base of MHI-MME offices


Singapore Branch Licensees
Authorized Repair Agents (ARA)

Busan Branch

Business Development
(Tokyo)

London Branch

Marine Engine
Division (Kobe)
MHI (Shimonoseki)
Marine Machinery
Division (Nagasaki)

Shanghai Branch

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Contacts of MHI-MME
Inquiries Overseas

London Branch
URL http://www.mhi-mme.com/contact/form.php
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Europe, Ltd. (MHIE)
4th Floor International Buildings, 71Kingsway, London,
WC2B 6ST, United Kingdom
TEL +44-20-7421-6287
FAX +44-20-7421-6201
URL http://www.mhie.com
Headquarters
Shanghai Branch
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery & Engine Co., Ltd. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. (MHISH)
1-1, Akunoura-Machi, Nagasaki, 850-8610, Japan 26th Floor, Hang Seng Bank Tower, 1000 Lujiazui Ring Road,
Pudong New Area, Shanghai 20120, China
TEL +81-95-828-6970
TEL +86-21-6841-3030
FAX +81-95-828-6633 FAX +86-21-6041-5222
URL http://www.mhi-mme.com/ URL http://www.mhi.com.cn

Singapore Branch
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. (MHI-AP)
150 Beach Road, No. 29-00 Gateway West, Singapore 189720
TEL +65-6305-5461
FAX +65-6396-5871
URL http://www.mhiap.com.
Product Purchase
Busan Branch
Business Department MHI Korea, Ltd. (Busan office) (MHIK)
Contacts of MHI-MME

Contacts of MHI-MME
16-5,Konan 2-Chome, Minato-Ku, Tokyo 108-0075, Japan 17th, Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance Bldg,184
Jungang-Daero, Dong-Gu, Busan, 601-728, Korea
TEL +81-3-6716-5331 +82-51-442-5901
TEL
FAX +81-3-6716-5325 FAX +82-51-469-0805
URL http//www.mhik.com/

Los Angeles Branch


Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, inc. (MHIA)
100 Bayview Circle, Suite 340, Newport Beach, CA 92660 USA
TEL +1-949-856-8515
FAX +1-949-856-4469
URL http://www.mitsubishitoday.com
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After-Sales Services
Marine Engines (UE Engines and Mitsubishi-Wärtsilä Diesel Engines) Marine Machinery
Europe, North America and South America Spare parts and service engineers
Spare parts and service engineers, MHI Marine Engineering Ltd.
and technical inquiries Tamachi Center Building 34-7 Shiba 5-Chome Minato-ku,
Tokyo 108-0014, Japan
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Europe, Ltd. (MHIE) Tel :+81-3-3798-5941 Fax :+81-3-3798-5943
4th Floor International Buildings, 71 Kingsway, London,
E-mail : QP131004@mhi.co.jp
WC2B 6ST, United Kingdom
URL : http://www.mhi.co.jp/mhi-me/en/
Tel :+44-20-7421-6287 Fax :+44-20-7421-6201
URL : http://www.mhie.com

Southeast Asia Deck Cranes and Deck Machinery


Spare parts and service engineers, Japan
and technical inquiries
Spare parts and service engineers
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd. (MHI-AP)
150 Beach Road, #29-00 Gateway West, Singapore 189720 Samayu Co., Ltd.
Tel :+65-6305-5461 Fax :+65-6396-5871 4-31 Ohgi-machi Chofu, Shimonoseki, Japan 752-0927
URL : http://www.mhiap.com Tel :+81-83-248-3411 Fax :+81-83-248-2771
E-mail : Business@samayu.co.jp
URL : http://www.samayu.co.jp/english/index.html
China
Spare parts and service engineers,
and technical inquiries Other Countries

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. (MHISH) Spare parts and service engineers
26th Floor, Hang Seng Bank Tower, 1000 Lujiazui Ring Road, MHI Marine Engineering Ltd.
Pudong New Area, Shanghai, 200120, China Tamachi Center Building 34-7 Shiba 5-Chome Minato-ku,
Tel :+86-21-6841-3030 Fax :+86-21-6041-5222 Tokyo 108-0014, Japan
URL : http://www.mhi.com.cn/ Tel :+81-3-3798-5941 Fax :+81-3-3798-5943
E-mail : QP131004@mhi.co.jp
Japan and Other Countries URL : http://www.mhi.co.jp/mhi-me/en/
After-Sales Services

After-Sales Services
Spare parts and service engineers
Marine Engine Department
Service Business Section
Tel :+81-78-672-3678 Fax :+81-78-651-4166
E-mail : dsales@mhi-mme.com

Technical inquiries
Marine Engine Department
Service Engineering Section
Tel :+81-78-672-4083 Fax :+81-78-651-4166
E-mail : dserv-eng@mhi-mme.com
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Sales Partners
Germany : Free Ocean Consult
Asia

Service Partners China


IMCS Marine (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. SG

WHRS WHRS B Bolier AT AT-type Turbine Suzhou Harris Pye Equipment Repair Co., Ltd B

SG Steering Gear FS Fin Stabilizer MET MET Turbocharger Japan


Harris Pye Japan Co., Ltd. B
Europe Samayu Co., Ltd. SG
Denmark Shinsei Kogyo. Co., ltd. SG

Turbo Marine Consult Aps MET WHRS Tokyo Keiki Inc. FS

Hariis Pye Scandinavia B


South Korea
Italy Jonghap Maritime Engineering Inc. MET WHRS

SAMOS s.r.l. FS
Singapore
Netherlands AC Marine Pte Ltd. MET WHRS AT

Fuji Trading (Marine) B.V. SG Daikai Engineering Pte Ltd. SG

IHI Marine B.V. SG Harris Pye Singapore Pte Ltd. B


Shinsei Engineering Pte Ltd. AT SG
Turkey
Samayu Co.,Ltd. SG
GTS Turbo Diesel Service Ltd. WHRS
Viking Engineering Pte Ltd. WHRS
IHI MARINE B.V SG

Portugal North America


Hariis Pye B
Canada
United Kingdom Rolls Royce Canada WHRS

Harris Pye Marine Ltd. B


United States of America
Naiad Dynamics UK Ltd. FS
Rolls Royce Commercial Marine Inc. WHRS
Fuji Trading (America) Inc. SG
Middle East
Far East Marine Service Inc. SG
Service Partners

Service Partners
Qatar
Harris Pye Gulf (L.L.C.) B South America
Brazil
Harris Pye B

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Licensees
China Kobe Diesel Co., Ltd. (Head Office) For Engines
Changzhou Zhonghai Marine Propeller Co., Ltd. For Propeller 1, Minamifutami, Futami-cho, Akashi-city, Hyogo 674-0093, Japan
Jiangsu Changzhou Wujin District Industrial Park No. 38, China Tel:+81-78-949-0800 Fax:+81-78-949-0810
Tel:+86-519-88708276 Fax: +86-519-88703698
Kobe Diesel Co., Ltd. (Tokyo Branch)
Jiangsu Masada Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. For Steering Gear 4th Floor Choyu Landic Bldg., 1-11, Shinbashi 3-chome, minato-ku,
No.118, Huanghai road, Gangzha Development Area, Tokyo 105-0004, Japan
For Deck Cranes *
Nantong, Jiangsu, China Tel:+81-3-3504-5031 Fax:+81-3-3504-5036
For Deck Machinery*
Steering Gear: Tel:+86-513-8530-6818 Fax:+86-513-8530-6811
Deck Cranes: Tel:+86-513-8530-6822 Fax:+86-513-8530-6811
Deck Machinery: Tel:+86-513-8530-6822 Fax:+86-513-8530-6811 South Korea
Jiujiang Haitian Equipment Manufacture Co., Ltd. For Auxiliary Boilers Doosan Engine Co., Ltd. For Turbochargers
No. 79 Jiurui Avenue Jiujiang, Jiangxi, China 18, Gongdan-ro 21beon-gil, Seongsan-gu, Changwon-si,
Tel:+86-792-836-9097 Fax:+86-792-837-8491 Gyeongsangnam-do, 642-370, South Korea
Tel:+82-55-260-6000 Fax:+82-55-283-2233
Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Jieneng (Qingdao) Steam Turbine Co., Ltd. For Generator Turbines
No. 409-410, Zhong Shang Guo Ji Bldg. Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. For Engines
No.8, Quanling, Road Laodhan District, Qingdao Shandong, 266001, China 1000 Bangeojinsunhwan-doro, Dong-gu, Ulsan, For Turbochargers
Tel:+86-532-5573-0815 682-792, South Korea
UE engines: Tel:+82-52-202-7427 Fax:+82-52-202-7281
Qingdaohaixi Marine Diesel Co., Ltd. For Engines
Turbochargers: Tel:+82-52-202-2114 Fax:+82-52-202-2347
501 Li Jiang East Road, Economic and Technological Development Zone,
Qingdao, 266520, China SPP Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. For Deck Cranes *
Tel:+86-532-8670-8080 Fax: +86-532-8670-8080 Ext.788 1166-94 Moogi-Gun, Gyeongnam, South Korea
Tel:+82-2-2112-8300 Fax:+82-2-2112-8302
Yichang Marine Diesel Engine Co., Ltd. For Engines
93 Xilling 2 Road, Yichang, Hubei, 443002, China STX Heavy industries Co., Ltd. For Turbochargers
Tel:+86-717-646-8776 Fax:+86-717-646-9152 381, Nammyeon-ro, Seongsan-gu, Changwon-si,
Gyeongsangnam-do,642-050, South Korea
Zhejiang Yungpu Heavy Machinery Co., Ltd. For Engines Tel:+82-55-280-0727 Fax:+82-55-282-1938
No. 47, Baizhang East Road, Ningbo, Zhejiang, 315040, China
Tel:+86-574-8775-6108 Fax:+86-574-8775-6578 Yoowon Industries Ltd. For Steering Gear *
23, Eulsukdo-daero 677 beon-gil, Saha-gu, Busan, Korea
Tel:+82-51-205-8541 Fax:+82-51-205-8540
Japan
Akasaka Diesels Limited (Head Office) For Engines
14th fl., South Tower, Yurakucho Denki Bldg., 1-7-1, Yurakucho, Vietnam
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0006, Japan Bach Dang Diesel Engine Manufacturing Co., Ltd. For Engines
Tel:+81-3-6860-9081 Fax:+81-3-6860-9083 No.3 Phan Dinh Phung Str., Hong Bang District, Hai Phong, Vietnam
Tel:+84-31-842-769 Fax:+84-31-842-282
Akasaka Diesels Limited (Yaizu Factory)
670-6 Yanagiaraya, Yaizu-city, Shizuoka 425-0074, Japan Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (SBIC) For Engines
Tel:+81-54-685-6080 Fax:+81-54-685-6079 172 Ngoc Khanh Str., Ba Dinh Dist., Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel:+84-4-7711-212 Fax:+84-4-7711-535

* : Licensee of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Mechatronics Systems, Ltd.


Licensees

Licensees
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Mitsubishi UE & MET


Authorized Repair Agents (ARA)
Tru-Marine Rotterdam B.V. MET
Nieuwe Waterwegstraat 17, 3115 HE Schiedam Port No. 534,
As of Sep. 2016 Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Tel:+31-10-426-7383 Fax:+31-10-473-3050
Europe Poland
Belgium PPUH Nauta Turbo Sp.z O.O. MET
MAN Diesel Benelux B.V. MET Waszyngtona 1 Str. 81-342 Gdynia, Poland
Tel:+48-58-661-24-39 Fax:+48-58-661-44-38
Noorderlaan 181, 2030 Antwerp, Belgium
Tel:+32-3543-8500 Fax:+32-3541-7508 Turbo Poland Ltd. MET
Denmark Ul. Na Ostrowiu 1, 80-958 Gdansk, Poland
Tel:+48-58-307-24-20 Fax:+48-58-307-24-20
PJ Diesel Engineering A/S MET
Skudehavnsvej 14 DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark Spain
Tel:+45-39 29 15 53 Fax:+45-39 27 10 54 MAN Diesel & Turbo España S.A.U. Primeserv Valencia MET
Germany Louis Pasteur 11 Nave 2 46980 Paterna, Valencia, Spain
Tel:+34-96-3415626 Fax:+34-96-3421727
Nippon Diesel Service GmbH MET
Hermann-Blohm-Str. 1, D-20457 Hamburg, Germany
Talleres Sanper, S.L. MET
Tel:+49-40-317-71-00 Fax:+49-40-31-15-98
C/Pinillos Izquierdo S/N° 35008, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria,
Scan-Turbo-Handels-und Service GmbH MET Gran Canaria (Canary Islands) Spain
Kleiner Westring 15, 27572 Bremerhaven, Germany Tel:+34-928327072 Fax:+34-928327081
Tel:+49-471-9691-650 Fax:+49-471-9691-6520
Turbo Cadiz S.r.l. MET
Turbo-Technik GmbH & Co. KG MET Pol igono Industrial Pelagatos c/del Progreso, Percela 17A-20A
Hannoversche Str. 11, D-26384 Wilhelmshaven, Germany ES 11130 Chiclana de la Frontera (Cadiz), Spain
Tel:+49-4421-3078-0 Fax:+49-4421-305086 Tel:+34-956-407 949~50 Fax:+34-956 407 951
Greece Turkey
Metlockast Hellas L.T.D. UE GTS Turbo Diesel Service Ltd. MET
Schisto Industrial Park, Section 3, Perama 18863 Piraeus, Greece Organize Deri Sanayii Bölgesi, 12. Yol L1/6 Parsel 34944 Tuzla, Istanbul, Turkey
Tel:+30-210-4015615-18 Fax:+30-210-4015616 Tel:+90-216-591-0723 Fax:+90-216-519-0727

S.R.H. Marine Electronics S.A. MET Master Makina Ltd. UE MET


17-19 Gravias Str. 18545 Piraeus, Greece Organize Deri Yan San. Bölgesi 19. Parsel No. 20 Tuzla, Istanbul, Turkey
Tel:+30-210-4110260 Fax:+30-210-4177784 Tel:+90-216-591-0370 Fax:+90-216-591-0373

Turbotechniki Ltd. MET


United Kingdom
2 llias & Tripoleos Str. 188-63 Perama, Piraeus, Greece Marine Turbo Engineering Ltd. MET
Tel:+30-210-4010111, 4010001 Fax:+30-210-4009290 Abbey House, Abbey Street, Priory Trading Estate, Birkenhead CH41 5JU, U.K.
Italy Tel:+44-151-647-8141 Fax:+44-151-666-2143

La Meccanica Turbo Diesel S.r.l. UE MET PowerFal Limited MET


Authorized Repair Agents (ARA)

Authorized Repair Agents (ARA)


Calata Gadda 16128 Genova, Italy Unit 9, Kernick Industrial Estate, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9EP, U.K.
Tel:+39-010-246-1111 Fax:+39-010-246-1144 Tel:+44-1326-377160 Fax:+44-1326-377161
Netherlands TSI Turbo Service International Ltd. MET
190 Commercial Road, Totton, Southamption, SO40 3AA, U.K.
Fuji Trading (Marine) B.V. UE MET
Tel:+44-23-8086-1000 Fax:+44-23-8086-3000
Kortenoord 2-8, 3087 AR Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Tel:+31-10-429-8833 Fax:+31-10-429-5227

Goltens Rotterdam B.V. UE


Lorentzweg 29 3208 LJ Spijkenisse, the Netherlands
Tel:+31-181-465100 Fax:+31-181-465109

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Africa
South Africa COSCO Shipyard Engineering Service (Dalian) Co., Ltd. MET
Majestic Engineering C.C. MET No. 37 Dong Bei Road, E.T.D.Z. District, Dalian, 116600, China
186 Evans Road, Glenwood Durban 4001, South Africa Tel:+86-411-3922-6509 Fax:+96-411-3922-6300
Tel:+27-31-205-1041 Fax:+27-31-205-0417
DMl (Nantong) Ltd. UE
No. 368 Tiansheng Road, Nantong, Jiangsu, 226003, China UE
Middle East Tel:+86-513-8350-8014 Fax:+86-513-8352-7122
Qatar Fischer Engineering Co., Ltd. UE MET
MAN Diesel & Turbo Qatar Navigation LLC MET No. 1 Dadong Road, Chongming, Shanghai, 202155, China
PO Box 153, Qatar Navigation, Ein Khalid Commercial Building, Doha, Qatar Tel:+86-21-5969-8104 Fax:+86-21-5969-8102
Tel:+974-4015-9150 Fax:+974 4015 9152
Goltens Shanghai Co., Ltd. UE
United Arab Emirates Block No. 5, No. 533 Yuanzhong Road, Nanhui Industrial Zone, UE
Albwardy Marine Engineering LLC UE MET Nanhui District, Shanghai 201300, China
AL JADAF P.O. Box 6515, Dubai, U.A.E. Tel:+86-21-5818-6628 Fax:+86-21-5818-6633
Tel:+971-4-3241001 Fax:+971-4-324-1005
K & C Global Ltd. MET
Diesel Marine International Dubai LLC UE Block M, Yiu Lian Dockyards, No. 1-7, Sai Tso Wan Road,
P.O. Box 8807, Dubai, U.A.E. Tsing Yi Island, Hong Kong
Tel:+971-4-339-2219 Fax:+971-4-339-1952 Tel:+852-2435-7880 Fax:+852-2432-1001
UE
Goltens Co. Ltd. Dubai Branch UE Kemklen Technical Services Ltd. MET
P.O. Box 2811, Dubai, U.A.E. Shop 8, G/F., Block B, Vigor Ind. Building, 14-20 Cheung Tat Road,
Tel:+971-4-324-1642 Fax:+971-4-324-1019 Tsing Yi, N.T., Hong Kong
Tel:+852-2861-2812 Fax:+852-2861-1168
Gulf Turbo Repair & Service FZC MET
P.O. Box 9148, A4-72, SAIF Zone, Sharjah, U.A.E. Shanghai Henry Marine Service Co.,Ltd UE
Tel:+971-6-557-3134 Fax:+971-6-557-3135 No. 150, Donggao Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, China
MAN Diesel & Turbo Middle East LLC Tel:+86-21-50280848 Fax:+86-21-50280859
MET
P.O. Box 57091 Dubai, U.A.E. Shanghai Mazar Technology Co., Ltd. MET
Tel:+971-4-345-4045 Fax:+971-4-345-4048 Room 806, No. 2005 Lane, Huang Xing Road, Shanghai, China
Nico International U.A.E. Tel:+86-21-5506-1663 Fax:+86-21-5509-7869
UE MET UE
P.O. Box 12068, Dubai, U.A.E. Tru-Marine Cosco (Tianjin) Engineering Co., Ltd. MET
Tel:+971-4-3090100 Fax:+971-4-338-1832 No. 26 Lushan Road, Tanggu, Binhai New Area, Tianjin 300451, China
Tru-Marine Pte. Ltd. Sharjah Branch Tel:+86-22-2521-2086 Fax:+86-22-2521-2300
MET
No. 2, Industrial Area 17, Sharjah, U.A.E. Tru-Marine Machinery Engineering Guangzhou Co., Ltd. MET
Tel:+971-6-5349357 Fax:+971-6-5349356 No. 1168 Kangnam Road, Yunpu Industrial Park, Huangpu District
Wartsila GULF FZE P.C 510760, Guangzhou, China
MET
Tel:+86-20-8222-7678 Fax:+86-20-8222-7578
P.O. Box 61494, Dubai, U.A.E.
Tel:+971-4-8857-222 Fax:+971-4-8857-020 Tru-Marine Machinery Engineering Shanghai Co., Ltd. MET
Authorized Repair Agents (ARA)

Authorized Repair Agents (ARA)


No. 318 Cheng Yin Road, Baoshan Urban Industrial Park 444,
Asia Baoshan, Shanghai, P.C 200444, China
China Tel:+86-21-6520-4220 Fax:+86-21-6520-6639

Agile Engineering Ltd. MET Winkong Marine Engineering Co.,Ltd. UE


No. 107, Lane 459, Jing Ya Road, Pudong, Shanghai, 201201, China 17F, Shongxin Building, No.263 Liaoning Road, Qingdao, 266012, China
Tel:+86-21-58430786 Fax:+86-21-58430786 Tel:+86-532-83836759 Fax:+86-532-83801825

AZUMA Engineering (Shanghai) Co. Ltd. UE


No. 435, Dong Sheng Road, Pudong 201201, Shanghai, China
Tel:+86-21-50600220 Fax:+86-21-50600220
UE

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India
Daikai Engineering Pte. Ltd. UE MET
Dalwin Marine Turbo Engg. Pvt. Ltd. MET 128 Pioneer Road 639586, Singapore
R-307, MIDC, TTC Industrial Area, Rabale, Navi Mumbai-400701, India Tel:+65-6863-2856 Fax:+65-6863-2876
Tel:+91-22-2760-2239 Fax:+91-22-2760-2931
Goltens Singapore Pte. Ltd. UE
Ras Tek Pvt. Ltd. MET No. 6 A Benoi Road 629881, Singapore
R-53, T.T.C Industrial Area, Rabale, M.I.D.C, Navi Mumbai–400614, India. Tel:+65-68615220 Fax:+65-68611037
Tel:+91-22-2764-2021 Fax:+91-22-2764-2023
MAN Diesel & Turbo Singapore Pte. Ltd. MET
Indonesia 29 Tuas Avenue 2 639460, Singapore
P.T. Turbo Tech Indonesia MET Tel:+65-6349-1600 Fax:+65-6861-8590
J1. Greges Jaya 11/8-B A No.9-10, Polestar Marine Engineering Pte. Ltd. UE MET
RT001, RW001, Tambak Sarioso, Asemrowo, 3 Tuas Avenue 13, 638975, Singapore
Surabaya 60183, East Java, Indonesia Tel:+65-6863-0822 Fax:+65-6863-0688
Tel:+62-31-749-9055 Fax:+62-31-749-9056
Japan Spindle Giken(S) Pte. Ltd. UE
166 Tuas South Avenue 2 West Point Biz hub 637188, Singapore
Azuma Kako Co., Ltd. UE Tel:+65-6790-9895 Fax:+65-6790-7895
No. 4-2, 2-chome, Showajima, Ota-ku, Tokyo 143-0004, Japan
Tel:+81-3-3765-4811 Fax:+81-3-3765-8818 Tru-Marine Pte. Ltd. MET
35 Tuas Basin Link 638769, Singapore
Hakuyo Seiko Co., Ltd. UE Tel:+65-6861-8398 Fax:+65-6862-8396
1-17-5, Hamanaka, Hyogo-ku, Kobe, 652-0875, Japan
Tel:+81-78-651-3610 Fax:+81-78-651-3630 Turbo Exchange Service Pte. Ltd. MET
67P Tuas South Ave 1, Seatown Industrial Centre 637514, Singapore
Kobe Marine Engineering Co., Ltd. MET Tel:+65-6897-8297 Fax:+65-6897-8298
1-3-21, Kajiya-cho, Hyogo-ku, Kobe 652-0832, Japan
Tel:+81-78-681-7421 Fax:+81-78-681-7424 Turbo Solutions Pte. Ltd. MET
53 Tuas View Loop 637703, Singapore
Polestar Marine Engineering Co. Ltd. UE Tel:+65-6898-5169 Fax:+65-6898-9190
12-14, Takamatsu-cho, Hyogo-ku, Kobe 652-0874, Japan
Tel:+81-78-651-8784 Fax:+81-78-681-3692 South Korea
Jonghap Maritime Engineering Inc. MET
Shinsei Kogyo Co., Ltd. UE
188-38, Dongsam-Dong, Yongdo-ku, Pusan, 606-080, South Korea
1-10-7, Hamanaka-cho, Hyogo-ku, Kobe, 652-0875, Japan
Tel:+82-51-403-2381 Fax:+82-51-403-2409
Tel:+81-78-682-0529 Fax: +81-78-682-0579
Jonghap Polestar Engineering Co. Ltd. UE
Spindle Giken Co., Ltd. UE
#313, Mieumsandan-ro, Gangseo-gu, Busan, South Korea
6-13 Tokai-cho, Ibaraki, Osaka, 567-0016, Japan Tel:+82-51-403-5514~6 Fax:+82-51-403-5517
Tel:+81-72-640-0450 Fax:+81-72-640-0451
Taiwan
Taiyo Marine Engineering Co., Ltd. MET
Azuma Engineering Ltd. UE
2-98-7, Sengen-cho, Nishi-ku. Yokohama 220-0072, Japan
29 Hsing Yen Street, Hsiao-Kang District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Tel:+81-45-322-7001 Fax:+81-45-322-7000
Tel:+886-7-871-6901/3 Fax:+886-7-871-6957
Authorized Repair Agents (ARA)

Authorized Repair Agents (ARA)


Toei Engineering Co., Ltd. UE
Central Marine Engineering Co., Ltd. MET
1-6-8, Uchikawa, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan
No. 1, 19Lane, Fu-Dann RD., Keelung, Taiwan
Tel:+81-46-835-8861 Fax:+81-46-835-0696
Tel:+886-2-24258246 Fax:+886-2-24270581
Singapore
Jian King Enterprise Co., Ltd. MET
AC Marine Pte. Ltd. UE MET
No.10 Tai Tang Road, Shiao Kang, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
2 Bukit Batok St. 24 SkyTech Building #02-14 659480, Singapore
Tel:+886-7-8010367-9 Fax:+886-7-8030087
Tel:+65-6560-0801 Fax:+65-6560-0835
Shang Mao Engineering Ltd. MET
Azuma Engineering (S) Pte. Ltd. UE
5F-1 No. 363 Chung Hwa 2nd. San Min Dist., Kaohsiung, Taiwan
186 Gul Circle, Jurong 629631, Singapore
Tel:+886-7-321-9755 Fax:+886-7-321-9756
Tel:+65-6861-4677 Fax:+65-6861-5406

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Thailand United States of America
Tamura Engineering Kaisha, Ltd. UE Goltens Houston Inc. UE MET
161/71-72, Sanphawut Road, Bangna Bang, Bangkok 10260, Thailand 7214 Clinton Drive, Houston TX77020, U.S.A.
Tel:+66-2-745-7750 Fax:+66-2-745-7751 Tel:+1-305-576-4410 Fax:+1-305-790-3282

Unithai Shipyard and Engineering Ltd. MET Goltens Service Co., Inc. Miami UE
25 Alma Link Building, Soi Chidlom, Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, 2323 NE Miami Court, Miami, Florida 33137, U.S.A.
Bangkok 10330, Thailand Tel:+1-305-5764410 Fax:+1-305-5763827
Tel:+66-2-2548400 Fax: +66-2-2551155
Vietnam Motor-Services Hugo Stamp, Inc. UE MET
3190 SW 4th Ave., Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33315, U.S.A.
Orient Technical Marine Co., Ltd. MET Tel:+1-954-763-3660 Fax:+1-954-763-2872
No. A14, Tan Thuan Nam Company Project, Phu Thuan Street, Quarter 2,
Phu Thuan Ward, District 7, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Resource Power Group (Miami) MET
Tel:+84-8 3873-1905 Fax:+84-8 3873-1904 8375 NW 56th St, Doral Florida 33166, U.S.A.
Tel:+1-305-477-4242 Fax:+1-305-477-8101

Resource Power Group (Houston)


Oceania 901 West 13th, Street Deer Park, Texas 77536 U.S.A.
MET

Australia Tel:+1-281-241-1252 Fax:+1-281-241-1391


MTQ Engine Systems (Aust.) Pty Ltd. MET Turbo USA, Inc. MET
1018-1022 Canley Vale Load, Wetherill Park NSW 2164, Australia 2950 S.W. 2nd Ave. Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33315, U.S.A.
Tel:+61-2-8788-2555 Fax:+61-2-8788-2520 Tel:+1-954-767-8631 Fax:+1-954-767-9632
Rolls-Royce Marine Australia Pty. Ltd. UE MET United World Enterprise, Inc. MET
Unit 4, 344 Lorimer Street, Port Melbourne, VIC 3207, Australia 6310 Winfree Dr. Houston, Texas 77087, U.S.A.
Tel:+61-3-9644-4700 Fax:+61-3-9644-1777 Tel:+1-713-641-1715 Fax:+1-713-641-2717
New Zealand
NZ Marine Turbochargers Ltd. MET South America
136 Vanguard Street, Nelson 7010, New Zealand Argentina
Tel:+64-3-5466188 Fax:+64-3-5480974
Turbogen S.R.L. MET
Lugones 1851/55, RA-1430 Buenos Aires, Argentina
North America Tel:+54-11-4521-5667 Fax:+54-11-4521-8283
Canada Brazil
Dynamic Engineering, Inc. MET Metalock do Brasil Ltda. (Santos) UE MET
1270 Frances Street, Vancouver, BC, V6A 1Z5, Canada Rua Visconde do Rio Branco 20/26, 11013-030, Santos, SP, Brazil
Tel:+1-604-253-4427 Fax:+1-604-253-3553 Tel:+55-13-3226-4686 Fax: +55-13-3226-4080
Chile
Marine Tech Industries Ltd. UE MET
12628, 82nd Ave., Surrey, BC, V3W 3G1, Canada Turbodal S.A. MET
Tel:+1-604-507-0880 Fax:+1-604-507-0881 Baron de Juras Reales nr 5050, Conchali, Santiago, Chile
Authorized Repair Agents (ARA)

Authorized Repair Agents (ARA)


Tel:+56-2-2899-4000 Fax:+56-2-2899-4065

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