N e w Diesel Introduced By C u m m i n s E n g i n e - L i t e r a t u r e A v a i l a b le

Cummins Engine Company has introduced a new 16-cylinder marine diesel, the KTA-3067-M, that produces 1,250 bhp at 1,800 rpm during continuous-duty operation.

Complete free literature is now available on the new engine, which is the most powerful in the Cummins K series line of engines designed to produce high-power output in a lightweight package with high reliability and durability.

The fuel-efficient KTA-3067-M Cummins marine diesel has a 63 gallon per hour continuous rating.

The c o m p a c t , V-configuration engine is 120 inches long, 53 inches wide and 76 inches high.

It weighs 10,700 pounds with standard accessories, but without gear.

The new marine diesel is turbocharged and aftercooled, and has individual cylinder heads for easier maintenance.

For literature containing complete information and specifications, write James Thacker, Cummins Engine Company, Inc., 1000 5th Street, Columbus, Ind. 47201.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 38,  May 1980

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