Literature Available on New Ultra-Long-Stroke Diesel From M.A.N.-B&W

The first large engine in M.A.N.

B&W's new line of ultra-longstroke engines was successfully tested recently in Copenhagen.

New color illustrated literature describing this new engine in full detail is now available free of charge.

M.A.N.-B&W reports this new engine type for the marine market will offer a combination of the lowest fuel oil consumption and lowest rpm, and the optimum in economy for shipowners.

The engine's small installation measurements require a minimum of engine space, thus increasing cargo capacity.

The two-stroke engines were developed in Copenhagen and will be manufactured by B&W Diesel or by their worldwide network of licensees.

B&W Diesel's line of main engines for large ships cover a power range of 2,300 to 56,000 hp.

For complete literature on M.A.N.-B&W's full line of marine diesel engines including the new ultra-long stroke engines, Circle 18 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 14,  Nov 1984

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