New WD 234 Is Notable Addition To Line Of Deutz MWM High Performance Boat Propulsion Units

The new WD 234 is another outstanding addition to the line of Deutz MWM high performance boat propulsion units.

The engine is a result of the cooperation between Deutz MWM and Wizemann Marine. The task of this cooperation is to have Detuz MWM basic engines matched by Wizemann at its marine center at Hochberg on the Neckar River (near Remseck) to the particular requirements of high performance boat applications.

All activities regarding sales and service backup worldwide for these engines are being undertaken by the Deutz MWM organization.

With a power output of 810 kw (1,100 hp), the 12-cylinder engine, introduced in summer 1988, is setting standards in terms of weight and installation volume. After the first engines were delivered to Starships Yachts Ltd., Malta, orders were secured for 10 engines destined for U.S. passenger boats.

The Deutz MWM range of high performance boat propulsion units comprises extremely compact, highand medium-speed diesel engines.

They meet the demands for low weight, small installation volume and smooth-running characteristics, as well as operating economy and environmental compatibility.

Four engine series are available to cover a power spectrum from 20 to 3,680 kw (27 to 5,005 hp).

For further information and free literature on the new Deutz MWM WD 234 engine, Circle 63 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 30,  May 1989

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