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E70-TAG

E70-TAG

Overview

Our marine engines for auxiliary applications give you low cost of ownership, excellent fuel economy and competitive prices both for engine and parts. Auxiliary engines generate a vessel's on-board electricity, so they need to be quick to start and feature low noise and low emissions. For heavy duty requirements, such as powering a large fishing vessel's electrically driven net haul system, you really need the extra power that a dedicated auxiliary engine will give to you – rather than generating electricity from the propulsion engine.

E70TAG MARINE AUXILIARY ENGINE

Vertical inline 6 cylinder

7 litre

109-240 kW (@110%)

Designed to meet U.S. EPA Tier 3, IMO2, CNNR Stage 2 emissions standards

Based on 1206 range

Specifications

Units: 
Minimum Power
Maximum Power
Emissions EPA Tier 3, IMO II
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Benefits & Features

Durability

Gear-driven water pumps ensure maximum cooling efficiency. Inserted valve seats, oil spray cooled pistons and compact plate oil cooler give enhanced engine life.

Low cost of ownership

Competitive engine and parts pricing, 500 hour service intervals and low fuel consumption ensure our engines bring significant owner savings.

Low noise and low emissions

Our auxiliary marine engines give exceptionally low noise and are designed to meet a variety of emission standards.

  February 10, 2022

Specifications

Units: 
Power Rating
Minimum Power
Maximum Power
Maximum Torque
Rated Speed 1500-1800 rpm
Emission Standards
Emissions EPA Tier 3, IMO II
General
Bore
Stroke
Displacement
Aspiration Turbocharged air to water cooled
Rotation from Flywheel End Anti-clockwise
Number of Cylinders 6 inline
Combustion System Direct injection
Compression Ratio 16.5:1
Cycle 4 stroke
Total Lubricating Capacity
Cooling System Liquid
Total Coolant Capacity
Engine Dimensions*
Height
Wet Weight
Width
Length - Flywheel Housing
Dry Weight
Disclaimer
Note 1 Final dimensions dependent on selected options

Benefits & Features

Durability

Gear-driven water pumps ensure maximum cooling efficiency. Inserted valve seats, oil spray cooled pistons and compact plate oil cooler give enhanced engine life.

Low cost of ownership

Competitive engine and parts pricing, 500 hour service intervals and low fuel consumption ensure our engines bring significant owner savings.

Low noise and low emissions

Our auxiliary marine engines give exceptionally low noise and are designed to meet a variety of emission standards.

Reliable power

High compression ratios ensure rapid starting in all conditions. Engines suitable for operation in ambient temperatures up to 50°C and seawaters up to 38°C. Fuelled starting aids for temperatures down to -15°C.

Standard Equipment

  • Air inlet system
    • Air intake filter with removable element
    • CuNi 90 -10 charge air cooler
    • Fresh water cooled exhaust manifold
    • Water cooled turbo - suitable for gas tight applications
  • Control system
    • Full electronic control system
    • Engine harness with IP55 Customer connect for engine sensors and SAE J1939 CAN bus
    • Cold start aid, ECM controlled to -15°C (5°F)
  • Cooling system
    • 3 Cooling options - Heat exchanger, Keel or Radiator
    • Gear driven fresh and auxiliary water pumps
  • Flywheels and flywheel housing
    • SAE 2 flywheel housing
    • Twin pocket flywheel housing
  • Fuel system
    • Electronic high pressure common rail fuel system
    • Base mounted primary and secondary fuel filter with integrated drip tray
  • General
    • Crankcase ventilation system
    • Hydraulic tappets
    • Versatile base frame
  • Oil system
    • High inclination engine sump
    • Integral plate-type engine oil cooler

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