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    {Seawork} Common Rail System for Workboat Engines


    The D2676 6-cylinder engine (Courtesy of MAN)

    MAN Engines latest entry into the commercial vessel market represents the first application of common rail technology in the maritime industry. The D2676 is a 6-cylinder engine designed to handle medium to heavy loads. It was adapted from MAN’s truck engines.

    Modifications to comply with marine standards include a new turbocharger design with a water cooling cover and a titanium plate cooler. The D2676 meets EPA Tier 3 and IMO Tier II requirements.

    About the Author

    Samantha Fisk worked at RINA (The Royal Institution of Naval Architects) for 7 years and has now gone into freelance, working for European magazines.

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