Engine series upgrade

A 16V 2000 M96 engine of Tognum

The new series 2000 M96 engines are said to be able to cover outputs up to 1,940 kW, at the same time fulfilling the IMO Tier II and EPA Tier III regulations using in-engine technology only. Meeting the IMO Tier III regulations will be possible with SCR (selective catalytic reduction) exhaust gas after treatment. Despite the lower exhaust emissions, a reduction in fuel consumption will still be achieved and the acceleration characteristics will also be enhanced. The new engines for pleasure craft compliant with EPA Tier III recreational regulations will be available from 2014. Launch of the IMO Tier III-conform units will take place at the beginning of 2016.

Tognum, provider of propulsion and power solutions, says it will further develop its MTU Series 2000 yacht engines to comply with US EPA Tier III recreational and IMO Tier III emissions regulations.

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