In keeping with the motto “reliable and efficient”, MAN developed the 12-cylinder V-engine, which was presented at the SMM 2014 in Hamburg, Germany. The German engine manufacturer has thus expanded the power range of its high-speed heavy-duty motors to 1,397 kW (1,900 hp).
The MAN D2862 engine fits seamlessly into the ideals of optimum efficiency and product quality. By adapting the turbocharger and valve timing, MAN has been able to increase the average pressure and increase the power rating. The new efficient MAN D2862 engine with increased power and a dry weight of 2380 kg provides an excellent power density for severe operating conditions.
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|Also called||D 2862|
|Cylinder block alloy||cast iron|
|Fuel system||direct injection|
|Number of cylinders||12|
|Piston stroke, mm||157|
|Cylinder bore, mm||128|
|Power output, hp||1900/2300|
|Torque output, Nm / rpm||5800/1200-2100
|Euro standards||Euro 5|
|Weight, kg||2380 (dry)|
The powerful MAN engine with a displacement of 24.24 liters, an inner diameter of a cylinder of 128 mm and a piston stroke of 157 mm develops a maximum torque of 6220 Nm at speeds from 1200 to 2100 rpm. The MAN D2862 is particularly efficient when considering costs over its entire life cycle: even with specific consumption at full load at maximum torque, the 12-cylinder engine has an outstanding minimum consumption of 192.3 g / kWh. In addition, it has 600 hour oil change intervals and an average overhaul interval of 18,000 operating hours. Individually mounted cylinder heads also offer ease of maintenance, making MAN’s solid power unit shine when it comes to profitability calculations.
1 – Polyline protective casing; 2 – Air filter; 3 — Coolant valve; 4 – Main fuse for voltage supply; 5 – Engine oil drain valve; 6 – Gearbox oil drain valves; 7 – Oil valve; 8 – Oil filter; 9 – Oil dipstick; 10 – Fuel filter; 11 – Marine water pump; 12 – EDC engine terminal box.