Minsk Motor Plant manufactures various internal combustion engines for buses, as well as industrial and agricultural machinery. The 6-cylinder diesel D-260 from MMZ was released in 1992 and was equipped with an in-line cast iron cylinder block with wet cast iron liners and oil nozzles for piston cooling.
Minsk Motor Plant was founded in 1960, and since 1963 it has been continuously producing diesel engines for various purposes. Diesel engines of MMZ are developed and created taking into account the most advanced technological achievements and standards in the industry. They are very well known to specialists and mechanics in all countries of the former Soviet Union due to their widespread availability, reliability and maintainability.
The D-243 engine is a four-stroke diesel engine with vertical, in-line cylinders and fuel injection directly into the cylinders. The base model is not turbocharged. The area of application of diesel engines is places with unlimited air exchange. Diesels are designed for operation at ambient temperatures from plus 40 C to minus 45 C.
MMZ D-240 refers to diesel 4-cylinder engines, the cylinder block is reinforced, made of cast iron, the D-240 engine displacement is 4.75 liters. The power plant is atmospheric, characterized by increased reliability and simple design.
All modifications of the D-245 diesel engine of the Minsk Motor Plant are 4-stroke 4-cylinder engines. The arrangement of the cylinders in them is in-line, vertical, diesel fuel injection is direct, with compression ignition. Scope – places with unlimited air exchange.