The Scania DC 16 engine as we know it today began production in 2010. The engine is equipped with a Scania XPI (Common Rail) battery-type fuel injection system, which allows it to meet the high environmental standards of Euro IV.
The DC16 is a 4-stroke, V-8, turbocharged, air-to-air intercooler. The engine displacement is an impressive 16 liters.
|Also called||DC 16|
|Cylinder block alloy||cast iron|
|Fuel system||direct injection|
|Number of cylinders||8|
|Piston stroke, mm||154|
|Cylinder bore, mm||130|
|Power output, hp||550-770/1500|
|Torque output, Nm / rpm||3520/1300|
|Euro standards||Euro 4|
|Weight, kg||1340 (dry)|
Consider the DC 16 motor systems.
- Direct injection, electronically controlled Scania XPI battery fuel system (Common Rail);
- fuel pre-filter with moisture separator (5 micron);
- 2 fine fuel filters (3 micron).
Engine lubrication system:
- engine lubrication pump;
- full flow oil filter;
- centrifugal oil cleaner (5-7 microns);
- oil cooler integrated in the unit
Air and gas exhaust system:
- air cleaner with air filter clogging indicator;
- turbocharger with wastegate solenoid valve and intercooler;
- protection on exhaust manifolds.
- liquid cooling radiator;
- air-to-air charge air cooler;
- 965 mm push-type fan with protective grille;
- water pump, thermostat.
DC16 motor schematic
- Oil dipstick;
- Draining coolant;
- Fuel filter;
- Oil filter;
- Oil filler neck;
- Engine control unit;
- Centrifugal oil filter;
- Type designation and engine serial number;
- Coolant pump;
- Oil plug.
Explanation of DC 16 marking
|DC||Diesel engine with turbocharger and air-cooled intercooler.|
|16||Total working volume, dm3.|