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MAN Unveils Two Powerful Marine Engines

Engines can achieve different alternatives for different layouts

Posted on July 1, 2013
Graphical rendering of the G95ME-C9.2 engine

Graphical rendering of the G95ME-C9.2 engine

MAN Diesel & Turbo has announced two additions to its engine program – the G95ME-C9.2 and the S90ME-C10.2. According to the company, these two engines are the largest MAN Diesel & Turbo has ever released to the marine, two-stroke market.

The two engine types can achieve different alternatives for different layouts in respect to design speed. For example, the S90ME-C9.2 can be made available from 72 to 84 rpm, depending on the speed needed for projects. The S90ME-C10.2 is similar to the S90ME-C9.2 – all outline dimensions are identical – with any design differences related to the increase in the mean effective pressure, leading to modifications of the crankshaft journal bearing design and web thickness.

The G95ME-C9.2 can operate from 70 to 80 rpm, and has a bore and stroke of 950 mm x 3460 mm. The S90ME-C10.2 can operate from 72 to 84 rpm, and has a bore and stroke of 900 mm x 3260 mm. Both engines feature a mean effective pressure of 21 bar.

The delivery times for the S90ME-C10.2 and the G95ME-C9.2 is two to four months and nine to 11 months, respectively, MAN Diesel & Turbo said.