M 32 C propulsion
Introduced in 1994 the M32 engine, having a bore of 320 mm and a stoke of 480 mm, is available as an inline version with 6, 8 and 9 cylinders. The output ranges from 2,880 kW (6M32C) to 4,950 kW (9M32C) at 600-720/750 revolutions per minute.
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kW2.880 - 4.950
g/kW177 - 179
Dimensions and weight
* If turbocharger is located on opposite coupling side, the water cover of the charge air cooler must be dismantled.
Removal of cylinder liner:
in transverse direction: 3040 mm
in longitudinal direction: 3405
Nozzle position: ask for availability
Engine with turbochanger at free end available, ask for dimensions
Nodular cast iron engine block and crankcase with integrated ducts for lubricating oil and charge air
Engine block with lucbricating oil supply to the crankshaft, camshaft control system and camshaft bearings through drilled ducts.
Simplified parts spectrum by using single-pipe exhaust gas ducting
Low weight, low installation volume and low vibration level.
Cooling water system with simple plug-in connections
Easy to fit, very maintenance-friendly cooling water system with a reduced number of components/parts and increased operational safety.
Pulse charging system, available as an option, for all in-line engine variants
Pulse charging system with optimum engine acceleration and advantages in marine propulsion systems subject to frequent changes of load.
Corrosion-free turbocharger with low temperature level of components surrounding the combustion chamber.
Cylinder liner, only cooled outside the engine block
Long life cylinder liner with low wear rate due to calibration ring and low and constant lubricating oil consumption.
Engine control terminal with analog instrumentation in robust cast casing
Securely mounted engine control terminal with engine and turbocharger speed display.
Segmental camshaft design
Simple to assemble and dismantle camshaft with individual segments per cylinder.
Installation-friendly, because of pumps and filters installed on the engine
Lubricating oil automatic filter fitted to the engine.
Connecting rod, split off design
High level of operational safety, the result of accurately preloaded bolts.
Compact module for lower valve drives and injection pump drives with cam followers
Exact straight-line guidance for low-friction and low-wear operation.
Compact cylinder head design
Simple and fast assembly/dismantling of compact cylinder head design with long intervals between overhauls.