MAN propulsion package features SCR for Tier III compliance
Jiangsu Haihong Engineering Technology Co., Ltd. has ordered 4 × MAN 32/40 engines in connection with an order for 2 × 8,000 m3 trailing suction hopper dredgers. The scope of delivery covers two shipsets, with each including a propulsion package consisting of 2 × 9L32/40 engines, an MAN Alpha twin-screw VBS860 CP propeller, single marine reduction RSVL-800 gearboxes from Renk, plus a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system that enables the engines to fulfill Tier III in liquid mode.
Technical drawing of the new TSHD vessel - Image Jiangsu Haihong
Jiangsu Haixin Shipping Heavy Ind. will construct the vessels at its yard in China with delivery scheduled for end-2016, and MAN Diesel & Turbo will build the engines at its Augsburg plant in Germany.
Lex Nijsen – Vice President and Head of Four-Stroke Marine – MAN Diesel & Turbo, said: “This new project is an excellent reference for us in the Chinese market. It is of especial interest to MAN Diesel & Turbo in that these two newbuildings will be identical, sister vessels to a dredger previously ordered by Jiangsu, but whose propulsion packages did not feature MAN engines. We are delighted that Hai-Hong has decided to place its confidence with MAN and look forward to a successful collaboration with our Chinese partners.”
The 32/40 engine
Considered in the industry as a proven workhorse, the 32/40 commonly sees service for 24 hours a day with a power output that ranges from 3,000 to 9,000 kW. Low wear-rates and long maintenance intervals are engine characteristics with output limited to 100% of rated output for engines driving a propeller, and 110% of rated output for engines driving a generator.
Model of the new TSHD vessel - Image: Jiangsu Haihong
Source: MAN Diesel & Turbo