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MAN Engines for Marine Generating Sets - Service Book

   Traditionally, engines produced by MAN have the highest operational performance and reliability with a minimum of required maintenance overhead. However, to ensure operation free of disruptions, numerous periodical inspection and routine maintenance tasks shall be regularly performed. This booklet will give a comprehensive overview of the prescribed maintenance works. The maintenance works shall be conducted as per with the checklists following a particular number of running hours by a workshop authorized by MAN. In order to make it easier for the personnel you to handle the newly installed engine, the following printed materials are supplied with the engines - Operating instructions, Service products for MAN engines, Spare parts catalogue, On-board service book...

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Wartsila RT-18.4 Service Bulletin - Running-in of Cylinder Liners and Piston Rings

   This service bulletin was specifically released to provide owners and operators of the engines in question with necessary information on the updated procedure of running-in to be followed for the new piston rings straight after the piston overhaul/replacement of liners on the diesel engines being in active service. The practical guidelines contained herein are mainly based on the professional experience of the Wartsila specialists with specifications for the cylinder liners/piston rings. The run-in is required after the new cylinder has been fitted and even when only piston rings have been subjected to replacement, the main purpose of doing this is to achieve best and fast rings sealing...


Wartsila RT-82 Service Bulletin - Distillate Fuel Use

   One more official service bulletin by Wartsila, this one dedicated to he use of the distillate fuel. The company allows for the engine produces to be operated on all fuel oils supplied under the ISO 8217 spec. The existing and foreseen legislation addressing marine fuels is actually limited to prescribing the max content of sulphur or to reducing the sulphur content in the exhaust gases with alternative methods of equal effectiveness. The present document deals with the minimum viscosity of marine fuel, use of distillate fuels, selection of the cylinder oil, change-over procedure, arrangement of the fuel oil system, ISO 8217 fuel standard. Official release by Wartsila Switzerland applying to both RTA and RT-Flex engines.


Operating Instructions for MAN Marine Diesel Engines - D2876 LE 301

   This document contains the official MAN instructions are aimed to familiarize owners/operators with this new diesel engine produced by MAN and describe how it operates. It starts with the general instructions, declaration and nameplates, followed by the applicable safety regulations and information relating to the commissioning and operation of the engine, including starting-up, monitoring, routine maintenance, temporary decommissioning, and technical care, lubricating, fueling, cooling and other important technical aspects - all information required is readily available here for the personnel operating/maintaining these engines.


MAN Marine Diesel Engine D2876 LE 301 Spare Parts Catalogue

   Here is the official company catalogue of the spare parts compiled and released by MAN. The main body of this catalogue is arranged in several "function groups" and, to provide easier understanding, the sales groups were spread across numerous function groups. When you are ordering any spare part, it is critically important not to forget to quote the engine's model and serial number and also the order number and designation of the spare part, name and quantity required, exact address and preferred mode of delivery. This publication will provide the info on the engine numbers and list of text blocks, sales groups summary, and catalogue itself plus index.


MAN Marine Diesel Engines - Engineering - Data - Setting Values - D2876 LE 401-402-404-405

   Another official MAN release. Content - Technical data; Checking and setting values; Filling capacities; Service data - crankcase, flywheel, cylinder liner, crankshaft. cylinder head, pistons, connecting rods, camshaft, oil pump, valve gear, turbocharger, cooling and fuel systems, alternator, starter motor, v-belts/powerband; Torque guide values - New cylinder head seal and modified cylinder bush from March 2003, Retightening of the cylinder head bolts on engines up to 28.02.2003, Tightening and retightening the cylinder - head bolts following a repair, Retightening of new and rebuilt engines from 01.03.2003.


MAN Marine Diesel Engines Repair Manual D2866-LE 401-402-403-405, D2876-LE 301-403

   The present Repair Manual was released by MAN to facilitate competent repair of the MAN marine diesel engines listed herein. Contents - Safety instructions; General information on the overhaul of the engines; Troubleshooting table; Engine views; Cross section of the engine; Longitudinal section; Schematic diagram of engine lubrication, cooling and fuel systems; Fuel system; Cooling system; Lubrication; Flywheel; Intake/exhaust system; Valve timing; Crank gear, pistons; Attachments - Removing and installing starter, V-belts, Coolant level probe, Transmitters; Special tools. A very useful technical paper for the marine engineers.


Sulzer RTA-58, 68, 76, 64 Type Diesel Engines Service Bulletin - Loss of Material on Piston Crowns due to Hignh Temperature Corrosion and Erosion

   The loss of material on piston crowns which has more generally been known as piston crown "burn-off will be discussed in this Service Bulletin. Introduction; Loss of material on piston crowns; Countermeasures to minimize the loss of material; Piston cooling water system; Conclusion; Service bulletins published for large bore RTA-type engines. The chemical elements Sulphur, Sodium and Vanadium commonly contained in the HFO, i.e. heavy fuel oil, burned in the two-stroke diesel engines are to be paid particular attention and deserve special consideration with regard to corrosive deposits which subsequently cause the material loss...


Sulzer RTA-Type Diesel Engines Service Bulletin - Improvement of the Engine Control System

   Another publication by New Sulzer Diesel Ltd. issued to help people dealing with the everyday operation and routine/periodical maintenance of the RTA-Type diesels having the DENIS-1 and DENIS-5 engine control systems installed on them. It contains all necessary technical information useful to all the Owners of subject engines. As the title of this technical booklet implies, it covers such critically important aspects of the engine maintenance as the improvements of its control system. The modification of valve group G and to the remote control systems have been addressed in this booklet. A needful paper for the operating personnel.


Sulzer RTA Diesel Engines Service Bulletin - Tightening Instructions for Screws and Wasted Studs

   This service bulletin for RTA diesel engines was released by Wartsila NSD Corporation and contains all technical information considered necessary for the operators/owners of subject engines. The tightening instructions for waisted studs and screws will be practically useful for crew members involved in maintenance and everyday operation of the engines. The original intention of the compilers of this paper was to inform the owners/operators of the RTA engines not covered within previously issues maintenance manuals about the correct tightening values for the screws and waisted studs. This bulletin shall be inserted in the corresponding section of the engine maintenance manual.


Sulzer RTA-46 Diesel Engienes Service Bulletin - Cracks in Column

   Occasionally some cases of cracks were reported on the columns of RTA "-8 Series" and RTA "-2 Series" engines. The present Service Bulletin has been released to inform about the possible location of such cracks in the column and how to apply preventive measures to the respective unit. The RTA "-8 Series" comprises the following types of diesels in this document: RTA 58-68-76 and RTA 84, while the RTA "-2 Series" is presented with RTA 52, RTA 62, RTA 72 and RTA 84M. Wartsila NSD Switzerland Ltd together with the engine builders concerned have investigated the likely causes for the occurrence of cracks in columns and have looked at the problem from various angles such as design, manufacturing and also operational aspects. Numerous strain gauge measurements were performed as well. During gouging of such cracks often shortcomings were found such as: Incorrect plate edge preparation, Welding root faults; lack of penetration, Small non-penetration on the welding comers; sharp edge corner of cross head guide plate; not ground out according to the drawing or welding and quality specification.


Sulzer RTA-50 Diesel Engines Service Bulletin - Leakage Oil Collector in Air Spring System of Exhaust Valve

   The Wartsile service bulletin dedicated to the leakage oil collectors in the air spring systems of the exhaust valves. The book starts with the introductory information followed with the description of the return line of leakage oil from the air spring and of the working mode collector, function test of the collector, non-return valve installed in the air inlet pipe to the exhaust valve and, finally, bulletins released for the large bore diesel engines of RTA type. During regular service of the main engines some slight dripping of the oil and blow of air can be observed at the flow observation box...


Sulzer RTA-62 Diesel Engines Service Bulletin - Prevention of Water Carry-Over and Liner Polishing

   Sulzer RTA-62 Diesel Engines Service Bulletin - Prevention of Water Carry-Over and Liner Polishing. This is the Technical information to all operators and owners of Sulzer RTA engines. Released by Wartsila in 2003. Numerous piston running-related technical problems have been already reported on these engines when passing the tropical waters. The results obtained in the course of the relevant investigations are showing that the carryover of water could cause the damage to the oil film consequently leading to the SSW, standing for the sudden severe wear. Hard deposits are forming on the piston crowns because of the excessive amount of lube oil and combustion residues, increasing the danger of impairing the lube oil film on the cylinder liners...


Wartsila RTA-79.1 and RT-flex-08.1 Service Bulletin - Continuous Low Load Operation

   Official service bulletin released by Wartsila and containing necessary technical information to all operators and owners of the RTA/RT-FLEX diesel engines. The content is presented in thee parts. The first one is introductory while the other two parts are dedicated to the considerations and recommendations. Subject engines have been optimized to operate in the range of loads above approximately sixty percent CMCR. Continuous running of the engine at lower loads is still possible; however, this will influence the engine components and its operational parameters. This manual gives the guidelines for the low-load operation...


CAT Type GCM34 General Engine Operating Instructions

   The official operating instructions for the GCM34-type diesel engines produced by CAT. This technical book is starting with some general info on the engine and introduction to its safety features, gas regulating unit and brief yet thorough overview of the electrical system, etc. The main content of the publication provides required information relating to the initial operating of the engine, operational supervision, running-it and fault tracing. Particular attention has been paid by the compilers of the Instructions to the installation of the engine, regulations and care, emergency operation of this engine and a wealth of other relevant data and information.


Sulzer RTA-53 Diesel Engines Service Bulletin - Variable Injection Timing and Fuel Quality Setting

   In the seventies when fuel consumption gained more importance Sulzer introduced the so called Variable Injection Timing and Fuel Quality Setting (VIT and FQS) system on its low speed two stroke engines. The VIT and FQS system performs two main tasks. The VIT part is an automatic function that controls the injection begin depending on the actual engine load and cares for optimum part load fuel consumption. The FQS part is a manual adjustment that is meant to be used to match the injection timing to the quality of fuel used. VIT and FQS have been introduced as standard on RTA engines at first in a mechanical and later in an electronic version. The latter is the only standard system for current RTA engines and will be the main subject of this Bulletin. A retarded injection is one of the measures used on Sulzer RTA engines to comply with the International Maritime Organization (IMO) NOx emission regulations. The applied injection delay depends on engine type and rating and has been introduced in the DENIS-system as a new, load-independent parameter. Therefore the VIT system has gained considerable importance with the introduction of the engine tuning complying with the IMO NOx (Oxides of nitrogen) emission regulations on the Sulzer RTA engines. Due to the optimization character of the VIT function an engine can run both with and without VIT and FQS function without any loss of operability. However, because of its proven beneficial effect on fuel consumption especially at part load it Is advisable to have the VITand FQS system always working during normal engine operation. All RTA engines have been designed for continuous VIT and FQS operation i.e. the use of VIT and FQS keeps the engine parameters well within safe limits. On the latest RTA engine designs complying with the IMO NOx emission regulations, the range of FQS adjustment is limited so that NOx emission limits are ensured with any setting of the FQS. This Service Bulletin shall explain the VIT and FQS system in its different design versions and give some general advice on how to check the system and its correct function in order to guarantee maximum availability and thus benefit for the operators.


Sulzer RTA-54 Diesel Engines Service Bulletin - Electronic Variable Injection Timing Troubles and Remedies

   The results obtained from the recently performed investigations show that the VIT positioning unit moves in and out with each injection under the forces in the fuel injection pumps. Subject movement can have a peak-to-peak amplitude of up to 1.5 mm and eventually results in excessive wear on the positioner's feedback transmitter. To make this system robust against these small but frequent movements, that have to be accepted and shall be considered normal for this arrangement, a backlash of 2 mm was introduced between piston rod and feedback potentiometer. The resulting loss in positioning accuracy stays within the acceptable tolerance for the VIT system. In addition the solenoid valves were changed to a rigid design based on the experience with sticking valves of the previous design. However, those internal changes are not essential on all engine types and trouble-free operation of the original VIT has been experienced in many installations.


MaK M43C Type Engine Operating Instructions

   Engine Operating Instructions for MaK M43C diesel engine. As usual, following is included - safety instructions and emergency stop of the engine, technical engine data - working temperature, acceptance test records, governor data, torsional vibration analysis and working pressures of aux equipment, operational instructions - initial operation, heavy fuel operation, running-in, frost tracing, operational supervision, emergency operation and removal from operation, operating media - recommendations and regulations, maintenance, tools and spare parts list, supplemented with some external documentation.


MaK M451, M452, M453 Engineers Handbook

   The present engineers handbook is aimed to addresses the MaK M451, M452 and M453 diesel engines at the same time. There are following chapters in this book: General Engine Data, Cylinder Cover, Running Gear, Engine Housing, Timing Gear, Control, Exhaust System/Supercharging, Fuel System, Lubricating Oil System, Cooling Water System, Starting Air System, Monitors, Ancillaries, Special Tools and Devices. It will definitely serve as a very useful reference source for marine engineers, technicians and crew members involved in day-to-day operation and maintenance of subject engines.


MaK Service Information Compilation M20 - M601

   This pack of documentation released by Caterpillar includes "Engines in Service - Facts and Information on Diesel Engine Operation" releases nos. 01 to 11 supplemented with the Service Information for the following marine diesel engines: M20, M25, M32, M32C, M43, M282, M332, M332C, M453, M453C, M551, M552, M601, VM32. Such information is the must-have for marine engineers, crew members dealing with the installation, operation, maintenance and repair of ship machinery of the daily basis. It will also assist newcomers and students in marine engineering in getting familiarized with the basic aspects of machinery.


Wartsila 46F Marine Diesel Engine Project Guide

   This project guide for the Wartsila 46F marine diesel engine is intended to provide necessary data and system proposals for the early design phase of subject engine installations. Its first issue was released by the manufacturer in 2007. This document covers general data of the engine and outputs, technical data, operating ranges, engine description, piping design, installation and treatment, fuel oil and lube oil systems, compressed air and cooling water systems, combustion air and exhaust gas systems, turbocharger cleaning, exhaust emissions, automation, foundation, noise and vibration, power transmission, engine room layout, transport weights and dimensions, project guide attachments, unit conversion tables, collection of drawing symbols used in the engine drawings.


Wartsila 6L32 Marine Diesel Engine Manual

   This book contains all data and instructions required for the safe and effective operation/maintenance of the engines plus the instructions for handling- personal protection and first aid when fuel-, lubricating oils and cooling water additives are handled during normal operation/maintenance work. Basic general technical knowledge has not been entered. Consequently, we assume that the engine operation/maintenance personnel is already informed of the care of diesel engines. A really must have document for crew members dealing with the routine operation/maintenance of the diesel engines and for professional conducting installation and repair.


Fuels, Lubricants and Coolants for MAN Engines

   MAN diesel engines are developed to the state of the art and built using the latest production technology. This results in significant properties such as Economical operation owing to low fuel and lubricating oil consumption, low weight, limited maintenance overhead and spare part requirements and a long service life, future-oriented environmental compatibility, quick load pickup, compact design. However, trouble-free operation and high performance can be achieved only if the specified maintenance intervals are observed and the fuels, lubricants and coolants approved by MAN are used. Please observe guidelines for the protection of the environment when handling fuels, lubricants and coolants.


MaK M43 Type Engine Operating Instructions

   This is another useful compilation of technical files - it consists of the operation instructions for the marine diesel engines of three MaK types. Subject documents shall be treated as very important ones covering initial operation instructions, operational supervision, running-in and fault tracing, various regulations and recommendations (engine lube oil, effective corrosion inhibiting agents and oils, suitable fresh water etc.), emergency operation and many other issues. Will be of great use for crew members dealing with the operation and maintenance of such diesel engines as the thorough and comprehensive source of valuable technical information.


Sulzer RTA-38 and RTA-48 Type Diesel Engines Service Bulleetin - Regulation of Cylinder Liner Lubrication

   Basically, the technical settings of the cylinder lubrication shall be checked on the periodical basis, mainly in order to ensure that correct amount of cylinder lube oil is used. Sometimes, it may appear necessary to perform minor adjustments; this shall be done with disturbance done to the basic linkage setting, or the mesh between the toothed segment and the gear wheel. Minor adjustments shall only be done on adjusting screws of the pumps or through changing the fulcrum by moving the connecting bar one hole up/down on the setting lever. The setting and checking procedures of the load-dependent cylinder lubrication are listed for the user's convenience.


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