SULZER RTA—58—68—76—64 TYPE DIESEL ENGINES S. BULLETIN — LOSS OF MATERIAL ON PISTON CROWNS DUE TO HIGH TEMPERATURE CORROSION AND EROSION
|Author(s)||New Sulzer Diesel Ltd|
|Publisher||New Sulzer Diesel Ltd|
|D O W N L O A D|
The loss of the material occurring on piston crowns which is actually more generally 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 & 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...
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