12.08.2017
WESTERBEKE 40 MARINE DIESEL ENGINE & WESTERBEKE WPDS MARINE DIESEL GENERATORS

The present technical manual was officially released by Westerbeke Corporation in order to assist people dealing with everyday operation and technical maintenance of Westerbeke 40 marine diesel engines and WPDS marine diesel generators.

The Westerbeke 40 was previously designated Westerbeke Four-107 and this designation incorporated a basic engine model known variously as 4-99, 4-107, and 4-108. Throughout the technical manual the reader will notice references to those engines model numbers. The numbers are used to distinguish among the three major engineering changes which have been already made to this marine diesel engine.

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12.08.2017
WESTERBEKE 10TWO AND 12B—TWO MARINE DIESEL ENGINES TECHNICAL MANUAL

Technical Manual for Westerbeke 10TWO and 12B-TWO marine diesel engines. The publication includes manuals for WMD marine diesel generators (3 KW-60 Hz and 2.4 KW-50 Hz). Officially released by Westerbeke in 1993. The document covers installation, operation and maintenance issues, engine overhaul, other overhaul (marine engine electrical system, external cooling system, transmissions), generator sets, and is supplemented by the service bulletins. Apart from the technical data stated above, this document will be providing brief information necessary for users to better understand the principles of diesel engines.

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11.08.2017
WARTSILA SOLUTIONS FOR MARINE AND OIL AND GAS MARKETS

The officially released publication by Wartsila, a world leading company in providing industry with complete and effective power solutions for all marine applications; the document includes the major chapters addressing the automation and compressors, engines and gensets, BWM, i.e. Ballast Water Management Systems, exhaust gas cleaning equipment and gas Systems, gears and oil separating equipment, inert gas systems, power electric arrangements, ship propulsors, valves and pumping systems, seals and bearings, stern tubes, waste/oil/fresh water management arrangements, services, covering literally all technical aspects - and such approach has made the booklet very helpful for all industry players.

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11.08.2017
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.

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10.08.2017
SULZER RTA—58—68—76—64 TYPE DIESEL ENGINES S. BULLETIN — LOSS OF MATERIAL ON PISTON CROWNS DUE TO HIGH TEMPERATURE CORROSION AND EROSION

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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10.08.2017
SULZER RTA—38 AND RTA—48 TYPE DIESEL ENGINES SERVICE BULLETIN — REGULATION OF CYLINDER LINER LUBRICATION

This instruction book starts with short introduction followed by the chapters dedicated to the cylinder lubricator drives and checking the relevant engine settings, nomograms, modifications commonly done to the basic settings, cylinder lubrication, practical adjustment of lube oil feed rate, lubricating quills with the accumulators. The last chapter contains the officially released service bulletins for the engines covered within this document, namely RTA-38 and RTA-48 type. In short, all required information will be found here so we would recommend it to the technical personnel.

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10.08.2017
SULZER RTA—54 DIESEL ENGINES SERVICE BULLETIN — ELECTRONIC VARIABLE INJECTION TIMING TROUBLES AND REMEDIES

This Wartsila service bulletin was officially released to address the possible troubles and proposed remedies for the electronic VIT, i.e. Variable Injection Timing. The book provides all necessary information relating to the improvements to be made to the components; the next chapter of the document new positioning unit complete/valve rail, while the fourth chapter is dedicated to the proposed technical remedies and some additional measures recommended by the manufacturer to be taken. Traditionally, the service bulletin released for the large-bore engines of RTA type are at the end of the volume.

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10.08.2017
SULZER RTA—50 DIESEL ENGINES SERVICE BULLETIN — LEAKAGE OIL COLLECTOR IN AIR SPRING SYSTEM OF EXHAUST VALVE

The Wartsila service bulletin dedicated to the leakage oil collectors located in the air spring system of the exhaust valves. This document opens with the introductory information followed with the brief technical description of the return line of leakage oil coming 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...

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