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CLASS SOCIETIES WITNESS FAT FOR WINGD 6X52 ENGINE WITH SCR

CLASS SOCIETIES WITNESS FAT FOR WINGD 6X52 ENGINE WITH SCR

Thursday, July 8, 2021 

The latest collaborative project between WinGD & CSPI, both CSSC Power Group Companies,  featuring the first fully integrated SCR system has completed a successful Factory Acceptance Test at CSSC-CSE`s Dalian Base in China, in the presence of Classification societies ABS and DNV.

The six-cylinder two-stroke engine provides a maximum continuous output of 11,640kW and meets IMO Tier Ⅲ emission standards within a compact, integrated HP-SCR design. This first engine of this configuration will be installed in a 50,000t tanker built by CSSC Chengxi Shipyard for the Japanese owner Kumiai Senpaku.

The new integrated SCR system on the WinGD  6X52 low-speed marine diesel engine, features green technology and environmentally sustainable NOx control. Compared with the traditional off-engine SCR configuration, the new integrated SCR system is more compact as it is included in the exhaust manifold. Advanced and optimised design features enable the compact size and allow for cost efficient manufacturing.

The X52 with integrated SCR claims additional customer advantages such as simplified on-board installation, low heat dissipation, easy operation including switching between IMO Tier II and IMO Tier III mode, and WinGD’s latest autonomous automation and control system with monitoring and predictive service features.

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