Volvo Penta D8 MH is a variable speed, in-line 6-cylinder, 7.7-liter diesel engine using common-rail fuel injection, double overhead camshafts, a twin-entry turbo. This contributes to excellent operating economy and world-class diesel performance, combined with low emissions and noise.
- Solid and robust engine design
- Electronically controlled common-rail fuel system
- Excellent monitoring with Volvo Penta Marine Commercial Control System
- Twin-entry turbo with pulse charging
- EMS electronic control system for optimized fuel efficiency
- PTO capability
- Approved by major classification societies
- Ladder frame bolted to the engine block
- Easily accessible service points.
Here are the key specifications for this product model. Want more details? Download the brochure or contact us.
|D8 MH 154 KW||D8 MH 169 KW||D8 MH 195 KW||D8 MH 221 KW||D8 MH 261 KW||D8 MH 296 KW||D8 MH 313 KW|
|Detailed Segment||Marine Commercial|
|Crankshaft Power kW||154||169||195||221||261||296||313|
|Crankshaft Power HP||210||230||265||300||355||405||425|
|Rating||Rating 1||Rating 1||Rating 1||Rating 1||Rating 1||Rating 2||Rating 2|
|Emission Compliance||IMO Nox Tier II, China I|
|Control System||Marine Commercial Control, Open CAN Interface|
|High-pressure fuel injection||Common-rail fuel injection|
Key features and benefits for D8 MH
Volvo Penta’s full range of marine diesel engines offer reliable and fuel-efficient onboard electrical power generation and power for cranes, pumps, air compressors and other heavy equipment.
No matter what application, this auxiliary engine’s robust design with a ladder frame bolted to the engine block makes it highly reliable. Its rigid in-line cylinder block with generously dimensioned crankshaft bearings, water-cooled exhaust manifold, and twin-entry turbo provide a powerful engine.
Designed to withstand high exhaust back pressure, this auxiliary engine is easy to install and perfect for installations that require additional, third-part emission control equipment. Its good accessibility also facilitates service and maintenance.
By controlling the unit injectors and fuel distribution, the EMS electronic management system optimizes the fuel-air mixture leading to improved combustion. The result is high thermal efficiency, high fuel efficiency and reduced exhaust emissions.
Together, the twin-entry turbo with pulse charging, and the highly efficient speed control system give this engine superior load-taking capability.
Two options for on-board electronic control: Marine Commercial Control System is a flexible and expandable control and monitoring system for classified installations. Open CAN Interface, engine delivered without control system, with different options with or without shut-down senders and switches.