Volvo Penta D16 MG is a 50 Hz, 1,500 rpm, in-line 6-cylinder, 16.1-liter direct-injected complete marine diesel genset with twin-entry turbo and aftercooler.
- 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
- Good accessibility makes service and maintenance easy
- High-pressure fuel injectors
Here are the key specifications for this product model. Want more details? Download the brochure or contact us.
|D16 MG HCM534D HE KC||D16 MG HCM534E HE KC||D16 MG HCM534F HE KC|
|Number of Cylinders||6|
|Prime 50hz Electrical Power kVA||415||490||525|
|Prime 50hz Electrical Power kWe||332||392||420|
|Prime 60hz Electrical Power kVA||487.5||587.5||597.5|
|Prime 60hz Electrical Power kWe||390||470||478|
|Emission Compliance||EPA Tier 3, EU IWW, IMO Nox Tier II, CCNR Stage 2|
|Control System||Marine Commercial Control, Open CAN Interface|
|High-pressure fuel injection||Electronic unit injectors|
|Cooling System||Heat Exchanger Cooling, Keel Cooling|
|Product Family||16 liter series|
Key features and benefits for D16 MG HE KC
The Volvo Penta Genset system is the complete solution for a ship’s onboard power requirements. It comes complete with engine, generator and monitoring system, all tested and ready for installation onboard. Engine and generators are type approved by major classification societies. The genset can be delivered with complete classification certificates.
The 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 turbo provide a powerful engine.
Designed to withstand high exhaust back pressure, this genset 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.
Volvo Penta Marine Commercial Control System is an engine control and monitoring system that is easily integrated into the ship’s control system. All actions are displayed with text messages, in any specified language, and logged in a non-erasable memory.