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Marine Product Guide

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We Are Baudouin For nearly 100 years, Societe des Moteurs Baudouin has manufactured the highest quality engines for marine and power generation applications. In the hostile environment of a marine operator, reliability and durability are paramount, and Baudouin has been successfully serving this market since 1918. It's from this Marine Heritage that Baudouin has a reputation for quality, adaptability and reliability. Baudouin offers a comprehensive range of propulsion solutions, generator sets, and auxiliary engines. Baudouin products are distinguished by their genuine marine design, high...

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Emission regulations & certifications    4 Product designation & common conversions    8 Marine Propulsion Engines    9-22 Marine Generator Sets    23-30 Marine Auxiliary Engines    31-41 Marine Control & Monitoring Solutions    42-45

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International Maritime Organization (IMO) Emission Regulations The MARPOL 73/78 Annex VI: Prevention ofairpollution from ships (and subsequent amendments) serves to regulate NOx emission levels on marine diesel engines. The increasing regulations, 'Tiers', affect engines mounted in vessels built on or after January 1 of the year of release of the Tier. The NOx limits allowed are engine speed-dependent. Tier Date    NOx limit (g/kW.h) n*: rpm Commercial Craft Directive 97/68/EC (EU Stage IIIA) The directive regulates exhaust emissions from various mobile machinery in the European Community...

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Power definition (Standard ISO 3046/1 - Units are metric) Reference conditions Ambient temperature    25 °C Barometric pressure 100 kPa Relative humidity    30% Fuel oil Relative density 0,840 ± 0,005 Lower calorific power 42 700 kJ/kg Consumption tolerances    0±5% Inlet limit temperature 35 °C Ambient temperature 45 °C Raw water temperature 32 °C • Ratings comply with classification societies maximum temperature definition without power derating. • Fuel consumption declared conditions IMOII. Propulsion engines Power class    Definition PI    Continuous    Unrestricted continuous with full...

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kW    HP    RPM Engine model Rating Page

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Marine generator sets kWe    RPM    Genset model    Page Auxiliary marine engines PRP ratings kW    RPM    Engine model    Page 75

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W SeriesM SeriesCommon conversions Power 1 kW = 1.36 metric HP 1 kW= 1.341 BHP 1 BHP = 1.014 metric HP Specific fuel oil consumption (SFOC) Energy SFOC (g/kWh) = L/hr * 840/kW Length 1 cm = 0.3937 in 1 m = 3.28 ft 1 naut. mile = 1.853 km 1 mile = 1.609 km Mass 1 g =0.035 oz 1 kg = 2.2 lb 1 metric ton = 1.1 short ton

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MARINE PROPULSION ENGINES • Genuine Marine Design • Reliability in the most extreme conditions • Design optimized for maintenance simplicity • Best in Class fuel consumption and mean time between overhaul

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Marine propulsion engines 4 W105M Number of cylinders Bore and stroke Total displacement Engine rotation Idle speed Flywheel housing Flywheel Rating    kW    Hp    rpm    g/kWh    l/h

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Number of cylinders    6 in line Engine rotation counterclockwise Idle speed    650 rpm Flywheel housing    SAE 3 Marine propulsion engines

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6 M16 Number of cylinders 6 in line Bore and stroke 126 x 130 mm Total displacement Engine rotation Idle speed Flywheel housing Flywheel Rating    kW    Hp    rpm    g/kWh    I/h    IMO

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Number of cylinders Bore and stroke Total displacement Engine rotation Idle speed Flywheel housing Flywheel Marine propulsion engines

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Marine propulsion engines 6 M 19.3 Number of cylinders Bore and stroke Total displacement Engine rotation Idle speed Flywheel housing Flywheel Rating kW Hp rpm g/kWh l/h IMO CCNR CE97/68 P1    331    450    1800    199    78    II    II    IIIA Main dimensions and weight (mm/kg)

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Number of cylinders Bore and stroke Total displacement Engine rotation Idle speed Flywheel housing Flywheel Marine propulsion engines Main dimensions and weight (mm/kg) A

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Marine propulsion engines 8 M26.2 Number of cylinders Bore and stroke Total displacement Engine rotation Idle speed Flywheel housing Flywheel Rating kW Hp rpm g/kWh l/h IMO CCNR CE97/68 P1    442    600    1800    203    107    II    II    IIIA

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Marine propulsion engines 12 M26.2 Number of cylinders Bore and stroke Total displacement Engine rotation Idle speed Flywheel housing Flywheel Rating kW Hp rpm g/kWh l/h IMO CCNR CE97/68 P1    662    900    1800    198    156    II    II    IIIA

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Marine propulsion engines 6 M33.2 Number of cylinders Bore and stroke Total displacement Engine rotation Idle speed Flywheel housing Flywheel Rating    kW    Hp    rpm    g/kWh    l/h    IMO

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All Moteurs Baudouin catalogs and brochures

  1. 12 M26.2

    2 Pages

  2. 6 M26.2

    2 Pages

  3. 6 M19.3

    2 Pages

  4. 4 W105S

    2 Pages

  5. W105ES

    2 Pages

  6. 6 W126S

    2 Pages

  7. 6 M16

    2 Pages

  8. 6 W105S

    2 Pages

  9. 12 M26.3

    2 Pages

  10. 6 M26.3

    2 Pages

  11. 12 M33.2

    2 Pages

  12. 6 M33.2

    2 Pages

  13. 4 W105M

    2 Pages

  14. 6 M16

    2 Pages

  15. 6M26.2

    2 Pages

  16. 6W126M

    2 Pages

  17. 12M26.2

    2 Pages

  18. 6W105M

    2 Pages

  19. 6M19.3

    2 Pages

  20. IR4N

    2 Pages

  21. 8M26.2

    2 Pages

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