SeaMac Marine Engine
No matter using as marine main engines, or using as marine auxiliary engines, DCEC Cummins marine engines are able provide increased power-to-weight ratios, cleaner starts and less noise. DCEC Cummins marine engines provides B, C, L series engine for customers to choose. DCEC marine engines covering displacement from 3.9 to 8.9 liters, with power range from 47kW to 253kW.
DCEC Cummins employs an experienced team of technical and market experts focused on the marine industry and its customers. Factory trained Marine Application Engineers will help you select the right spec for your vessel and Qualified Marine Technicians keep you up and running once in service.
DCEC Cummins offers a complete line of propulsion, generating set and auxiliary power solutions designed specifically for the challenges of marine applications. Because
we understand customer needs and operating conditions vary, SeaMac also offer custom generator set packaging with various different classification societies.
Our in-house engineering experts provides custom complete solutions from marine main engine, gearbox, main shaft, propeller and complete generator set. Based on customer’s requirement, SeaMac provides one-stop solutions covers from pre-design to components supply, from installation to commissioning, from pre-sales communication to after-sales service support, Our one-stop solution not only significant improve operation efficiency, but also help customers to aviod mismatching problems caused by multiple independent suppliers of different components, which often caused lot of troubles for shipyards.
All of DCEC Cummins marine auxiliary engines and generator set are available for an unlimited number of hours per year in variable load applications. Variable load is not to exceed a 70 percent average of the rated power during any operating period of 250 hours. Total operating time at 100 percent Prime Power shall not exceed 500 hours per year.
Advantages of Marine Engine
A 10 percent overload capability is available for a period of one hour within a 12 hour period of operation. Total operating time at the 10 percent overload power shall not exceed 25 hours per year. This power rating conforms to ISO 8528 guidelines.
Based on DCEC Cummins marine engines, Seamac provides fully integrated support at all stages of a new build or repower project, from vessel concept to installation, commissioning and sea trial. We work closely with partner suppliers, including gear manufacturers and system integrators to ensure proper engine selection, application and installation. Seamac, your reliable one-stop marine propulsion and power system solution provider.
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This is the list of all series of SeaMac Marine Engines.
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