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Gas engine MAN 51/60DF
dieselnatural gasfuel

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diesel, gas, natural gas
Product applications

1,200 kW, 1,800 kW, 20,700 kW (1,631.545 hp)

Rotational speed

Max.: 900 rpm (5,654.87 rad.min-1)

Min.: 500 rpm (3,141.59 rad.min-1)


Providing the flexibility needed for reliable power generation Dual fuel engines switch seamlessly between gas and liquid fuels without impacting performance – for maximum reliability you can count on. Our dual fuel engines: Delivering high performance, efficiency and versatility MAN 51/60DF This dual fuel engine converts diesel or natural gas efficiently, and can switch from one fuel to another without any fluctuations in speed or output. It's also possible to easily upgrade our MAN 51/60 engine to dual fuel capability if necessary. Also available with two-stage turbocharging. MAN 28/32S DF Based on the MAN 28/32H workhorse, the MAN 28/32S DF can switch effortlessly from diesel fuel to gas and vice versa. MAN 23/30S DF The 23/30S DF is designed after the proven classic 23/30H genset. Impressively powerful and completely reliable, it is cost-effective and also available as a retrofit option. MAN Energy Solutions offers a range of reliable dual fuel engines to give operators the flexibility they need to react to changing environmental regulations and fuel availability. Making the most of all fuel sources MAN Energy Solutions designs dual fuel engines to achieve the same high performance and efficiency – whichever fuel may be available. The main advantage of dual fuel technology is fuel flexibility. This makes it possible to take advantage of the low cost and superior environmental benefits offered by gas. If the supply of gas fuel is interrupted, the engine can continue operating using liquid fuel.
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