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MAN Diesel Engines for Standby, Peak-Load, and Continuous Operation

MAN D2862 LE22x

Compact and powerful!

The D2862 LE22x generates 880 kW at 1,500 rpm and 1,117 kW at 1,800 rpm for power generation. The dimensions of the 12-cylinder engine are outstanding at 2,660 mm x 1,540 mm x 1,920 mm (LxWxH).

D2862 LE22x

Low-consumption and efficient!

The D2862 LE22x builds on modern technologies such as the common-rail injection system. It enables the efficient 12-cylinder engine to achieve peak figures for fuel consumption over a wide spectrum of applications.

Efficient power pack: The MAN D2862 LE22x twelve-cylinder diesel engine

MAN diesel engines for peak-load compensation of the standby and base-load supply have been sold successfully for years in Europe, Asia, South Africa, and America. The D2862 LE22x is the most powerful diesel engine for power generation in the MAN product portfolio. The 12-cylinder V-engine has a piston displacement of 24.2 liters with a bore of 128 mm and a stroke of 157 mm. In emergency standby operation (ESP) the V12 generates mechanical outputs of 880 kW at 1,500 rpm and 1,117 kW at 1,800 rpm for power generation.

Typical for a MAN engine is the low fuel consumption: Over a wide spectrum of applications the D2862 LE22x achieves peak figures for fuel consumption due to its common-rail injection system. The power generator also has efficient dimensions: At a compact 2,660 mm x 1,540 mm x 1,920 mm (Length x Height x Width) its use as a container genset is guaranteed.


D2676 LE22 for power generation

6-cylinder engine with high service life and low operating costs: MAN D2676 LE22x

Efficient to the core: The MAN D2676 LE22x diesel engine for power generation impresses through its high service life and low operating costs. The low fuel and oil consumption as well as the long component service lives contribute to its low life-cycle costs. With ease of maintenance, the engine excels for instance due to its light weight (1,165 kg dry) as well as its compact construction (2,518 mm x 1,080 mm x 1,406 mm) and the good accessibility to wearing parts.

The D2676 LE22x is designed as a four stroke diesel engine with 6 cylinders in line and a 12.4 liter displacement which results from the 126 mm bore and 166 mm stroke. In emergency standby operation (LTP) the 6-cylinder engine generates mechanical outputs of 396 kW at 1,500 rpm and 415 kW at 1,800 rpm for power generation. The base engine has been successfully used for many years in MAN commercial vehicles and agricultural machinery applications, and over a 100,000 of them have been produced.