FOR TIER 3
13 and 16 L diesels target propulsion, marine auxiliary applications
Scania USA, San Antonio, Tex., said its marine engines now comply with Tier 3 marine
emissions legislation. The engine
range consists of a 13 L, inline six-cylinder diesel and a 16 L V8 designed for both marine propulsion and
marine auxiliary applications.
EPA Tier 3 emission legislation for
engines in North America came into
effect on Jan. 1 for engines from 100
to 4025 hp (75 to 3000 k W) and 1. 2 to
2. 5 L/cyl displacements.
Scania’s 13 L EPA Tier 3 engine,
intended for propulsion and auxiliary
use, will have propulsion output ratings
from 250 to 675 hp (186 to 503 kW)
and will continue to offer outputs up
to 750 hp (560 kW) for applications in
international and exempt markets. For
auxiliary applications the range for EPA
Tier 3 is 361 to 571 hp (269 to 426 k W).
For the 16 L V8 diesels, the marine
output ratings range from 550 to 900
hp (410 to 671 kW) and the engine
will continue to have outputs between
550 to 1000 hp (410 to 745 kW) for
use in international and exempt mar-
kets. For auxiliary applications the
range for EPA Tier 3 is 627 to 741 hp
(468 to 553 k W) and the current range
will continue to be offered between
576 to 800 hp (430 to 596 kW) for
international and exempt markets.
Scania said an increase in the V8’s
output ratings can be expected for
keel-cooled applications. dp
Scania USA said its marine diesel range will comply with the EPA’s Tier 3 marine emissions
regulations that took effect Jan. 1. The 16 L V8 engine shown here is available in ratings
from 550 to 900 hp.
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Malinowski Promoted At
The Engine and
Division of Kawasaki
Motors Corp. U.S.A.
has promoted Timothy
J. Malinowski to the
position of senior sales
Malinowski is re-sponsibile for managing OEM sales managers, concentrating
on continuing corporate sales development
and creating specific activity goals. He will
focus on the development of existing and
new opportunities in both the commercial and
consumer markets. Malinowski, who joined
Kawasaki in 1998, has held several OEM
sales-related positions at the company.
New VP For
Kohler Engines Division
Kohler Engines has
named Brian Melka
vice president for the
Melka is responsible
for identifying and driv-
ing key business strate-
gies to continue growth
through Kohler Engines’
product line and key
customer partnerships. Prior to Kohler, Melka
served in leadership capacities at Rexnord Inc.
and Textron Inc.
Vocational Sales VP
Omnitek Engineering Corp., Vista, Calif., has
appointed James W.
Cole as vice president
of vocational sales and
He most recently
served as vice president of sales and marketing for Emission
Solutions Inc., a manufacturer of Navistar
Cole will be based at Omnitek Engineering’s
newly established office in Dallas, Texas,
which will support diesel-to-natural gas engine
conversion activities in the region.