C9.3 ACERT

*Preliminary Information* The C9.3 ACERT propulsion engine has a B rating of 375 bhp (280 bkW) at 1800 rpm, a C rating of 416 bhp (310 bkW) at 2100 rpm, and a D rating of 476 bhp (355 bkW) at 2300 rpm. The C9.3 propulsion, auxiliary, and generator set engines have a common rail fuel system for optimal combustion and lower emissions. Cooling system options for the propulsion and auxiliary engines include heat exchanger with sea water aftercooling, and keel with combined circuit or separate circuit aftercooling. The genset packages are available with heat exchanger, keel, or radiator cooling. These products are EPA Tier 3 and IMO II certified. In addition the propulsionengine ratings are EU Stage IIIA certified and auxiliary and gen sets are also CCNR Stage II certified.


SPECIFICATIONS
Power Rating
Power Range 375-476 bhp (280-355 bkW)


Engine Specifications
Speed Range 1800-2300 rpm
Emissions EPA Tier 3 Commercial, IMO II, EU IW
Aspiration TA
Bore 4.53 in
Stroke 5.87 in
Displacement 568 in³
Rotation from Flywheel End Counterclockwise
Configuration In-line 6, 4-Stroke-Cycle Diesel


Dimensions & Weights
Engine Dry Weight - Approximate 945-1122 kg (2083-2474 lbs)
Height 43 in
Length - Engine 57.2 in
Width - Engine 38.5 in


BENEFITS & FEATURES
Electronic Control System


Electronic control system provides industry-leading torque and throttle response at low speeds, while maintaining fuel efficiency at high speeds

Fuel System


Common rail fuel system enables optimum combustion and low emissions

Superior Serviceability


RH and LH locations for fuel and oil filters and dipstick improves serviceability

Displays


Compatible with Cat® displays and available remote-mounted display panel with start, stop, and engine diagnostics

Electrical System


12V or 24V electrical system

Marine Certifications


Marine classifi cation society certifi cates: ABS, BV, CCS, CRS, DNV, GL, IRS, KR, LR, NK, PRS, RINA, RS

EQUIPMENT
Optional Equipment

Dual starting motors
  • 24V electric and air
  • 24V electric (2)

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