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MTU's evolved Series 4000 units for marine applications have successfully completed over 4,000 hours at the MTU test stands.  Equipped with MTU's SCR system, they are also compliant with IMO III and EPA Tier 4 regulations.

MORE POWERFUL, MORE FUEL EFFICIENT AND CLEANER: MTU’S ADVANCED DESIGN DIESEL MARINE ENGINES FROM ROLLS-ROYCE

Sep 05, 2016 - At the SMM International Maritime Trade Fair in Hamburg, Rolls-Royce will be presenting its advanced design MTU Series 4000 diesel engines for IMO III and EPA Tier 4 emission regulations.

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MTU's 10V Series 2000 M96 engine meets U.S. EPA Marine Tier 3 Recreational standards in addition to EU Directive RCD II for leisure craft, which becomes mandatory from January 2017, and features outstanding acceleration behaviour and low fuel consumption.

ROLLS-ROYCE SHOWCASES LATEST MTU PROPULSION TECHNOLOGY AT YACHT SHOWS IN CANNES, GENOA AND MONACO

Sep 05, 2016 - Rolls-Royce will be showcasing MTU’s latest propulsion technology and service solutions for sailing and motor yachts at this year’s yacht shows in Cannes, Genoa and Monaco.

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MTU Series 2000 engine for mining applications are available in 12 and 16-cylinder versions and cover a power range from 783 to 1,163 kW. They are available for EPA Tier 4 interim, meeting the US standards using exhaust gas recirculation technology (EGR), 2-stage turbocharging and common rail injection.

MINEXPO 2016: ROLLS-ROYCE TO PRESENT MTU ENGINES FOR EPA TIER 4 AND TIER 4 INTERIM

Sep 02, 2016 - Rolls-Royce will be presenting MTU diesel engines designed to meet Tier 4 interim and Tier 4 emission standards, including a full range of services, at MINExpo, the world‘s largest mining trade show,...

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Erik Manning to become the L’Orange injection system manufacturer’s new CEO.

New CEO at L’Orange

Sep 01, 2016 - Over the last 10 years, L'Orange has experienced very strong growth worldwide. And today, with over 1,000 employees, the injection system manufacturer ranks among the sector’s driving forces and...

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The MTU exhibit presented at SMM 2016 shows the development from the origins of the Series 4000 into a modern green and high-tech propulsion system in one engine. This includes the original Series 4000 diesel engine versions M00 to M01 (grey) as well as the engine version M03 commonly known as Ironmen (blue). The new version M05 is also illustrated (green), which will meet IMO III and EPA Tier 4 emission legislation and the new MTU gas engine (yellow).

ROLLS-ROYCE CELEBRATES 20TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE MTU SERIES 4000

Aug 26, 2016 - Packed with technical innovations, the MTU Series 4000 engine received accolades when it was presented to international experts for the first time at the SMM trade fair in October 1996.

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MTU Series 4000 with SCR: Customers benefit from a perfectly integrated concept for IMO Tier III comprising an MTU drive and SCR system which is compact and which offers an excellent power-to-weight ratio. Two different SCR systems are being offered so that, depending on the installation space, the customer can choose between one cubic box or two flat boxes (picture).

ROLLS-ROYCE TO SHOWCASE MTU GREEN AND HIGH-TECH AT SMM (updated 26 August 2016)

Aug 26, 2016 - Rolls-Royce will be presenting new MTU brand propulsion systems designed to meet IMO III and EPA Tier 4 emission regulations for commercial, off-shore and military vessels and yachts, at the SMM...

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Accolades have been awarded to three youngsters who recently completed their training at Rolls-Royce Power Systems. Marcus A. Wassenberg, Thomas Bittelmeyer and Dr Dirk Geisinger congratulated Fabian Schmidt and Simon Huster for the special commendations they received from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce, while Eva Bottling, who took her qualifying exam as social security specialist at the German Federal Insurance Authority, was given special recognition for her excellent grades. From left to right: head of production Dr Dirk Geisinger, Fabian Schmidt, Works Council Chairman Thomas Bittelmeyer, Eva Bottling, Simon Huster, and CFO and Labour Director Marcus A. Wassenberg.

69 YOUNGSTERS COMPLETE TRAINING AT ROLLS-ROYCE POWER SYSTEMS IN FRIEDRICHSHAFEN

Aug 09, 2016 - In July, 37 apprentices successfully completed their job training at Rolls-Royce Power Systems in Friedrichshafen. In September, 32 students at the Cooperative State University will be gaining dual...

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Rolls-Royce recently provided three MTU Onsite Energy 20V 4000 generator sets to be installed at the Port of Callao.

ROLLS-ROYCE PROVIDES MTU ONSITE ENERGY BACKUP POWER SOLUTION FOR MODERNIZATION OF PERUVIAN SEAPORT

Aug 02, 2016 - Rolls-Royce recently provided three MTU Onsite Energy 20V 4000 generator sets to be installed at the Port of Callao, the chief seaport of Peru that gives commercial and marine access to the city and...

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Rolls-Royce Power Systems is paving the way for ten refugees to start out on the road to a future career. The first group is due to start at the Friedrichshafen location in November 2016.

ROLLS-ROYCE POWER SYSTEMS HELPS YOUNG REFUGEES ON ROAD TO FIRST VOCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Jul 29, 2016 - Rolls-Royce Power Systems is paving the way for ten refugees to start out on the road to a future career.

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MTU engine for next-generation trainees: Young technology enthusiasts will be able to learn how a diesel engine works in the Friedrichshafen Knowledge Workshop. Marcus A. Wassenberg (left), Executive Board member at Rolls-Royce Power Systems, handed over an MTU Series 1600 engine together with a symbolic wrench to Robert Vöhringer (middle), Director of the Knowledge Workshop, and Peter Hauswald (right), Chairman of the Knowledge Workshop association. The Knowledge Workshop will be offering engine courses starting from October.

ROLLS-ROYCE DONATES MTU ENGINE FOR KNOWLEDGE WORKSHOP IN FRIEDRICHSHAFEN

Jul 27, 2016 - Rolls-Royce is donating an MTU Series 1600 engine to the Knowledge Workshop in Friedrichshafen. From October 2016, the education and training organization will be offering 3-hour engine courses.

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