First MAN 48/60 MeOH retrofit will use low-pressure port fuel injection


Source: MAN Energy Solutions

MAN Energy Solutions has confirmed that it will upgrade a 48/60 engine to a 51/60 using a low-pressure injection strategy as its first retrofit of a 4-stroke diesel to dual-fuel MeOH.

Last year, MAN signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Stena Teknik and Proman for a retrofit project, and a similar one with Norwegian Cruise Line. Bernd Siebert, Head of Retrofit & Upgrades at MAN PrimeServ in Germany, has now confirmed that the projects will involve the adoption of their port fuel injection retrofit concept due to its inherent advantages for legacy installations.

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