MAN ES targets 4-stroke DF methane slip reductions

MAN ES engineers are assessing the feasibility of direct gas injection on four-stroke gas engines, such as the 51/60DF. (Image: MAN ES)

MAN Energy Solutions has issued a white paper addressing how it is addressing the challenge of methane slip from its portfolio of two-stroke and four-stroke engines. The company continues to guarantee methane slip of between 0.2-0.3 g/kWh from its two-stroke ME-GI engines over their load range.

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