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"Total Economy" Marine Diesel


Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) is developing the "UEC52LSE", a new UE marine diesel engine, following its "UECLS… " series which has been widely accepted by foreign and domestic shipowners and shipbuilders. The "UEC52LSE" with a 520mm cylinder bore will be one of the world's best performance engines in its class, requiring only 123 gram of fuel oil consumption to produce one horsepower per hour.
In developing "UEC52LSE," MHI has targeted its concept towards "Total Economy" and aims to develop higher performance and more compact engine size, which will concurrently achieve better economy and reliability. In doing so, MHI will incorporate its recent research results and technologies accumulated through LS… series development and production. Talking the initial letter " E" from the word "Economy," the new engine is named the LSE. Due to its higher power output, the new engine will offer an advantage of one cylinder less while maintaining the same power output compared to existing engines.
The "UEC52LSE" is the most suitable engine for 75,000 ton (DWT) class bulk carriers, for which an increase in domestic and overseas demand is expected. Furthermore, the engine is suitable for ships increasingly requiring higher power output such as container ship in feeder services and refrigerated cargo ships.
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