MAN Engines

MAN gas engine programme for power generation

MAN gas engine programme for power generation

Compact gas engines for continuous operation in power- or heat-led systems

Important facts about the product range and applications

MAN Engines offers low-pollution gas engines for purely electrical power generation and cogeneration. The power range extends from 37 kW to 750 kW with natural gas and from 68 kW to 750 kW with special gas (biogas, landfill gas, sewage gas). The MAN engines developed especially for the application with natural and special gas excel through their ultimate reliability and highest energy efficiency. Thanks to their optimum combustion process, they achieve best overall efficiencies in excess of 90 percent.

MAN engines for natural gas and special gas (biogas, landfill gas, sewage gas) ensure security of supply – they have been thoroughly tested and optimised in field trials. The engines have proven themselves through their robustness, combined with high operating hours in peak-load and continuous operation, in the agricultural and municipal sectors, in hotels and hospitals as well as in numerous other industries. The long service intervals and high service life of MAN gas engines ensure low total cost of ownership.

Applications

  • Cogeneration units with natural gas
  • Cogeneration units with special gas (biogas, landfill gas, sewage gas)
  • Genset units with natural gas
  • Genset units with special gas (biogas, landfill gas, sewage gas)

MAN gas engines at a glance

The perfect synthesis of performance and economy

MAN E0834
MAN E0834
  • 4 cylinders. 4.6 litres displacement
  • Bore 108 mm, stroke 125 mm
  • Power 37 – 68 kW
MAN E0836
MAN E0836
  • 6 cylinders, 6.9 litres displacement
  • Bore 108 mm, stroke 125 mm
  • Power 56 – 110 kW
MAN E2676
MAN E2676
  • 6 cylinders. 12.4 litres displacement
  • Bore 126 mm. Stroke 166 mm
  • Power 140 – 250 kW
MAN E3268
MAN E3268
  • 8 cylinders. 17.2 litres displacement
  • Bore 132 mm, stroke 157 mm
  • Power 320 – 390 kW

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MAN E3262
MAN E3262
  • 12 cylinders. 25.8 litres displacement
  • Bore 132 mm, stroke 157 mm
  • Power 275 – 580 kW
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MAN E3872
MAN E3872
  • 12 cylinders. 29.6 litres displacement
  • Bore 138 mm, stroke 165 mm
  • Power 735 kW
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Technical data

Long overhaul intervals and long service life thanks to compact design

Output in kW Air/fuel ratio λ Engine model Cylinders Model Displacement in litres
37 – 68 1.0 – 1.6 E0834 4 in-line 4.6
56 – 110 1.0 – 1.68 E0836 6 in-line 6.9
140 – 250 1.0 – 1.74 E2676 6 in-line 12.4
320 – 390 1.69 E3268 8 V 90° 17.2
275 – 580 1.0 – 1.7 E3262 12 V 90° 25.8
735   E3872 12 V 90° 29,6
Output in kW Air/fuel ratio λ Engine model Cylinders Model Displacement in litres
68 1.4/1.5 E0834 4 in-line 4.6
110 1.4 – 1.49 E0836 6 in-line 6.9
220 – 250 1.57 – 1.62 E2676 6 in-line 12.4
320 – 390 1.46 – 1.52 E3268 8 V 90° 17.2
450 – 580 1.44 – 1.6 E3262 12 V 90° 25.8

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Stationary gas engines in marine use
Working boat engines | New technologies
Stationary gas engines in marine use

The Dutch shipyard Concordia Damen will build the enormous number of 40 new Parsifal inland waterway barges by the end of 2024. MAN Engines plays an important role in this process and is supplying 80 MAN E3262 gas engines. The 12-cylinder engines are installed in gensets from the Dutch partner MAN Rollo. In combination with electric motors, each two of the gas engines, which deliver a total of 990 kW, form the hybrid drive of the low-emission tankers.

Stationary gas engines in marine use
Naturally aspirated and turbo engines from MAN Engines
CHP & power plants
Naturally aspirated and turbo engines from MAN Engines

In its gas engine portfolio, MAN Engines offers a wide selection of turbocharged lean-burn and naturally aspirated engines with stoichiometric combustion. Depending on the application, each engine technology has its advantages. Whether the focus is on electricity production or the primary use of heat, MAN Engines has the appropriate solution for higher efficiency.

Naturally aspirated and turbo engines from MAN Engines
Hydraulic valve clearance adjustment
New technologies
Hydraulic valve clearance adjustment

MAN is developing a maintenance-free valve train for industrial engines and is relying on the use of hydraulic valve clearance adjustment. A maintenance-free valve train eliminates the need to check and adjust the valve clearance. Additional customer benefits arise from the elimination of disassembly and maintenance activities, as well as flexible use of the installation space above the cylinder head.

Hydraulic valve clearance adjustment

Large-bore gas engines from 10 to 18 MW

High-speed, medium-speed and low-speed engines with a displacement in excess of 30 litres are offered by MAN Energy Solutions.
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