The Kawasaki MAN S70MC is a type of two-stroke, low-speed diesel engine used primarily in large ocean-going vessels, such as container ships, oil tankers, and bulk carriers. The engine is manufactured by Kawasaki Heavy Industries, a Japanese company that produces a wide range of heavy equipment and machinery, in collaboration with MAN Energy Solutions, a German company specializing in marine propulsion systems.
The S70MC engine is a high-powered and efficient engine, capable of producing up to 22,920 kW (31,200 horsepower) of power, depending on the specific model and configuration. It features a crosshead design, which separates the combustion chamber from the moving parts of the engine, resulting in improved durability and reliability. The engine also utilizes a common rail fuel injection system, which provides more precise fuel delivery and better fuel efficiency.
The S70MC engine is designed for use with heavy fuel oil, which is a lower-quality and less expensive fuel than other types of marine fuel. The engine is also designed to meet strict emissions regulations, such as those set by the International Maritime Organization (IMO), which requires vessels to reduce their emissions of sulfur oxides (SOx) and nitrogen oxides (NOx).
The specific design and features of the Kawasaki MAN S70MC diesel engine may vary depending on the specific application and requirements, such as the size and type of vessel, as well as the specific regulations and standards that must be met.