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Mak diesel - cylinder lubrication


Created On Tuesday January 22, 2008 06:48 Diesel Talk
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ritinkarsen
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Good morning

I have a question in connection with a Mak diesel engine type 8 M 601 AK installed in a ship. I am not familiar with this engine and my question is,

(a) does the engine have a separate cylinder lubricating oil system and if yes, how is the cylinder oil supplied
(b) also what are the recommended properties of the oil (TBN, viscosity)
(c) what is the normal daily cylinder oil consumption and what is the recommended consumption in grams per kW-hour
(d) what may be regarded as acceptable bearing system lub oil consumption per day

Would appreciate an answer

Many thanks and best wishes

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Ritinkar Sen
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