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Leaks of crankshaft,s Rear and Front Seal on Cummins GenSet with KTA 50 engine.


Created On Sunday 24, December, 2017 1:22 PM by mariner

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mariner
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Note Sunday December 24, 2017 13:22 View thread in raw text format
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The Best Wishes!
GenSet Cummins with KTA 50 engine. More 4000 h of running.
In past summer (plus 20 deegree Celcium and more)
we had looked a leaks of oil through rear and front seals
of crankshaft. To end December, when using of engine
less, than in summer (outside temperature - 0 or - 2-3
Deggree of C and oil temperature approximately 60-65
Deggree C - a leaks of oil stopped. In space of old
oil leaks only a spots of oil with big viscosity, like under
low temperature. Are excist needing of change a seals of
Crankshaft?
Sorry fo my English. Thanks fo cooperation.
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