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Gas engine, Bergen C26:33

Excellent fuel economy and lowest emissions over the full operating range.

Powering the future

The Rolls-Royce Bergen C-series has a simple and robust design with a reduced number of components. A lean-burn engine operates on the Otto cycle with mixture compression and an external ignition source. A rich gas / air mix in a pre-combustion chamber is ignited and forms a strong ignition source for the very lean mixture in the cylinder for knock-free combustion. This allows the cylinder power to be greatly increased with high efficiency and reduce emissions.

The engine platform offers 243 - 270 kW per cylinder in a compact and modern design. In-line engines are offered in 6, 8 and 9 cylinder configuration spanning a power range from 1,460 kW to 2,430 kW.

Key features

  • Compact and powerful
  • Exceptionally low emissions of of NOx, CO2, SOx and particulate
  • Low energy consumption
  • Service friendly
  • Optimum response at all engine load points (Variable Turbo Geometry)
  • Super silent resilient mounting
  • Table frequency

 

Engine type C26:33L6PG C26:33L8PG C26:33L9PG
Number of cylinders 6 8 9
Engine speed r/min 900/1000 900/1000 900/1000
Mean piston speed m/s 10/11 10/11 10/11
Max. continuous rating (MCR) kW 1460/1620 1940/2160 2190/2430
Max. continuous rating (MCR) BHP (metric) 1985/2205 2675/2935 2980/3305
Mean effective pressure (BMEP) bar 18.5 18.5 18.5
Specific energy consumption kJ/kWh 7450/7500 7450/7500 7450/7500
Specific lubricating oil consumption g/kWh 0.4 0.4 0.4
Cooling water temp. engine outlet °C 90 90 90

 

Principle dimentions

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Cylinder diameter 260mm. Piston stroke 330mm.
Engine type A B C D Weight dry engine
C26:33L6PG 3170 4176 3161 1729 17500kg
C26:33L8PG 3930 4936 3161 1785 25800kg
C26:33L9PG 4310 5316 3161 1785 29000kg

 

Services and support

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  • Spares

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  • Training

    Ensure that your crew is properly and thoroughly trained. This will reduce operational risk, downtime and maximise return on asset investment.

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Gary Nutter
EVP - Propulsion and Engines