HamiltonJet propulsion match with Cummins for Seacor Crewboat

September 15, 2016 Albear Montocchio

Two crewboats will be built, each powered by four QSK95 marine engines rated at 4,000hp (2,983kW) at 1,700 rpm, matched to MGX-62500SC-H marine transmissions supplied by Twin Disc and quad HT-810 waterjets from Hamilton Jet, to achieve a maximum speed of 40 knots. The two forward engines will run Jason FiFi 1-class firefighting pumps off the front of the engine. Cummins is also providing auxiliary power; each vessel will have two QSM11-powered generator sets rated at 290 kWe, as well as a fully enclosed QSM11-powered deck generator rated at 270 kWe.

 

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