The Baudouin 16M33G1700/5 engine is currently the smallest engine from the 16M33 range however that's not to say it isn't a powerful engine. The engine is turbocharged and makes use of an air to water after cooler. It has a cast iron cylinder block and cylinder liners with separate cast iron cylinder valves with 4 valves.
The 16 cylinder, 50 Hz engine comes with a high pressure common rail fuel injection system with one high pressure pump which drives in the V angle of the cylinder block.
This 16M33G1700/5 Baudouin Engine produces 2051.7 horsepower (1530 kWm) when running at 1500 RPM and has a total displacement of 52.3L. The engine rotates anti clockwise.
The engine has been specifically designed to run at the Standby (ESP) power rating only.
This Baudouin Diesel Engine has dimensions of 2609mm in length, 1542mm in width and 1746mm in height and a (dry) weight of 5200kg (all measurements including the radiator). The cylinders have a bore of 150mm and stroke of 185mm.
This large engine can be used in a generator coupled with an alternator to create a high powered generation unit which could be used in numerous industries. Due to the fact this engine is specifically designed to run at Standby (ESP) only then the engine should not be used for sustained utility paralleling applications.
Baudouin have a presence in over 100 countries worldwide meaning one of their experts will always be on hand to solve any problems with their engines. Their experts can help solve a range of issues including genuine spare parts, technical support and commissioning.