Wärtsilä RT-flex50-D

Designed for a wide variety of ship types from, Handysize, Handymax and Supramax bulk carriers to product tankers and feeder container vessels.

Fully compliant with IMO Tier II requirements. It can also be equipped with a SCR catalyst to meet IMO Tier III NOx emission levels, and a scrubber to reduce SOx emissions to 0.1% – even with high sulphur fuels.

RT-flex50-D: Available in 5-cylinder up to 8-cylinder configuration, covering a power range from 5,100 to 13,960 kW at 95 to 124 rpm.

Wärtsilä and China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) have established the company “Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd. “ which takes over Wärtsilä’s 2-stroke engine business.

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    • TTM Phoenix
      Delivered in 2010, the 56,000 dwt bulk carrier TTM Phoenix features a machinery installation incorporating a Wärtsilä 6RT-flex50 main engine with an output of 9720 kW at 123 rpm. The vessel is also equipped with Wärtsilä Seals and Bearings.

      TTM Phoenix

    • Shansi
      Wärtsilä will supply propulsion packages for 24 new vessels being built for the Singapore based China Navigation Co. Pte. Ltd (CNCo).

      Shansi

    • Gaschem Nordsee
      Wärtsilä supplied the complete propulsion systems for the Gaschem Nordsee designed for the transportation of LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) or (LEG) liquefied ethylene gas.

      Gaschem Nordsee

    • Algoma Equinox
      Algoma Central Corporation has chosen Wärtsilä to supply complete propulsion systems with integrated fresh water scrubbers for six Great Lake vessels with an option for two more. “The capability to provide both an integrated equipment package and global service support was a major reason for choosing Wärtsilä.” Al Vanagas, Senior Vice President, Algoma Central Corporation

      Algoma Equinox

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