The Wärtsilä 26 was developed in response to a need in the market for a new engine in the 260 mm cylinder bore class. The shortest and lowest engine in its class, the Wärtsilä 26 requires minimal space in the engine room. A compact & light unit with low operating costs, also used for generating set applications.
Wärtsilä works in close co-operation with its customers when conducting field tests and monitoring selected test components. The Wärtsilä 26 has fewer parts, less maintenance requirements, low fuel consumption, reduced emission levels, and has the ability to run reliably on a variety of fuels.
The Wärtsilä 26 engine is fully compliant with the IMO Tier II exhaust emissions regulations set out in Annex VI of the MARPOL 73/78 convention.
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Delivered in 2009, the Valiant is a 90 BP escort tug powered by two Wärtsilä 8L26 engines, and is well suited for missions such as offshore terminal assistance and coastal towing.
The Oceanic Vega is a seismic research vessel christened in 2010.
Innovative thinking has always been one of our competitive advantages, and Wärtsilä’s maintenance concept adds to this thinking.
Jan Fredrik Meling, CEO, Eidesvik
The propulsion equipment package include a Wärtsilä 9L32 main engine with new design, gear, controllable pitch propeller (CPP), HR Nozzle, Wärtsilä 8L26 auxiliary engine, as well as related equipment – including NOx reducers for both engines.
Delivered in 2008, the 78m ROV / Subsea Vessel Nor Valiant is a highly specialized vessel designed by Wärtsilä Ship Design for a wide range of subsea support work.