The latest in nuclear plant emergency generating engines

The S.E.M.T. Pielstick PC2 engine with 400 mm bore has a long history of extreme reliability in nuclear plants around the world. The PC2.6 B N is the latest development in the series.

The PC2.6 B N medium-speed diesel engine has a rated nominal output per cylinder of 720 to 750 kW. It is available in V configuration versions with 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20 cylinders.



 

Your direct benefits

  • Supreme reliability
  • Low specific mass
  • Compact
  • Easy accessibility to the main components and straightforward dismantling
  • A minimum of special tools needed
  • Very short maintenance, repair and overhaul times.
  • Typical performance data
  • Dimensions
   Cyl. No.  kWm  kWe
 Engine type      
 12 V PC2.6 B N 12  8,640  8,380
 14 V PC2.6 B N 14  10,500  10,185
 16 V PC2.6 B N 16  12,000  11,640
 18 V PC2.6 B N 18  13,500  13,095
 20 V PC2.6 B N 20  15,000  14,550
   A  B  C  D  E Dry mass
Engine type mm mm mm  mm  mm  mm  t
12 V PC2.6 B N

5,960

7,850

9,680

 3,715  3,950  11,890  210
14 V PC2.6 B N

6,700

8,590

4,295

 3,715  3,950  12,630  245
16 V PC2.6 B N

7,440

9,550

4,000

 4,075  3,950  13,590  280
18 V PC2.6 B N

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20 V PC2.6 B N

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Skid-mounted generator included, valid only 12, 14 and 16 cylinders
*Available on request

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