high-speed engine


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high-speed engine

A machine that rotates a dental instrument in excess of 12,000 rpm.
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The global technology group, Wartsila, and Liebherr collaborate on the development of high-speed engines for maritime and offshore applications on a long-term basis.
The manufacturing of special products would continue in Surgeres, while Wartsila France would continue as a service company for the customers of high-speed engines, the company added.
Each locomotive would feature a single-engine drive train comprising of either an MTU series 4000 or 2000 high-speed engine powering a traditional intermediate-speed AR-10 series alternator.
With those outputs and speeds, the C175 line joins a very small group of diesels--such as the MTU 4000 series and Cummins QSK line--at the top end of the high-speed engine world, in markets typically served by medium-speed engines.
"For instance, MWM has a 3.0 L high-speed engine and International also has a 3.0 L high-speed engine.
MAN Diesel & Turbo used its presence at the Marintec 2015 marine exhibition in Shanghai to launch its 175D high-speed engine in China.
Built at the Deutz operations in Mannheim, Germany, the addition of the four diesel and gas engine families expands what had heretofore been strictly a high-speed engine range for the U.S.
Through this partnership with Yuchai, China's leading high-speed engine manufacturer and market leader, we are convinced we can serve our customers in China in the best possible way and further reinforce our market leadership position for medium-speed engines.
The 616 diesel brings together medium-speed engine fuel economy with high-speed engine CAPEX, aiming to improve customer total life cycle cost.
The product portfolio includes MTU-brand high-speed engines and propulsion systems for ships, power generation, heavy land, rail and defence vehicles and for the oil and gas industry.

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