Fluids and Lubricants Specifications

All commercial MTU Series (except for 1600 and 1800 Series), DDC S60 Marine and Two-Stroke Engines

A001061/35E

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Table of Contents
1 Preface 1.1 General information 5 8 Approved engine oils and lubricating greases 8.1 Engine oils for four-cycle engines
8.1.1 Series-based usability of engine oils in MTU oil category 1 8.1.2 Single-grade oils – Category 1, SAE-grades 30 and 40 for diesel engines 8.1.3 Multigrade oils – Category 1, SAE-grades 10W-40 and 15W-40 for diesel engines 8.1.4 Series-based usability of engine oils in MTU oil category 2 and 2.1 (low SAPS) 8.1.5 Single-grade oils – Category 2, SAE-grades 30 and 40 for diesel engines 8.1.6 Multigrade oils - Category 2 of SAE grades 10W-40, 15W-40 and 20W-40 for diesel engines 8.1.7 Multigrade oils – Category 2.1 (low SAPS oils) 8.1.8 Series-based usability of engine oils in MTU oil category 3 and 3.1 (low SAPS) 8.1.9 Multigrade oils – Category 3, SAE-grades 5W-30, 5W-40, and 10W-40 for diesel engines 8.1.10 Multigrade oils – Category 3.1 (low SAPS oils) 8.2.1 Single-grade oils - Category 1 of SAE grade 40 for gas engines in Series 4000 L61/L62 8.2.2 Single-grade oils - Category 1 of SAE grade 40 for gas engines in Series 4000 L62FB 8.3.1 Series-based usability for two-cycle engine oils 8.3.2 Engine oils for two-cycle engines 8.4.1 Lubricating greases for general applications

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69 70 72 74 75

2 Lubricants for Four-Cycle Engines 2.1 Engine oils 2.2 Lubricating greases 7 15

3 Lubricants for gas engines 3.1 Engine oils 16

78 84 85

4 Lubricants for Two-Cycle Engines 4.1 Engine oils 18

86 89

5 Coolants 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 General information Fresh water requirements Emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oils Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze Water-soluble corrosion inhibitors Operational monitoring Limit values for coolants Storage stability of coolant concentrates 20 21 22 23 24 25 29 30

8.2 Engine oils for gas engines

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91 92

8.3 Engine oils for two-cycle engines

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93 94

8.4 Lubricating greases

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6 Fuels 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4
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Diesel fuels Heating oil EL Fuel additives / microorganisms in fuel Fuel for gas engines

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9 Approved coolants 9.1 Series- and application-based usability of coolant additives 9.2 Emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oils 9.3 Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor concentrates for cooling systems containing light metal 9.4 Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor concentrates for cooling systems not containing light metal
9.4.1 Concentrates 9.4.2 Ready mixtures

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7 NOx Reducing Agent AUS 32 for SCR Exhaust After-Treatment Systems 7.1 General information 67

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3 10.2 Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for special applications 9.3 Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for Series 60 engines 117 117 119 120 11 Overview of Changes 11.5.6.1 Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for Series 60 engines 9.5.7 Coolant additives for Series 60 engines 9.2 10.1 Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates 9.1 Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for two-cycle engines 9.8.2 Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for special applications 9.1 Index 133 4 | Table of Contents | A001061/35E 04/2012 DCL-ID: 0000005353 .2 Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures for Series 60 engines 9.7.6 General information Approved cleaning products Engine coolant circuits – Flushing Engine coolant circuits – Cleaning Cleaning assemblies Coolant circuits contaminated with bacteria.5 Corrosion inhibitor and antifreeze for cooling systems containing light metal 9.8.5. fungi or yeast 125 126 127 128 129 130 9.8.1 Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates 9.7.001 .3 Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures 106 108 109 9.2 Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures for two-cycle engines 121 121 123 12 Appendix A 12.4 10.6 Corrosion inhibitor and antifreeze for cooling systems not containing light metal 10 Flushing and Cleaning Specifications for Engine Coolant Circuits 10.1 Revision overview from version A001061/34 to A001061/35 131 9.9.8 Coolant additives for two-cycle engines 9.3 Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor concentrates for two-cycle engines 124 106 9.3 Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures 111 114 115 111 9.5 10.1 10.7.6.6.

Test standard DIN EN ISO ASTM IP DVGW Designation Federal German Standards Institute European Standards International Standards Organization American Society for Testing and Materials Institute of Petroleum German Gas and Water Industry Association Table 1: Test standards for fluids and lubricants Applicability of this publication The Fluids and Lubricants Specifications will be amended or supplemented as necessary. Fluids and lubricants for drive plants may be hazardous materials. Great differences can apply from country to country and a generally valid guide to applicable regulations for fluids and lubricants is therefore not possible within this publication. storing and disposing of these substances. Before using them. These regulations are contained in the manufacturers' instructions. Fluids and lubricants The service life.1 General information Used symbols and means of representation The following instructions are highlighted in the text and must be observed: This symbol indicates instructions. either under the brand name or in accordance with the specifi‐ cations given in this publication. This publication specifies which fluids and lubricants are to be used. legal requirements and technical guidelines valid in the individual countries.001 Use of the approved fluids and lubricants.mtu-online. constitutes part of the warranty conditions.com/mtu/mtu-valuecare/mtu-valueservice-Technische-Dokumentation If you have further queries. The correct selection and treatment of these fluids and lubricants are there‐ fore extremely important. make sure you have the latest version. Note: A note provides special instructions that must be observed when performing a task. The latest version is also available at: http://www.1 Preface 1. please contact your MTU representative. The supplier of the fluids and lubricants is responsible for the worldwide standard quality of the named products. Warranty TIM-ID: 0000018549 . tasks and operations that must be followed to avoid haz‐ ards to persons as well as damage to or destruction of material. operational reliability and function of the drive systems are largely dependent on the flu‐ ids and lubricants employed. Certain regulations must be obeyed when handling. A001061/35E 04/2012 | Preface | 5 .

com/mtu/mtu-valuecare/mtu-valueservice-Technische-Dokumentation 6 | Preface | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000018549 . MTU accepts no responsibility whatsoever for improper or illegal use of the flu‐ ids and lubricants which it has approved. Preservation All information on preservation.Users of the products named in these specifications are therefore obliged to inform themselves of the locally valid regulations.mtu-online.. The latest version is also available at: http://www.001 . re-preservation and de-preservation including the approved preserva‐ tives is available in the MTU Preservation and Re-preservation Specifications (publication number A001070/..).

Special features MTU/MTU-DD engine oils The following single-grade and multigrade oils are available from MTU/MTU-DD. The remain‐ ing oil quantity in the engine oil system is not critical in this regard. This can be a punishable offense. projected oil drain interval and onsite climatic conditions. When using diesel particle filters.1 Engine oils Dispose of used fluids and lubricants in accordance with local regulations. Approved engine oils are divided into the following MTU Quality Categories: • Oil category 1: Standard quality / Single and multigrade oils • Oil category 2: Higher quality / Single and multigrade oils • Oil category 2. Mixing different engine oils is strictly prohibited! Changing to another oil grade can be done together with an oil change. oil approval requirements are contained in MTU Factory Standard MTL 5074. For gas engines. They are only approved if the sulfur content in the fuel does not exceed 500 mg/kg.001 It may be necessary therefore to reduce the oil change interval and oil filter service life (one time during change). A001061/35E 04/2012 | Lubricants for Four-Cycle Engines | 7 . Manufacturers of engine oils are notified in writing if their product is approved. When changing to an engine oil in Category 3. The use of engine oils not approved by MTU can mean that statutory emission limits can no longer be observed. it is advisable to use these oils to avoid fast coating of the filter with ash particles.1: Multigrade oils with a low ash-forming additive content (low SAPS oils) • Oil category 3: Highest quality / Multigrade oils • Oil category 3. TIM-ID: 0000018560 . Used oil must never be disposed of via the fuel tank! Requirements of the engine oils for MTU approval The MTU requirements for approval of engine oils for diesel engines are contained in the MTU Factory Standards MTL 5044 and MTL 5051 for first-use oils and corrosion-inhibiting oils. These standards can be or‐ dered under these reference numbers. Selection of a suitable engine oil is based on fuel quality.g.1: Multigrade oils with a low ash-forming additive content (low SAPS oils) Low SAPS oils are oils with a low sulfur and phosphor content and an ash-forming additive content of ≤1%. At present there is no international industrial standard which alone takes into account all these criteria. note that the improved cleaning effect of these engine oils can result in the loosening of engine contaminants (e. carbon deposits).2 Lubricants for Four-Cycle Engines 2.

1 Specification Specification min. M93L N43 and N83 Oils in oil category 1 must not be used! 8 | Lubricants for Four-Cycle Engines | A001061/35E 04/2012 . 120 mg TIM-ID: 0000018560 . Restrictions for applications of Series 2000 M84. Cx6. 40 MTU Premium 15W-40 Table 2: Engine oil for the Series BR 2000 PLD. 40 15W-40 MTU-DD Australia MTU Premium 30. API CG-4/CH-4 and ACEA E2–96 Specification ACEA E7–08 Specification ACEA E9 or API CJ4 Specification ACEA E4–08 Specification ACEA E6–08 Table 3: Chemical-physical properties Test method Total base number Shear stability Deposit test 1) ASTM D2896 ISO 3771 ASTM D3945 or CEC-L-14-A-88 DIN 51535 Limit values of respective viscosity grade Max. 4000-01.Manufacturer MTU/MTU-DD Product name SAE grade Oil category 2 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 Power Guard DEO SAE 40 40 Power Guard DEO SAE 15W-40 15W-40 MTU-Asia Fascination of Power Fascination of Power Fascination of Power Fascination of Power Maxi Shield 40 40 15W-40 15W-40 30. 2000 M94. 4000-01 and 4000-02 can use both the approved engine oils (→ Page 70) as well as other engine oil provided that all performance requirements and characteristics listed in (→ Table 3) and (→ Table 4) are met. 4000-02 The engine in the Series 2000.1 Oil category 3 Oil category 3.001 Limit value > 8mgKOH/g Table 4: 1) Required for multigrade oils used in closed crankcase breather. Sx6 and 4000 M73. Performance requirements Oil category Oil category 1 Oil category 2 Oil category 2.

only engine oils of oil category 3 or 3. R74 and R84.001 Engine oils for engines with exhaust aftertreatment Engines with exhaust aftertreatment place special demands on the oils used to guarantee the operational reliability and service life of the exhaust system and the engine.T94L.Restrictions for applications in Series 2000 M72 The engine oil Mobil Delvac 1630/1640 must not be used! Restrictions for application in Series 4000 T94.1 of SAE grades 5W-40 or 10W-40 must be used! In engines in Series 4000 R64. only engine oils of oil category 3. R64. Restrictions when using low SAPS oils Oil Categories 2. TIM-ID: 0000018560 .1 of SAE grades 5W-40 or 10W-40 must be used! The maximum oil service life is 1000 operating hours with observance of the analyti‐ cal limit values for used oils! Restrictions for applications in Series 595 and 1163 Category 2 or Category 3 oils are normally stipulated for fast commercial ferries using Series 595 and Series 1163 engines. A001061/35E 04/2012 | Lubricants for Four-Cycle Engines | 9 . R84 In engines in Series 4000 T94. the following oils can be used. Restrictions for applications in Series 956 TB31/TB32/TB33 and 1163 TB33 Only the following engine oils may be used: • Shell Sirius X SAE 30 • Fascination of Power 15W-40 • Other engine oils upon request Restrictions for Series 8000 applications Only the following engine oils may be used: • Castrol HLX SAE 30 / SAE 40 • Chevron Delo 400 SAE 30 / SAE 40 • Exxon Mobil Delvac 1630 SAE 30 • Exxon Mobil Delvac 1640 SAE 40 • Shell Sirius X SAE 30 / SAE 40 SAE grade 40 engine oils may only be used in combination with preheating and oil priming (Toil >30 °C). Depending on the technology used for exhaust aftertreatment. Restrictions for Series S60 applications Only multigrade oils of SAE grade 15W-40 marked with index 2) must be used. R74.1 and 3. T94L.1 may be used if the sulfur content in the fuel does not ex‐ ceed 500 mg/kg. The maximum oil service life is 250 operating hours or 1 year.

only low-ash engine oils of category 2. For EPA Tier 4i or Tier 4 and EU IIIb-certified engines with exhaust aftertreatment.1 yes yes yes yes yes SCR system with vanadium catalysts no1) (no particulate filter) SCR system with zeolith catalysts (no no1) particulate filter) Diesel particulate filter Combination system SCR+ particu‐ late filter no1) no1) no1) no1) no1) no1) no1) no1) no1) no1) Table 5: 1) = individual test possible for optional and retrofitted exhaust aftertreatment systems The use of engine oils of categories 1.1 are permitted. with particulate filters.1 yes yes yes yes yes 3 no 1) 3. depending on the application.001 . Selection of viscosity grades Selection of the viscosity grade is based primarily on the ambient temperature at which the engine is to be started and operated. If the prevailing temperature is too low. Figure 1: Viscosity grade chart 10 | Lubricants for Four-Cycle Engines | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000018560 . If the relevant performance criteria are observed the engines can be operated both with single grade and multigrade oils.1 or 3.Exhaust gas technology Oxidation catalyst without particulate filter Approval for oil category 1 no 1) 2 no 1) 2. increased back pressure. Standard values for the temper‐ ature limits in each viscosity grade are shown in (→ Figure 1). 2 and 3 (with ash content >1%) on plants with exhaust aftertreatment results in a significantly reduced service life of the exhaust af‐ ter treatment system and. the engine oil must be preheated. Any possible restrictions related to engine requirements must also be observed.

the engine oil must be changed every two years at the latest irrespective of its category.001 Special additives Engine oils approved have been specially developed for diesel engines and have all necessary proper‐ ties. The intervals quoted (Table) are guidelines based on operational experience and are valid for applica‐ tions with a standard load profile. After completion of all analyses. The numbers of oper‐ ating hours quoted for oils must be confirmed by means of oil analysis. special agreements can be reached for individual cases.5 to 1. The appropriate engine inspections are to be carried out before and after the oil analyses.1 3 3. The oil drain intervals in the table are recommended guidelines when using diesel fuels with < 0. In individual cases the service life of the engine oil can be optimized by regular laboratory analysis and appropriate engine inspections in consultation with the MTU service point responsible: The first oil sample should be taken from the engine as a “basic sample” after the engine has run for approximately 1 hour after being filled with fresh oil.5% sul‐ fur content. The oil drain intervals must be determined by oil analysis if one or more of the following difficult operating conditions are encountered: • Extreme climatic conditions • High engine start-up frequency • Frequent and prolonged idling or low-load operation • High fuel sulfur content of 0. the operating conditions and the fuel used. Oil change intervals Oil category 1 2 2. Further additives are therefore superfluous and may even be harmful.5% by weight (see "Use of High-Sulfur Fuel") For applications involving low runtimes. 500 mg/kg sulfur content. Laboratory analyses General information Orders for engine oil analyses can be placed with MTU. Oil samples must always be taken under the same conditions and at the point provided for that purpose (see Operating Instructions). Where engine oils with higher-grade corrosion-inhibiting characteristics are in use (→ Page 70). and depending on the findings. The defined limit values for the used oil (→ Table 7) must be observed. TIM-ID: 0000018560 . its conditioning.Oil drain intervals for diesel engines Engine oil drain intervals depend on the engine-oil quality. A001061/35E 04/2012 | Lubricants for Four-Cycle Engines | 11 . a change must be carried out every 3 years at the latest.11) 1) Without centrifugal oil filter 250 operating hours 500 operating hours 500 operating hours 750 operating hours 750 operating hours With centrifugal oil filter or by‐ pass filter 500 operating hours 1000 operating hours 1000 operating hours 1500 operating hours 1500 operating hours Table 6: 1) = To be used in conjunction with fuels with max. Further samples are to be analyzed at specific intervals (see "Laboratory Analysis").

25 liters reference sample (after approx. The results of the oil analysis do not necessarily give an indication of the wear status of particular components. An abnormal result requires immediate investigation and remedy of the abnormality. its operating condition and any operational faults are decisive factors with regard to oil changes. These content levels are very much dependent on the following factors.001 12 | Lubricants for Four-Cycle Engines | A001061/35E 04/2012 .25 liters used oil • Min. centrifugal oil filters or separators. The specified test methods and limit values (Analytical Limit Values for Used Diesel Engine Oils) (→ Table 7) indicate when the results of an individual oil sample analysis are to be regarded as abnormal. 1 hour's operation) • Min. it is recommended that regular oil analyses be carried out. MTU does not generally analyze the oil's wear-metal contents in order to determine the degree of engine wear. the engine condition. Oil samples should be taken and analyzed at least once per year and during each oil change and under certain con‐ ditions. an immediate oil change is necessary.25 liters new oil Spectrometric oil analysis Analysis of the engine oil's additive-metal content is carried out by the MTU laboratory to determine the brand of oil. When these limit values are reached or exceeded. among others: • Individual engine equipment status • Tolerance scatter • Operating conditions • Duty profile • Fluids and lubricants • Miscellaneous assembly materials Unambiguous conclusions as to the wear status of the engine components involved are therefore not possible. Some of the signs of oil deterioration are: • Abnormally heavy deposits or precipitates in the engine or engine-mounted parts such as oil filters. 0.The oil sample must be taken in accordance with the Operating Instructions. 0. The limit values relate to individual oil samples. Used-oil analysis In order to check the used oil. sampling / analysis should take place more frequently. • Abnormal discoloration of components. The following data is required: • Oil manufacturer • Brand name with viscosity grade • Oil service life to date • Serial number of engine from which oil sample was taken The following must be submitted (for each oil change): • Min. In addition to the analytical limit values. This means that no limit values can be given for wear-metal contents. depending on application and the engine's operating conditions. 0. especially in comparison with the previous analysis. TIM-ID: 0000018560 .

3.5 (Oil category 2.) ASTM D2896 ISO 3771 ASTM D6304 EN 12937 ISO 6296 Oxidation (A/cm) 1) 15.5 Min. 190 Min.0 (Oil category 1) Max. 50% of new-oil value Max.0 10.1. 25 Max. 2.0 19.001 Table 7: 1) = only possible if there are no ester compounds Use of high-sulfur diesel fuel The following measures must be taken in the case of diesel fuels with a sulfur content above 0.5%: • Use of an engine oil with a total base number (TBN) of more than 8 mgKOH/g • Shorten the oil-change intervals (see Oil change intervals).Analytical limit values for used diesel engine oils Test method Viscosity at 100 °C max.1) Min. 140 Max. mm²/s ASTM D445 DIN 51562 Limit values SAE 30 SAE 5W-30 SAE 10W-30 SAE 40 SAE 5W-40 SAE 10W-40 SAE 15W-40 SAE 20W-40 min. Chart (→ Figure 2) (Total Base Numbers) lists the recommended minimum total base numbers for new and used oils depending on the sulfur content of the diesel fuel. 100 Ethylene glycol (mg/kg) TIM-ID: 0000018560 . mm²/s SAE 30 SAE 5W-30 SAE 10W-30 SAE 40 SAE 5W-40 SAE 10W-40 SAE 15W-40 SAE 20W-40 Flash point °C (COC) Flash point °C (PM) Soot (% weight) ASTM D92 ISO 2592 ASTM D93 EN 22719 DIN 51452 CEC-L-82-A-97 Total base number (mg KOH/g) Water (% by vol. 3 and 3.0 9. 3. 0. A001061/35E 04/2012 | Lubricants for Four-Cycle Engines | 13 .2 DIN 514531) ASTM D2982 Max.

The following checks can be performed: • Determination of oil dispersing capacity (spot test) • Determination of diesel fuel content in the oil • Determination of water content in oil 14 | Lubricants for Four-Cycle Engines | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000018560 . Minimum requirements for operational checks Oil analyses can be carried out using the MTU Test Kit.The total base numbers for the approved engine oils are listed in chapter Approved engine oils (→ Page 70). total base number mgKOH/g. to‐ D Sulfur content of fuel in tal base number for % weight fresh oil Use of low-sulfur diesel fuel The use of diesel fuels with low sulfur content (< 0. Figure 2: Total base number for engine oil depending on sulfur content of the diesel fuel A Total base number in C Min. The test kit contains all the equipment required as well as instructions for use.5%) does not influence the oil drain intervals. ISO 3771 for used oil B Recommended min.001 .

001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Lubricants for Four-Cycle Engines | 15 . which can be ordered under this reference number. mineral-based turbine oils with viscosity grade ISO-VG 68 must be used.Klüber: Structovis BHD MF (highly viscous lubricating oil) • . For ABB turbochargers which are not connected to the engine lube oil system. Grease manufacturers are notified in writing if their product is approved by MTU. 160 °C) Special-purpose lubricants Oil for turbochargers Exhaust turbochargers with integrated oil supply are generally connected to the engine oil system. Greases for internal centerings of couplings Greases for internal centerings: • Esso Unirex N3 (stable up to approx. Lubricating greases for curved tooth couplings Depending on the application. Lubricating greases for general applications Lithium-saponified greases are to be used for all lubrication points with the exception of: • Emergency-air shutoff flaps fitted between turbocharger and intercooler (see Special-purpose lubri‐ cants) • Coupling internal centering Lubricating greases for applications at high temperatures High-temperature grease (up to 250 °C) must be used for emergency-air shutoff flaps located between turbocharger and intercooler: • Aero Shell Grease 15 • Optimol Inertox Medium General purpose greases suffice for emergency-air shutoff flaps located before the turbocharger or after the intercooler. TIM-ID: 0000018561 .2 Lubricating greases Requirements The MTU conditions for lubricating-grease approval are specified in the MTU Factory Standard MTL 5050.Klüber: Klüberplex GE11–680 (adhesive transmission lubricant) Guidelines on use and service life are contained in the relevant Operating Instructions and Maintenance Schedules. the following lubricants have been approved for curved tooth couplings: • .2.

001 . Regular oil analyses are necessary because of the varying gas qualities. The gas engine oils to be used are characterized by the lowest possible ash content. the operating conditions and the fuel used. Gas engines for natural gas operation in Series 4000 L61/L62/L63: Oil samples must be taken every 500 operating hours and examined. When the limit values in accordance with (→ Table 8) are reached or exceeded. Analytical limit value for used gas engine oils SAE 40 Test method Viscosity at 100 °C (mm²/s) Total base number (mg KOH/g) Acid number. Oil drain intervals for Series 4000 L61/L62/L63/L62FB gas engines Engine oil drain intervals depend on the engine-oil quality. 3 and TBN > TAN 16 | Lubricants for gas engines | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000034889 . Another significant factor is the quality of the gas regarding its purity. its conditioning. This prevents increased ash deposits which can lead to reduced catalytic converter performance. Mixing different engine oils is strictly prohibited! Changing to another oil grade can be done together with an oil change. The oil samples must always be taken from the extraction point provided and under the same conditions.1 Engine oils Dispose of used fluids and lubricants in accordance with local regulations.5 Limit values Max. 17.5 Min. TAN (mgKOH/g) ASTM D445 DIN 51562 ASTM D2896 ISO 3771 ASTM D664 New oil value + 2. 11. The oil samples must always be taken from the extraction point provided and under the same conditions. The remain‐ ing oil quantity in the engine oil system is not critical in this regard. Engine oil requirements for gas engines Viscosity grade SAE 40 is stipulated for gas engines! Multigrade oils are not permitted! The selection of a suitable engine oil for gas engines depends primarily on the type of gas used to power the engine.5 Min. Gas engines for biogas operation in Series 4000 L62FB: Oil samples must be taken every 250 operating hours and examined. This requires that the operator regularly carries out gas checks. The results of the oil analyses must be archived and the last respectively oil sample must be stored for any necessary follow-up examinations.3 Lubricants for gas engines 3. an immediate oil change is necessary.

20 Max. 5 Max. 20 Max.5 Max. 100 Max.Test method iph value Water (% by vol.001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Lubricants for gas engines | 17 . 10 Max. ICP Limit values Min. 20 Max. 15 Table 8: TIM-ID: 0000034889 . 20 Max. 4.) ASTM D6304 EN 12937 ISO 6296 Glycol (mg/kg) Oxidation (A/cm) Nitration (A/cm) Wear elements (mg/kg) Iron (Fe) Lead (Pb) Aluminum (Al) Copper (Cu) Tin (Sn) Silicon (Si) ASTM D2982 DIN 51453 IR method RFA. 0. 30 Max.2 Max.

500 Max.all applications except marine Start failures may occur at ambient temperatures < 0 °C when the engine is operated with SAE grade 40 oils.150 Max.3 .10.5 . oils of SAE grade 30 may be used as a short-term solu‐ tion. 1.001 The oil grade must be changed back to SAE 40 as soon as the temperatures allow to do so. 100 Max. TIM-ID: 0000018567 . These oils must.16.0 7.21.4 Lubricants for Two-Cycle Engines 4. 0.00 No limit value Min. 225 Max. however.300 Max.9 200 .8 Min. 700 Min.3 130 . comply with the specification API CF-2 and have a high-temperature viscosity of min. If no start aids are available. 230 Max. 700 16. -15 Min.0 Max. -10 Min. Used oil must never be disposed of via the fuel tank! Engine oil requirements for two-cycle engines of Series 53/71/92 and 149 SAE grade Specification ASTM Viscosity at 100 °C D445 (mm2/s) Viscosity at 40 °C (mm2/s) Pour point (°C) Flashpoint (°C) Sulfated ash (by weight %) D445 D97 D92 D874 API CF-2 Test method ISO EN 3104 EN 3104 3016 2592 DIN 51575 3771 14596 DIN 51363-2/3 DIN 51391-3 12. At lower temperatures (-18 to -32 °C) oils of SAE grade 15W-40 may also be used.0 . Restrictions for Series 53/71/92 marine applications No multigrade oils and single-grade oil of SAE grade 30 must be used! 18 | Lubricants for Two-Cycle Engines | A001061/35E 04/2012 .1 Engine oils Dispose of used fluids and lubricants in accordance with local regulations. 7. 3.7 cP at 150 °C. 100 Limit values Limit values 40 50 Total base number D2896 (mgKOH/g) Calcium (mg/kg) Phosphor mg/kg Zinc (mg/kg) Table 9: Restrictions for Series 53/71/92 applications .

16. 0.0% are used.0 Max. oils with a base number of at least 10mg/KOH/g and with zinc and phosphor contents of max. If starting speed is no longer reached with the use of SAE grade 50 oils. Marine Generator . 0.3 Negative Max. oils of SAE grade 50 must be used! Oil of SAE grade 50 can no longer be recommended at ambient temperatures <7 °C. 0.5% Application C&I.8 Max. 25 Max.8 Max. oils of SAE grade 50 must be used! If fuels with low-sulfur content of 0.5 and 1% are used. silicon.5 to 1. 35 Max. 22.emergency power TIM-ID: 0000018567 . oil from SAE grade 40 can also be used. Restrictions for Series 149 applications For applications with ambient temperatures > 35 °C. 150 Max.continuous operation S 53/71/92/149 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Lubricants for Two-Cycle Engines | 19 . 10 Min. 16. copper (mg/kg) Lead (mg/kg) D1744 D2982 ASTM D5185 ASTM D5185 ASTM D5185 ISO EN 3104 DIN 51452 EN 12937 DIN 51375 Limit value SAE 40 Limit value SAE 50 Min. 100 mg/kg must be used! Analytical limit values for used diesel two-cycle engine oils ASTM Viscosity at 100 °C D445 (mm2/s) Soot content (by weight %) Water (% by vol.3 Max. 12. 10 Oil change intervals with use of fuels with sulfur content < 0.Restrictions for Series 53/71/92 applications For applications with coolant outlet temperatures > 94 °C.) Ethylene glycol Iron (mg/kg) Aluminum.001 Series S 53/71/92 S 149 S 53/71/92/149 Oil change interval 150 h or 1 year 300 h or 1 year 150 h or 6 months 150 h or 3 months Generator .3 Negative Max. 25 Max. the oil service life is short‐ ened.5 Max. No single-grade oils of SAE grade 30 or multigrade oils must be used! If fuel with a sulfur content of between 0. 0.0 Max.

Mixing of different coolant additives and supplementary additives is prohibited! The conditions for the approval of coolant additives are specified in the following MTU works standards (MTL): • MTL 5047: Emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oils • MTL 5048: Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze • MTL 5049: Water-soluble corrosion inhibitors Coolant manufacturers are informed in writing if their product is approved by MTU. The entire cooling system must be free of zinc components. To prevent cooling system damage: • When topping up (following loss of coolant) it must be ensured that not only water but also concen‐ trate is added. of the engine. The only ex‐ ception is Oil 9156. • All corrosion inhibitors currently approved for internal coolant circuit preservation are water-soluble and do not provide antifreeze protection. This means that after draining the cool‐ ant the cooling circuit must be preserved if no more coolant is to be filled.001 All coolants approved in these Fluids and Lubricants Specifications generally relate only to the coolant circuit of MTU engines. Condition‐ ing of the coolant takes place outside the engine. The procedure is described in the MTU Preservation specifications A001070/.. Make sure that the engine is stored safe from frost. Concentrations in excess of this reduce antifreeze protection and heat dissipation. The corrosion-inhibiting effect of coolant is only ensured with the coolant circuit fully filled. Only exception: BASF G206 (special application) • The coolant must be free of oil residue. because a certain amount of coolant remains in the engine after draining. antifreeze protection). • Do not use concentrations of corrosion-inhibiting additives exceeding 55% by volume (max. The specified antifreeze and/or corrosion inhibitor concentration must be maintained. which maintains its corrosion-inhibiting character even when the coolant was drained due to oil-film formation in the circuit.1 General information Coolant definition Coolant = coolant additive (concentrate) + freshwater to predefined mixing ratio ready for use in engine. In the case of complete propulsion plants. This also applies to coolant supply and re‐ turn/drain lines as well as to storage bins. only the corrosion inhibitors approved for internal preservation of the coolant circuit pro‐ vide proper corrosion protection when the medium was drained. the operating fluids approvals of the component manufacturer must be observed! 20 | Coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 . Apart from that. Coolants must be prepared from suitable fresh water and an MTU-approved coolant additive. TIM-ID: 0000018568 .5 Coolants 5.

9 mg/kg CaCO³. yeasts are not permitted! Minimum 0 mmol/l 0°d 6. If the limit values for the water are exceeded. USA hardness • 1°d = 1. Item Sum of alkaline earth metals *) (Water hardness) pH-value at 20 °C Chloride ions Sulfate ions Anions total Bacteria.2 Fresh water requirements Only clean. fungi.5 Maximum 2.79° French hardness • 1°d = 1.5. clear water with values in accordance with those in the following table must be used for pre‐ paring the coolant.0 100 mg/l 100 mg/l 200 mg/l Table 10: Fresh water requirements for coolant treatment 1) Common designations for water hardness in various countries: 1 mmol/l = 5. hardness or mineral content can be decreased by adding demineralized water.25° English hardness TIM-ID: 0000018571 .7 mmol/l 15°d 8.001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Coolants | 21 .6°d = 100 mg/kg CaCO³ • 1°d = 17.

This can be avoided by adding an appropriate quantity of harder water. Under unfavorable conditions. Change the coolant in the event of a sudden drop in coolant additive concentration or if the additive is no longer absorbed. This is shown by a layer on the surface of the coolant in the expansion tank. The required quantity of corrosion-inhibiting oil is best mixed in advance in a container with 4 to 5 times the amount of fresh water and then added to the coolant when the engine is running at operating temper‐ ature. This is of no significance provided that the emulsion concentration remains within the specified limit values.3 Emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oils Emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oils Emulsions of MTU-approved corrosion-inhibiting oils (1.0 – 2. A 2% by volume concentration must be used for initial filling. see the chapter "Flushing and cleaning specifications for engine coolant circuits" (→ Page 125). Flushing with water is required at every change to a different coolant product. individual cases of bacterial attack may occur in the emulsifi‐ able corrosion-inhibiting oils. Some corrosion-inhibiting oils tend to foam if used with completely demineralized water. Only emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oils must be used in engines of the following series: • • • • Series 538 Series 595 Series 956 TB33 up to year of manufacture end of 2008 (see nameplate) 1163 -03 Emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oils must not be used in engines of the following series: • • • • • • • • Series 099 Series 183 Series 2000 Series 396 TE and SE (split-circuit cooling system) Series 396 TB (external intercooler with plate-core heat exchanger) Series 4000 Series S60 Two-cycle engines TIM-ID: 0000018572 . The necessary work is described in the chapter "Flushing and cleaning specifications for engine coolant circuits" (→ Page 125). Treat the coolant emulsion with biocide in this case! Refer to chapter "Flushing and cleaning specifications for engine cooling circuits" (→ Page 125). Special approval presently in effect remains valid. refer to chapter “Approved coolants" (→ Page 96). 22 | Coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 .5.001 The emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oil must never be used for coolant temperature >90 °C! For approved coolant additives for the individual engine series. In maintenance stations or multi-engine installations the complete amount of coolant required should be prepared in a separate container and can then be used for initial filling or replenishment as required.0% by volume) and suitable fresh water provide adequate corrosion protection. Note: Slight precipitation may occur where coolant emulsions are used. If necessary. the engine coolant chambers are to be cleaned. This also applies to new engines if they are preserved with an emulsifiable corrosion inhibitor.

Provided that they are used in approved concentrations. • Series 2000 and 4000: Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze may be used with these engines at seawater temperatures up to 25 °C max. The product BASF G206 is available for use at extremely low temperatures (< -40 °C).001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Coolants | 23 .g. 183. • Series 099. corrosion-inhibiting anti‐ freezes must not be used. Flushing with water is required at every change to a different coolant product. The possibility of using corrosion inhibiting antifreezes for the above-mentioned series for other applica‐ tions (e. The corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentration must be determined not only in accordance with the minimum anticipated temperatures but with the corrosion protection requirements also. Special approval presently in effect remains valid. Note: Propylene glycol-based corrosion-inhibiting antifreezes are stipulated for use in some types of applica‐ tions. refer to chapter “Approved coolants" (→ Page 101). rail) is described in the overview in the chapter (→ Page 96). This also applies to new engines if they are preserved with an emulsifiable corrosion inhibitor. 1163-02. The necessary work is described in the chapter "Flushing and cleaning specifications for engine coolant circuits" (→ Page 125). 396: The use of corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze in these engines is permitted only at seawater temperatures of up to 20 °C maximum. corrosion-inhibiting antifreezes approved by MTU provide effective protection. Marine engines are subject to the following limitations when using corrosion-inhibiting antifreezes: • Series 956-01. 1163-03: These engines are fitted with heating units. For approved coolant additives for the individual engine series. • Series 538. Because of their cooler capacity. 595 and 8000: The use of corrosion-inhibiting antifreezes is not allowed for these engines. 956-02. This brings about a higher temperature level in the engine. TIM-ID: 0000018573 .5. genset.4 Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze These antifreezes are necessary for engines without heating facilities and operating in areas where be‐ low-freezing temperatures may occur. These products have a lower thermal conductivity than the usual ethylene glycol products. see Operational monitoring (→ Page 25).

The relevant concentration range for use is listed in the section on op‐ erational monitoring. refer to chapter “Approved coolants" (→ Page 96). e. The watersoluble corrosion inhibitors recommended by MTU ensure adequate protection provided the correct concentrations are used. 396 and 4000 engines. 183. Flushing with water is required at every change to a different coolant product. The necessary work is described in the chapter "Flushing and cleaning specifications for engine coolant circuits" (→ Page 125).5. This also applies to new engines if they are preserved with an emulsifiable corrosion inhibitor. For approved coolant additives for the individual engine series. in TB systems (with plate-core heat exchanger) and TE systems in Series 099. 2000.5 Water-soluble corrosion inhibitors Water-soluble corrosion inhibitors are required for higher coolant temperatures and large temperature drops in heat exchangers.g. Special arrangements presently in effect remain valid.001 . 24 | Coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000018574 .

Inspections can be carried out using the MTU test kit which contains the necessary equipment. 0.0 50 Antifreeze protection to approx. % by vol.6 Operational monitoring Inspection of the fresh water and continuous monitoring of the coolant are essential for trouble-free en‐ gine operation. Samples of min. chemi‐ cals and instructions for use. Emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oils Ethylene glycol corrosion inhibit‐ ing antifreeze 1. As an additional exhaust gas cooler is installed in the Series 4000-04 and the cooling sys‐ tem is more sensitive.0 35 Antifreeze protection to approx. Permissible concentrations Min.25 l must be supplied. -40 °C 50 Antifreeze protection to approx. pH value and silicon content (only with coolant that contain Si) must be within the values specified in the MTU Fluids and Lubricants Specifications.5. Fresh water and coolant should be inspected at least once per year and with each fill-up. -18 °C TIM-ID: 0000018575 . -18 °C BASF G206 35 Antifreeze protection to approx. This check must be carried out annually or after 3000 operating hours and every time the coolant is filled. The following tests can be conducted with the MTU Test Kit: • Determination of total hardness (°d) • pH value • Chloride content of fresh water • Determination of corrosion-inhibiting oil content • Determination of corrosion inhibitor/antifreeze concentration • Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor content Orders for fresh water and coolant analysis may be placed with MTU. a regular check of the coolant is very important for trouble-free en‐ gine operation. -25 °C The ready-mixed Power Cool Plus Marine (30/70) has a spe‐ cial approval and reduced anti‐ freeze protection Propylene glycol corrosion-inhib‐ 35 iting antifreeze Antifreeze protection to approx. -32 °C 65 Antifreeze protection to approx. 2. The concentration. % by vol.001 Max. -65 °C Table 11: A001061/35E 04/2012 | Coolants | 25 .

Min. % by vol. Water-soluble corrosion inhibi‐ tors: – Arteco Freecor NBI – BASF Glysacorr G93–94 – BP Castrol Extended Life Cor‐ rosion Inhibitor – CCI Corporation A216 – CCI Manufacturing IL Corp. A216 – Chevron Texcool A-200 – Detroit Diesel Corp. Power Cool Plus 6000 – Drew Marine Drewgard XTA – ExxonMobil Mobil Delvac Ex‐ tended Life Corrosion Inhibitor – Ginouves York 719 – MTU Coolant CS100 – Tognum America Inc. Power Cool Plus 6000 – Old World Industries A216 – Valvoline ZEREX G-93 – Detroit Diesel Corp. Power Cool 2000 – Nalco Alfloc 2000 – Nalco Nalco 2000 – Nalco Nalcool 2000 – Penray Pencool 2000 – Arteco Havoline Extended Life Corrosion Inhibitor XLI [EU 032765] – Chevron Texaco Extended Life Corrosion Inhibitor Nitrite Free [US 236514] – Nalco Alfloc (Maxitreat)3477 – Total WT Supra – Fleetguard DCA-4L – Detroit Diesel Corp. Power Cool 3000 – Penray Pencool 3000 5 7 3 9

Max. % by vol. 11

4

11

6

Table 12:

Determination of concentration with hand refractometer
Calibrate the hand refractometer with clean water at coolant temperature. Coolant temperature should be 20 – 30 °C. 26 | Coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012

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Test kits to determine the concentration of other water-soluble corrosion inhibitors, which are approved but not listed in the tables, are available from the respective coolant manufacturer.

Calibration table for water-soluble corrosion inhibitors
Product BASF Glysacorr G93–94 Drew Marine Drewgard XTA Product Product Product Arteco Havoline BP Castrol Extend‐ Nalco Alfloc (Maxi‐ Extended Life Cor‐ ed Life Corrosion treat) 3477 rosion Inhibitor XLI Inhibitor Chevron Texaco CCI Manufacturing Extended Life Cor‐ IL Corp. rosion Inhibitor Ni‐ trite Free CCI Corporation A216 Detroit Diesel Corp. Power Cool Plus 6000 ExxonMobil Mobil Delvac Extended Life Corrosion In‐ hibitor Old World Indus‐ tries A216 Corresponds to a concentration of 1.75 2.0 2.25 2.5 2.75 3.0 7% by volume 8% by volume 9% by volume 10% by volume 11% by volume 12% by volume

Ginouves York 719 Caltex XL Corro‐ sion Inhibitor Con‐ centrate MTU Coolant CS 100 Tognum America Inc.Power Cool Plus 6000 Valvoline ZEREX G-93 Total WT Supra

Reading on hand refractometer at 20 °C (= degrees Brix) 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 2.6 3.0 3.4 3.7 4.1 4.4 4.9 5.6 6.3 7.0 7.7 8.4

Table 13:

Calibration table for corrosion-Inhibiting antifreezes for special applications
Product Propylene glycol corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze BASF G206 Corresponds to a con‐ centration of 24.8 25.5 26.1 26.7 27.4 28.0 28.6 29.2 35% by volume 36% by volume 37% by volume 38% by volume 39% by volume 40% by volume 41% by volume 42% by volume Reading on hand refractometer at 20 °C (= degrees Brix)
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26.3 26.9 27.5 28.2 28.8 29.5 30.1 30.8

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Product Propylene glycol corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze BASF G206 Corresponds to a con‐ centration of 29.8 30.4 30.9 31.5 32.1 32.6 33.2 33.8 34.4 34.9 35.5 36.1 36.7 37.2 37.8 38.3 38.9 39.4 39.9 40.5 41.0 41.5 42.0 43% by volume 44% by volume 45% by volume 46% by volume 47% by volume 48% by volume 49% by volume 50% by volume 51% by volume 52% by volume 53% by volume 54% by volume 55% by volume 56% by volume 57% by volume 58% by volume 59% by volume 60% by volume 61% by volume 62% by volume 63% by volume 64% by volume 65% by volume Reading on hand refractometer at 20 °C (= degrees Brix) 31.3 31.9 32.5 33.1 33.7 34.2 34.8 35.3

Table 14:

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7. 11. 9.001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Coolants | 29 . 7. 7.0 Min. TIM-ID: 0000018576 .0 Table 15: The coolant must be changed in case of noncompliance with the above specifications.5. 9. 25 mg/l Max.0 Min.5 Max.5 Min.0 Min.0 Max. 9. 7.0 Max.7 Limit values for coolants pH value when using: – Emulsifiable corrosion inhibiting oil – Corrosion inhibitor / Antifreeze – Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor for engines with aluminum / light-al‐ loy parts – Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor for engines without aluminum / lightalloy parts Silicon (valid for coolants containing Si) Min.

Power Cool Plus 6000 TIM-ID: 0000018577 . 30 °C. Power Cool 3000 Penray Pencool 3000 Arteco Freecor NBI Chevron Texcool A-200 – Nalco Alfloc 2000 Nalco Nalcool 2000 Nalco Nalco 2000 Detroit Diesel Corp. Coolant concentrate Limit value Brand name / Comments Emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting 6 months oil Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze Products containing propylene glycol Water-soluble corrosion inhibi‐ tors Approx.5.Power Cool Plus 6000 Nalco Alfloc (Maxitreat) 3477 Valvoline ZEREX G-93 5 years Arteco Havoline Extended Life Corrosion Inhibitor XLI [EU 032765] BP Castrol Extended Life Corrosion Inhibitor CCI Corporation A216 CCI Manufacturing IL A216 Chevron Texaco Extended Life Corrosion Inhibitor Nitrite Free [US 236514] Detroit Diesel Corp. Power Cool 2000 Penray Pencool 2000 3 years BASF Glysacorr G93–94 Drew Marine Drewgard XTA Ginouves York 719 Tognum America Inc.8 Storage stability of coolant concentrates The storage stability specification is based on an original sealed and airtight container at a storage tem‐ perature of up to max. 3 years 3 years 1 year 2 years Observe manufacturer's specifications BASF G206 Detroit Diesel Corp.001 ExxonMobol Mobil Delvac Extended Life Corrosion In‐ hibitor Fleetguard DCA-4L Old World Industries A216 Total WT Supra Table 16: 30 | Coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 .

001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Coolants | 31 . Further information can be obtained from the product and safety data sheets for the individual coolants. Take this requirement into account when coolant must be transferred. TIM-ID: 0000018577 . do not store in galvanized bins. Frost protection must be provid‐ ed in winter. dry place. Containers must be hermetically sealed and stored in a cool.Note: For reasons of corrosion protection.

min. total contamination and particle distribution must be complied with in the engine tank for all approved fuel qualities. grav. max. Furthermore. The engines can be operated with most diesel fuels sold worldwide. Emission certification The certification measurements for verifying observance of the statutory emission limits are carried out with the respectively prescribed certification fuels. at 15 °C EN ISO 3675 0.1 Diesel fuels Selection of a suitable diesel fuel The quality of the fuel is very important for satisfactory engine performance. it is advisable to integrate an additional filtering system in the fuel system. visible water. The specified characteristics and limit values (→ Table 17) guarantee an optimum engine performance.001 EN ISO 2719 55 °C (60 °C for SOLAS)1) 32 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 .5 mm²/s 4. Used oil must never be disposed of via the fuel tank! Fuels of comparable quality with following test results: Test methods ASTM Composition The diesel fuel must be free of inorganic acids. long engine service life and acceptable exhaust emission levels. min. In order to achieve optimum engine performance and satisfactory service life for the entire fuel and injec‐ tion system. Dispose of used fluids and lubricants in accordance with local regulations. min. max.820 g/ml EN ISO 12185 0.5 mm²/s TIM-ID: 0000018622 . max. D93 D86 EN ISO 3405 160 – 220 °C 65% by volume 85% by volume 3% by volume D445 D6217 D1298 D4052 D287 EN 12662 24 mg/kg Limit values Total contamination (= fuel-in‐ soluble ingredients) Spec. min. max. API grade at 60 °F Viscosity at 40 °C Flashpoint (closed crucible) Boiling curve: – Initial boiling point – Volume share at 250 °C – Volume share at 350 °C – Residue and loss max. solid foreign matter and chlorous compounds. max. the limit values for water. min.6 Fuels 6.860 g/ml 41 33 EN ISO 3104 1.

It is the fuel supplier's responsibility to provide a fuel that will assure correct engine operation at the expected minimum temperatures and under the given geographical and other local conditions. max. max. EN ISO 20884 . Note: 1 by weight % = 10000 mg/kg = 10000 ppm Laboratory analyses An order for fuel analysis can be placed with MTU.01 by weight % (→ Page 52) D5453.0. D2274 D6079 D4359 max. de‐ D130 at 50 °C gree of corro‐ sion Oxidation stability Oxidation stability Lubricity at 60 °C Filter plugging point Neutralization number TIM-ID: 0000018622 .30% by weight Carbon residue from 10% distilla‐ max. D2622 EN ISO 20846.2 mgKOH/g ISO class 18/17/14 Particle distribution for fuel in tank max. 0.0015% by weight D613 EN ISO 5165. D974 EN 15751 EN ISO 12205 EN ISO 12156-1 DIN EN 116 ISO 4406 20 hours 25 g/m³ 520 µm See Note 2) 0. Max. A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 33 .0% by volume 200 mg/kg 0. 3 hrs.5% by weight . D976 EN ISO 4264 42 EN ISO 2160 1a Corrosion effect on copper.0. a min. EN 14078 Internal MTU procedure max. Series 4000 T94/T94L/R64/R74/R84 Cetane number min. flashpoint of 60 °C (Solas = Safety of life at sea) applies. EN ISO 15195 45 Cetane index min. D6304 D189 D482 max. max. Table 17: 1) 2) For marine application. tion residue Oxide ash: – Engines without exhaust after‐ treatment – Engines with exhaust aftertreat‐ ment Sulfur: – Engines without exhaust after‐ treatment – Engines with exhaust aftertreat‐ ment – Series 2000 Cx6/Sx6.0015% by weight .0. EN ISO 12937 EN ISO 10370 EN ISO 6245 Limit values 7.001 min.Test methods ASTM Fatty acid methyl ester content (FAME) Water max.

cetane index min. Ma‐ rine. 50 mg/kg 956-01 Genset 956-02 Genset 956-03 Genset Approval issued Anti-wear additive re‐ quired Approval issued Anti-wear additive nec‐ essary if sulfur content max.cetane number min.SOLAS: Flashpoint min. 15 mg/kg Series S 60 099 183 396 C&I.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. 45 .With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max.5 mm2/ s . 50 mg/kg Approval issued Anti-wear additive nec‐ essary if sulfur content max.5 mm2/ Anti-wear additive nec‐ essary if sulfur content s max.cetane number min. Genset.5 liters of fuel Approved diesel fuels for MTU engines Commercially available diesel fuels meeting the following specifications are approved for use: Distillate fuels DIN EN 590 and ASTM D975 Fuel specifications DIN EN 590:2010-05 Summer and winter quality Restrictions .cetane index min. 45 or or . 42 .SOLAS: Flashpoint min. S 500. Submarine Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued if: Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued if: . S 5000 ASTM D975-11 Grade 2-D S 15.cetane number min. Rail.viscosity min.Total contamination: Max. 24 mg/kg .Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. S 5000 .viscosity min. 60 °C . 50 mg/kg Anti-wear additive nec‐ essary if sulfur content max. 50 mg/kg 34 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 . 200 mg/kg .The following data is required: • Fuel specifications • Sampling point • Serial number of engine from which fuel sample was taken Submit the following: • 0. 1.Proportion of water: Max. 60 °C . 42 538 Marine 595 Marine Approval issued Anti-wear additive re‐ quired Approval issued if: Approval issued if: . ISO classes 18/17/14 ASTM D975-11 Grade 1-D S 15. 45 or or . 45 . 42 TIM-ID: 0000018622 .cetane index min.cetane number min. S 500. 42 .cetane index min.001 . 1. ISO classes 18/17/14 .

cetane index min. 50 mg/kg Anti-wear additive nec‐ essary if sulfur content max. 50 mg/kg 956-01 Rail Approval issued Anti-wear additive re‐ quired Approval issued if: Approval issued if: . 45 .Total contamination: Max.cetane number min. 1.cetane number min.cetane index min.viscosity min.cetane number min. 42 . ISO classes 18/17/14 .001 Approval issued Anti-wear additive nec‐ essary if sulfur content max. 200 mg/kg .SOLAS: Flashpoint min.cetane number min. 50 mg/kg Approval issued if: Approval issued Anti-wear additive nec‐ essary if sulfur content max.viscosity min.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max. 50 mg/kg 1163-03 Genset Approval issued Anti-wear additive re‐ quired 1163-02 Marine 1163-03 Marine TIM-ID: 0000018622 . 42 . 60 °C .viscosity min. 45 or or . 50 mg/kg Anti-wear additive nec‐ essary if sulfur content max.Proportion of water: Max. 50 mg/kg A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 35 .5 mm2/ s s Anti-wear additive nec‐ essary if sulfur content max. 15 mg/kg Series 956-01 Marine 956-02 Marine Approval issued Anti-wear additive re‐ quired Approval issued if: Approval issued if: .cetane number min. 42 .Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. 42 .cetane index min. 1. 1. 45 or or . S 500. S 500.cetane number min. 60 °C .viscosity min.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. S 5000 Restrictions .cetane index min. 45 .cetane index min.SOLAS: Flashpoint min. 1. ISO classes 18/17/14 .5 mm2/ Anti-wear additive nec‐ essary if sulfur content s max. 50 mg/kg Approval issued if: Approval issued Anti-wear additive re‐ quired .Fuel specifications DIN EN 590:2010-05 Summer and winter quality ASTM D975-11 Grade 1-D S 15. 42 .5 mm2/ Anti-wear additive nec‐ essary if sulfur content s max. 42 . S 5000 ASTM D975-11 Grade 2-D S 15. 50 mg/kg Anti-wear additive nec‐ essary if sulfur content max. 24 mg/kg . 45 . 45 or or .cetane index min.5 mm2/ .

cetane index min.sulfur content max.sulfur content max. N43S. 45 or or . S 500.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max. S 4000 M23F. S 500.sulfur content max. N83 4000 T94. M23S 4000 M33F. 15 mg/kg (CR) .viscosity min. S 5000 Restrictions .sulfur content max.001 . Sx6 2000 PLD Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued if: Approval issued if: .viscosity min.Total contamination: Max.Proportion of water: Max.sulfur content max.cetane index min. S 5000 ASTM D975-11 Grade 2-D S 15.5 mm / . 15 mg/kg 36 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 . 1.SOLAS: Flashpoint min. 45 .sulfur content max. 42 2 . R74. 15 mg/kg (CR) .SOLAS: Flashpoint min. 42 .cetane index min. 45 . 42 .Fuel specifications DIN EN 590:2010-05 Summer and winter quality ASTM D975-11 Grade 1-D S 15. 1. P. 45 or or . 15 mg/kg s . T94L 4000 R64.viscosity min. 45 or or . 42 .cetane index min.cetane number min.cetane number min. 42 TIM-ID: 0000018622 . 24 mg/kg . ISO classes 18/17/14 .cetane index min. 45 .5 mm2/ s 4000-01 4000-02 4000-03 C. M33S 4000 M53. 60 °C .Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max.cetane number min. G. 500 mg/kg (PLD) .cetane number min. 1. 200 mg/kg . 500 mg/kg (PLD) . 15 mg/kg Series 2000 CR 2000 Cx6. R.M93L.cetane number min.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. R84 Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued if: Approval issued if: Approval issued if: Approval issued if: . 42 . 60 °C . ISO classes 18/17/14 .cetane index min. M53R 4000 M63.5 mm2/ s .cetane number min. M63L 4000 M73 .

With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max. 60 °C .Total contamination: Max. Marine.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. 4.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content: max. 42 . 45 or or . ISO classes 18/17/14 .lubricity max.SOLAS: Flashpoint min. ISO classes 18/17/14 . S149 Approval issued Approval issued if: . S71.sulfur content max.001 BS 2869:2010 Part 2 Class D S 60 099 183 396 C&I. 15 mg/kg Series TIM-ID: 0000018622 .cetane number min. 45 . ISO classes 18/17/14 .viscosity min. S92.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. Rail.5 mm2/s. 15 mg/kg Series 8000 Approval issued Approval issued if: Approval issued if: . Submarine 538 Marine 595 Marine 956-01 Genset 956-02 Genset Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary No approval No approval Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued if: . 50 mg/kg Table 18: British Standard 2869 Fuel specifications Restrictions BS 2869:2010 Part 1 Class A2 .lubricity max. 200 mg/kg .5 mm2/s: Preheating required . If viscosity min. 50 mg/kg .SOLAS: Flashpoint min. S 500.Proportion of water: Max.cetane index min. 500 mg/kg No approval No approval A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 37 .SOLAS: Flashpoint min. 24 mg/kg .cetane number min.Fuel specifications DIN EN 590:2010-05 Summer and winter quality ASTM D975-11 Grade 1-D S 15. S 5000 ASTM D975-11 Grade 2-D S 15.5 mm2/ s Two-cycle engines S53.Density: max. 42 .cetane index min.sulfur content min.Viscosity: max. 60 °C . 4.sulfur content max.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. 860 kg/m3 . 460 µm Approval issued if: . 1. 60 °C . S 5000 Restrictions . 460 µm . Genset. S 500.

Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. 15 mg/kg Approval issued if: . 50 mg/kg S53. T94L 4000 R64.M63L 4000 M73 .sulfur content max.sulfur content min. 15 mg/kg Series 956-03 Genset 956-01 Marine 956-02 Marine 956-01 Rail 1163-03 Genset 1163-02 Marine 1163-03 Marine 2000 CR 2000 Cx6. R74. 860 kg/m3 BS 2869:2010 Part 2 Class D .5 mm2/s: Preheating required .With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content: max. 60 °C .Viscosity: max.sulfur content max.lubricity max. R84 8000 Two-cycle engines . M23S 4000 M33F. G. 4. S149 Approval issued if: Approval issued if: Table 19: 38 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 . S71. R. S 4000 M23F. N43S. M53R 4000M63. ISO classes 18/17/14 .lubricity max. 500 mg/kg Approval issued if: . If viscosity min.sulfur content min. 4.sulfur content max.93L. 15 mg/kg Approval issued Approval issued if: . S92.001 No approval Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary No approval Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary No approval No approval Approval issued if: .sulfur content min. 460 µm TIM-ID: 0000018622 . P. N83 4000 T94.5 mm2/s.SOLAS: Flashpoint min.Fuel specifications Restrictions BS 2869:2010 Part 1 Class A2 . 500 mg/kg No approval Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued if: .Density: max. 500 mg/kg No approval Approval issued if: . M33S 4000 M53. Sx6 2000 PLD 4000-01 4000-02 4000 C. 460 µm .

cetane index min. Submarine 538 Marine 595 Marine Approval is‐ sued Approval is‐ sued Approval is‐ sued Approval is‐ sued Approval is‐ sued if: Approval issued No approval Approval issued No approval Approval issued No approval Approval issued No approval Approval issued No approval Anti-wear addi‐ . 500 mg/ kg 956-01 Rail TIM-ID: 0000018622 . 42 .sulfur content tive necessary max. Marine.sulfur content tive necessary max. 500 mg/ kg A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 39 .Solas: Flashpoint min. 15 mg/kg Series S60 099 183 396 C&I.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max. 45 or . 500 mg/ kg No approval No approval No approval 956-01 Genset 956-02 Genset 956-03 Genset 956-01 Marine 956-02 Marine Approval is‐ sued if: Approval issued No approval Anti-wear addi‐ . ISO classes 18/17/14 . 520 µm .Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max.Heating oil Fuel specifications DIN 51603-1:2011-09 Heating oil EL standard Restrictions Heating oil EL low-sulfur DIN 52603-1:2011-09 Heating oil EL alternative .sulfur content tive necessary max. 500 mg/ kg Approval is‐ sued if: Approval issued No approval Anti-wear addi‐ . Rail. Genset.cetane number min.lubricity max.sulfur content tive necessary max.001 1163-03 Genset 1163-02 Marine 1163-03 Marine No approval Approval is‐ sued if: No approval No approval Approval issued No approval Anti-wear addi‐ . 60 °C .

15 mg/kg Approval issued No approval Approval issued No approval Approval issued No approval Approval issued No approval if: . 60 °C . N43S.Fuel specifications DIN 51603-1:2011-09 Heating oil EL standard Heating oil EL low-sulfur DIN 52603-1:2011-09 Heating oil EL alternative Restrictions . 520 µm . R. S 4000 M23F. 40 Approval is‐ sued No approval No approval Approval issued No approval if: . 15 mg/kg Approval is‐ sued No approval Approval issued No approval 8000 Two-cycle engines S53. R74. S71. 45 or . ISO classes 18/17/14 . Sx6 2000 PLD 4000-01 4000-02 4000-03 C.cetane num‐ ber min.cetane num‐ ber min. P. M23S 4000 M33F. N83 4000 T94. M53R 4000 M63. 40 Approval issued No approval Approval issued No approval if: . 15 mg/kg Series 2000 CR 2000 Cx6. G. R84 Approval is‐ sued Approval is‐ sued Approval is‐ sued Approval is‐ sued if: .sulfur content max.cetane number min. S92. 42 . S149 No approval No approval TIM-ID: 0000018622 .001 Table 20: 40 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 .cetane index min. T94L 4000 R64. M33S 4000 M53.lubricity max. M63L 4000 M73 .sulfur content max.93L.Solas: Flashpoint min.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max.

5% 595 Marine Approval issued if: .viscosity 1. 24 mg/kg . 0.cetane index min.cetane index min. 0.sulfur content max.5 to 4.sulfur content max. 60 °C .5% No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval upon request upon request No approval No approval upon request upon request upon request No approval upon request upon request upon request No approval No approval No approval No approval Marine distillate fuel in accordance with DIN ISO 8217:2011-09 DMA DMZ DMB TIM-ID: 0000018622 .5% No approval No approval No approval Approval issued if: .sulfur content max.cetane number min.5% Approval issued if: .870 g/ml .Proportion of water: 200 mg/kg . 15 mg/kg Series S60 099 183 396 C&I. 42 .870 g/ml .sulfur content max. Rail.cetane number min.viscosity 1.001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 41 . 0.Marine distillate fuels in accordance with ISO 8217:2011-09 Fuel specifications DMX Restrictions To comply with SOLAS the flash‐ point must be min.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max.5 mm2/s .Total contamination: Max.820 to 0.5% Approval issued if: . ISO classes 18/17/14 With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max.sulfur content max.820 to 0.density 0. 0. 45 or . Genset.5 mm2/s .sulfur content max. Sub‐ marine 538 Marine Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued if: .density 0. 42 .5% 956-01 Genset 956-02 Genset 956-03 Genset 956-01 Marine 956-02 Marine No approval No approval No approval Approval issued if: . Marine. 0. 45 or .5 to 4. 0.

24 mg/kg .preheating re‐ .Proportion of water: 200 mg/kg .870 g/ml mm2/s: . M33S if viscosity min.5 mm2/s: . M23S Approval issued Approval issued if: No approval 4000 M33F.NFV filter and water separator are 2 used 4000 M53.820 to 0.5 . M63L . ISO classes 18/17/14 With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max.sulfur content max.sulfur content max.density 0. 4. G.5 mm2/s .density 0. 42 .cetane index min. 0.001 No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval Except for area of application of EPA Tier 2 42 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 . 45 or . 0.5% 1163-03 Genset 1163-02 Marine 1163-03 Marine No approval Approval issued if: .Fuel specifications DMX Restrictions Marine distillate fuel in accordance with DIN ISO 8217:2011-09 DMA DMZ DMB To comply with SOLAS the flash‐ point must be min.5 to 4.5 mm2/s .sulfur content max.viscosity 1. Sx6 2000 PLD 4000-01 4000-02 4000-03 C. 4.5% No approval Approval issued if: . 42 quired if viscosity min.cetane index min. R.5% 2000 CR 2000 Cx6.preheating re‐ quired TIM-ID: 0000018622 . 4.870 g/ml .density 0. 42 . 0. 45 or .cetane number min.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max.cetane number min.820 to 0.cetane index min.5% Approval issued if: .5 . S Approval issued Approval issued if: No approval if viscosity min. 15 mg/kg Series 956-01 Rail Approval issued if: .sulfur content max.cetane number min. 60 °C .5 to 4. 0.Total contamination: Max. M53R mm /s: 4000 M63. 45 or .viscosity 1.preheating required 4000 M23F. P.870 g/ml .820 to 0.

ISO classes 18/17/14 With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max.Total contamination: Max.5 . S71.cetane number min. S149 TIM-ID: 0000018622 .preheating required Except for area of application of EPA Tier 2 4000 T94. 45 or .Proportion of water: 200 mg/kg .preheating required Two-cycle engines S53. 45 or quired . T94L 4000 R64.Fuel specifications DMX Restrictions Marine distillate fuel in accordance with DIN ISO 8217:2011-09 DMA DMZ DMB To comply with SOLAS the flash‐ point must be min. R84 8000 Approval issued Approval issued if: No approval if viscosity min.5 to 4. 42 if viscosity min.5 mm2/s: . 24 mg/kg .NFV filter and water separator are used if viscosity min.5 mm2/s .preheating re‐ . 4. S92. 60 °C . 42 quired . N83 Approval issued Approval issued if: No approval if viscosity min. 4.density 0.cetane number min.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max.cetane index min.viscosity 1. 15 mg/kg Series 4000 M73 . 4.M93L.001 No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval Table 21: A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 43 .820 to 0.density 0.preheating re‐ . R74.820 to 0. 4.cetane index min.5 mm2/s: .5 .870 g/ml mm2/s: .870 g/ml mm2/s: . N43S.

Aviation turbine fuel Fuel specifications F-34 / F-35 JP-8 Restrictions Series S60 099 183 396 C&I. approval upon request Generally not approved. approval upon request Generally not approved.001 F-44 JP-5 F-63 in accordance with DCSEA 108/A Generally not approved. G. Submarine 538 Marine 595 Marine 956-01 Genset 956-02 Genset 956-03 Genset 956-01 Marine 956-02 Marine 956-01 Rail 1163-03 Genset 1163-02 Marine 1163-03 Marine 2000 CR 2000 Cx6. M33S 4000 M53.M93L 4000 T94. approval upon request Generally not approved. S149 Generally not approved Generally not approved Generally not approved. approval upon request Generally not approved. R. approval upon request Table 22: 44 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 . R84 8000 Two-cycle engines S53. S 4000 M23F. P. Sx6 2000 PLD 4000-01 4000-02 4000-03 C. Marine. M53R 4000 M63. approval upon request Generally not approved. approval upon request Generally not approved Generally not approved. M63L 4000 M73 . S71. approval upon request Generally not approved. S92. approval upon request Generally not approved Generally not approved. M23S 4000 M33F. approval upon request Generally not approved. T94L 4000 R64. R74. Rail. approval upon request Generally not approved. approval upon re‐ quest Approval issued Generally not approved. Genset. approval upon request TIM-ID: 0000018622 .

60 °C . Submarine 538 Marine 595 Marine 956-01 Genset 956-02 Genset 956-03 Genset 956-01 Marine 956-02 Marine 956-01 Rail Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary if sulfur content max.001 Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary Approval issued if: .Total contamination: Max.Lubricity: max. ISO classes 18/17/14 . ISO classes 18/17/14 . 15 mg/kg Approval issued A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 45 .Lubricity: max.sulfur content max. 15 mg/kg Series S60 099 183 396 C&I.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. 50 mg/kg 1163-03 Genset Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary if sulfur content max.SOLAS: Flashpoint min. 50 mg/kg Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary if sulfur content max.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max.Total contamination: Max.SOLAS: Flashpoint min. 15 mg/kg . 50 mg/kg Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary if sulfur content max. 50 mg/kg Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary if sulfur content max. 60 °C NATO Code F-54 in accordance with STANAG 7090 Issue 4 Approval if fuel corresponds to diesel fuel DIN EN 590:2010-05 . 520 µm Furthermore: .NATO diesel fuels Fuel specifications Restrictions NATO Code F-54 in accordance with TL 9140-001 Issue 8 Approval if fuel corresponds to diesel fuel DIN EN 590:2010-05 . 0. 15 mg/kg Approval issued 1163-02 Marine 1163-03 Marine 2000 CR 2000 Cx6.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. 520 µm Furthermore: . 24 mg/kg . Genset. Sx6 2000 PLD Approval issued Anti-wear additive necessary if sulfur content max. 24 mg/kg .sulfur content max.Density: min.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max. 50 mg/kg TIM-ID: 0000018622 .820 g/ml . Marine. Rail. 50 mg/kg Approval issued if: .

60 °C NATO Code F-54 in accordance with STANAG 7090 Issue 4 Approval if fuel corresponds to diesel fuel DIN EN 590:2010-05 . 15 mg/kg Approval issued if: . ISO classes 18/17/14 . T94L 4000 R64. 460 µm Approval issued Approval issued if: . 24 mg/kg . R84 8000 Two-cycle engines S53. S71. G. M23S 4000 M33F. 60 °C . 520 µm Furthermore: .Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. 50 mg/kg Approval issued Approval issued if: .Fuel specifications Restrictions NATO Code F-54 in accordance with TL 9140-001 Issue 8 Approval if fuel corresponds to diesel fuel DIN EN 590:2010-05 .Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. 15 mg/kg Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Table 23: 46 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000018622 .SOLAS: Flashpoint min.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max. R74.sulfur content max.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max. 24 mg/kg .Total contamination: Max. M63L 4000 M73 . 15 mg/kg Series 4000-01 4000-02 4000-03 C.Density: min. 520 µm Furthermore: . S149 Approval issued if lubricity max.Total contamination: Max. 0. R.001 .SOLAS: Flashpoint min.Lubricity: max. S 4000 M23F. ISO classes 18/17/14 .93L. 15 mg/kg . P. M33S 4000 M53. N43S.Lubricity: max.820 g/ml .sulfur content max. M53R 4000 M63. S92. N83 4000 T94.sulfur content max.

Possible power reduction and min.05 % 956-01 Rail Approval issued Approval issued if: . 15 mg/kg .Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. Submarine 538 Marine 595 Marine No approval Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued No approval upon request upon request upon request upon request Approval issued if: . 45 or . 42 . Genset.5 % and min. 0.815 g/ml increase due to density range of 0.5 % and min. 0. 0.max. 42 .815 to 0. 42 .860 g/ml . 0.cetane number min.Particle distribution for fuel in .Proportion of water: Max.001 No approval No approval . 45 or .density 0.cetane index min. ISO classes 18/17/14 mg/kg .sulfur content max.Total contamination: Max.cetane number min.0 % → Adapt oil and oil change inter‐ val Restrictions . sulfur content 1.860 g/ml .cetane index min. 45 or TIM-ID: 0000018622 . 0. 24 mg/kg . 15 mg/kg Series S60 099 183 396 C&I.Reduced power possible due to .cetane number min. Marine.sulfur content max.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max. 200 tank: max.05 % 956-01 Genset 956-02 Genset 956-03 Genset 956-01 Marine 956-02 Marine Approval issued Approval issued if: .density 0.880 g/ml .860 g/ml .820 to 0. Rail.cetane index min. 0.05 % A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 47 . density of 0.820 to 0.820 to 0.5 % and min.density 0.Fuel specifications Comments NATO Code F 75 TL 9140-0003 NATO Code F 75 STANAG 1385 . ISO classes 18/17/14 With exhaust aftertreatment: Sul‐ fur content max.sulfur content max.

M63L 4000 M73 . P. M23S 4000 M33F.Fuel specifications Comments NATO Code F 75 TL 9140-0003 NATO Code F 75 STANAG 1385 .5 % and min.Possible power reduction and min.Reduced power possible due to . 24 mg/kg . R84 No approval No approval TIM-ID: 0000018622 . 42 .cetane number min. 200 tank: max.Total contamination: Max.815 g/ml increase due to density range of 0. ISO classes 18/17/14 With exhaust aftertreatment: Sul‐ fur content max. 15 mg/kg Series 1163-03 Genset 1163-02 Marine 1163-03 Marine No approval Approval issued No approval Approval issued if: . S 4000 M23F. 45 or 48 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 . 15 mg/kg . density of 0. N83 Approval issued Approval issued if: .860 g/ml .880 g/ml . sulfur content 1. Sx6 2000 PLD 4000-01 4000-02 4000-03 C. 45 or . 45 or .93L. N43S.sulfur content max.001 No approval No approval Approval issued Approval issued if: .cetane index min.815 to 0.cetane index min.Proportion of water: Max. R.cetane index min.cetane number min. ISO classes 18/17/14 mg/kg . M53R 4000 M63.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max.density 0.cetane number min. M33S 4000 M53. T94L 4000 R64.Particle distribution for fuel in . G.820 to 0.05 % 2000 CR 2000 Cx6.max.0 % → Adapt oil and oil change inter‐ val Restrictions . 0.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. 42 Approval issued Approval issued . R74. 0. 42 4000 T94.

15 mg/kg .With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max. 42 . 50 mg/kg Two-cycle engines S53.density 0.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max.880 g/ml . 50 mg/kg Approval issued if: .With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max.density 0.815 g/ml increase due to density range of 0. 24 mg/kg .Total contamination: Max.820 to 0. 24 mg/kg .cetane index min.Particle distribution for fuel in . 200 tank: max.Proportion of water: Max.820 to 0.sulfur content max.0 % → Adapt oil and oil change inter‐ val Restrictions .Fuel specifications Comments NATO Code F 75 TL 9140-0003 NATO Code F 75 STANAG 1385 .Reduced power possible due to .cetane number min.815 to 0. ISO classes 18/17/14 .820 to 0.sulfur content max.Possible power reduction and min. ISO classes 18/17/14 With exhaust aftertreatment: Sul‐ fur content max. 15 mg/kg Series 8000 Approval issued if: . S149 Fuel specifications No approval NATO Code F 76 STANAG 1385 Edition 5 Restrictions No approval NATO Code F 76 DEF-STAN 91-4 Issue 8 NATO Code F 76 MIL-DTL-16884L .860 g/ml .max. 200 mg/kg .Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max.Proportion of water: Max. sulfur content 1. S92.820 to 0.001 Approval issued Approval issued if: . density of 0.860 g/ml Approval issued 099 Approval issued Approval issued if: . ISO classes 18/17/14 mg/kg .Total contamination: Max. S71.density 0. 45 or . 15 mg/kg Series S60 TIM-ID: 0000018622 .density 0.860 g/ml Approval issued 183 Approval issued Approval issued if: .860 g/ml Approval issued A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 49 .

sulfur content max.860 g/ml . 42 .860 g/ml upon request Approval issued if: .cetane index min.5 % 956-01 Rail Approval issued if: .820 to 0.cetane index min.cetane number min.Fuel specifications NATO Code F 76 STANAG 1385 Edition 5 NATO Code F 76 DEF-STAN 91-4 Issue 8 NATO Code F 76 MIL-DTL-16884L Restrictions .sulfur content max.cetane index min.820 to 0.cetane number min.820 to 0. 0.860 g/ml upon request Approval issued if: .density 0.cetane number min.Proportion of water: Max. 42 Approval issued if: .860 g/ml .Total contamination: Max.860 g/ml Approval issued if: .820 to 0.cetane number min. 42 No approval No approval No approval Approval issued Approval issued if: .820 to 0.860 g/ml .density 0.density 0.density 0.density 0. 45 or . Rail. 45 or .cetane index min.density 0.820 to 0. 45 or . 200 mg/kg .cetane number min. Submarine 538 Marine 595 Marine upon request Approval issued if: . Genset. 42 .density 0.860 g/ml . 45 or . 0.5 % 956-01 Genset 956-02 Genset 956-03 Genset 956-01 Marine 956-02 Marine Approval issued if: .density 0.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max.820 to 0.density 0. 15 mg/kg Series 396 C&I.cetane index min.860 g/ml .820 to 0.001 .820 to 0. 24 mg/kg . Marine.sulfur content max. 42 . 42 upon request 50 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000018622 .density 0.5 % 1163-03 Genset No approval No approval No approval Approval issued if: .cetane index min.860 g/ml Approval issued if: . 0.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max.860 g/ml . 45 or . 45 or .cetane number min.820 to 0. ISO classes 18/17/14 .

45 or .5 % 2000 CR 2000 Cx6.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max.density 0.cetane number min.cetane number min. 15 mg/kg Series 1163-02 Marine 1163-03 Marine Approval issued if: . 45 or . M63L 4000 M73 . R74. P.sulfur content max. M53R 4000 M63. G. 42 4000 M23F.860 g/ml . 42 Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued Approval issued if: . M23S 4000 M33F. 42 Approval issued Approval issued if: . 45 or . 200 mg/kg . 24 mg/kg . 45 or .820 to 0. N83 Approval issued if: . Sx6 2000 PLD 4000-01 4000-02 4000-03 C.cetane number min.With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max.001 No approval No approval No approval 4000 R64.density 0.density 0. 42 4000 T94. T94L TIM-ID: 0000018622 .cetane index min. S Approval issued if: . 42 .cetane number min.cetane index min.cetane number min.cetane index min. R.820 to 0.Total contamination: Max. 45 or .cetane index min.cetane index min. N43S.Proportion of water: Max.860 g/ml Approval issued if: . ISO classes 18/17/14 . R84 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 51 .Fuel specifications NATO Code F 76 STANAG 1385 Edition 5 NATO Code F 76 DEF-STAN 91-4 Issue 8 NATO Code F 76 MIL-DTL-16884L Restrictions .cetane number min.M93L. 42 Approval issued No approval No approval No approval Approval issued if: . 45 or . 0. M33S 4000 M53.820 to 0.cetane index min.860 g/ml .

density 0.sulfur content max. the following fuels can be used. .cetane number min.cetane number min. ISO classes 18/17/14 .With exhaust aftertreatment: Sulfur content max. 15 mg/kg Series 8000 Approval issued if: Approval issued if: Approval issued if: .820 to 0. S149 No approval No approval No approval .820 to 0.Particle distribution for fuel in tank: max. 200 mg/kg . 42 . Depending on the technology used for exhaust aftertreatment.density 0.Fuel specifications NATO Code F 76 STANAG 1385 Edition 5 NATO Code F 76 DEF-STAN 91-4 Issue 8 NATO Code F 76 MIL-DTL-16884L Restrictions .001 Restrictions: Oxidation catalyst DOC (without par‐ ticulate filter) Particle oxi‐ dation cata‐ lyst (POC) S15 S15 No approval No approval Ash <10 mg/ S15 S15 No approval kg Ash <10 mg/ Ash <10 mg/ kg kg No approval No approval 52 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 .density 0.sulfur content max. S92.cetane index min. 50 mg/kg 50 mg/kg Table 24: – Other qualities on request Diesel fuels for engines with exhaust aftertreatment Engines with exhaust aftertreatment place special demands on the fuels used to guarantee the opera‐ tional reliability and service life of the exhaust system and the engine.cetane index min.sulfur content max.Proportion of water: Max. 45 or 45 or 45 or .870 g/ml . .870 g/ml . Technical approval for Exhaust gas technology DIN EN ASTM 590:2010-05 D975-11 Grade 1-D ASTM D975-11 Grade 2-D DMX in ac‐ cordance with DIN ISO 8217:2011-0 9 DMA in ac‐ cordance with DIN ISO 8217:2011-0 9 Heating oil in accordance with DIN 51603-1:201 1-09 EL lowsulfur No approval TIM-ID: 0000018622 .cetane index min.870 g/ml 0.Total contamination: Max. S71. . 24 mg/kg .820 to .cetane number min. 42 . 50 mg/kg Two-cycle engines S53. 42 .

0. The use of fuels with an increased pro‐ portion of biodiesel is not permitted for plants with exhaust aftertreatment because trace el‐ ements they may contain can act as catalyst poisons and lead to filter obstructions.001 Fuel additives for lowering the soot regeneration temperature (FBC. Biodiesel The standardized general term “FAME” (fatty acid methyl ester) is used here to designate biodiesel fuels. The exhaust aftertreatment system from MTU are designed such that soot regeneration takes place without additives. 7% in ac‐ cordance with DIN EN 590:2010-05 may be used. Diesel fuel with a proportion of biodiesel (FAME.001 %). fuel in accordance with DIN EN 590:2010-05 and ASTM D 975-11 Grade1-D S15 and Grade 2D S15 are permitted. The following engines are approved/not approved for operation with 100% FAME in compliance with DIN EN 14214:2010-04. fuel borne catalyst) are generally not approved. For engines with exhaust aftertreatment certified for EPA Tier 4i or Tier 4 and EU IIIb. A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 53 . The use of fuel additives for minimizing wear is not permitted on plants with exhaust after‐ treatment! Use of fuel additives for lowering soot regeneration temperature on plants with soot filter TIM-ID: 0000018622 . The maximum ash content in fuel specified by MTU has been defined to ensure that the particu‐ late filter reaches the assured service life without the back pressure of the filter becoming too high for the engine. Commercially available diesel fuel according to DIN EN 590:2010-05 normally contains sig‐ nificantly less ash-creating components than permitted by the relevant standards (typical ash content max. The particulate filters are designed for these low loads accord‐ ingly because the exhaust system would otherwise be completely overdimensioned.Technical approval for SCR system with vanadi‐ um catalysts (no particu‐ late filter) SCR system with zeolith catalysts (no particulate filter) S15 S<500 mg/kg with individu‐ al case ap‐ proval S15 S15 S<500 mg/kg with individu‐ al case ap‐ proval S15 No approval No approval No approval Individual case approval Diesel partic‐ Ash <10 mg/ S15 S15 Individual case approval ulate filter kg Ash <10 mg/ Ash <10 mg/ (DPF) kg kg Combination Ash <10 mg/ S15 S15 Individual case approval system SCR kg Ash <10 mg/ Ash <10 mg/ + particulate kg kg filter No approval No approval Table 25: Any possible restrictions related to engine requirements must also be observed. fatty acid methyl ester) of max.

The various mixtures of FAME and normal diesel fuel which may occur in the fuel tank as a result. Such fuel may also be used in engines which have not been approved for opera‐ tion with FAME. without affecting oil drain intervals. Engine oil and servicing • For operation using 100% FAME. engine oil and filter change intervals must be shortened for operation both with pure FAME and with FAME-diesel mixtures. Its high boiling point means that FAME does not evaporate but remains in the engine oil in its entirety. engine oils are to be preferred which comply with MB Fluids and Lubricants Specifications. 7% in compliance with DIN EN 590 2010-05 may be used. Operation with fuels of lower quality can lead to damage and malfunctions. Engine oils in accordance with Sheet 228.Approved/non-approved engines for operation with 100% FAME Series SUN 700 750 OM 457 LA 460 900 500 S 40 S 50 S 60 2000 396 4000 595 956 1163 8000 From series introduction From series introduction From series introduction From series introduction Approved / Not approved Conversion necessary No approval No approval No approval No No No No No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval No approval Table 26: Diesel fuel with a FAME content of max. • For this reason. Sheet 228.5 or Oil Category 3 in accordance with MTU Fluids and Lubri‐ cants Specifications. 460. special equipment is available which facilitates an increase in the engine oil change intervals for operation with 100% FAME (→ Table 27). Fuel • The fuel must comply with DIN EN 14214:2010-04. Under certain conditions chemical reactions may take place between FAME and the engine oil. present no problems.001 . It is intended that future engine series will be approved for operation with 100% FAME. This involves fitting the engines with special equipment Code MK21 (special unit pump) and Code MK04 (fuel prefilter with heated water separator). • A certain amount of fuel always finds its way into the engine oil via the pistons and cylinders.3 or Oil Category 2 as per MTU Fluids and Lubricants Specifications may also be used provided that oil drain intervals are reduced. • Either FAME or diesel fuel may be used. 900 and 500 engines. • For Series 457. 54 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000018622 . Further details will be published at the appropriate time. This can lead to engine damage.

Reduction of engine oil change interval to 50% of the standard interval required for operation with fossil diesel fuels. TIM-ID: 0000018622 . must therefore be avoid‐ ed. Engine power corrections are not permissible. deposits in the combustion chambers and oil sludge)! Low-sulfur diesel fuels Sulfur is contained in chemically bound form in crude oil and is therefore present in fuel at varying levels. • Prior to any extended period out of operation. • The characteristic smell of FAME exhaust. • FAME is an extremely effective solvent. especially during long periods of idling.Effects on the engine oil change interval with operation with 100% FAME Engine version Engines not fitted with special equipment for operation with FAME Engines fitted with special equipment Code MK21 and Code MK04 Engine oil change interval Reduction of engine oil change interval to 30% of the standard interval required for operation with fossil diesel fuels. General information • We can make no comment with regard to the level of FAME resistance of the fuel system. Table 27: The relevant engine oil change intervals must be complied with without fail! Exceeding the engine oil change intervals can cause engine damage! • Operation with 100% FAME requires shortened fuel filter change intervals. fuel filter service life may be reduced as a result of old residues being carried into the filter from the fuel system. 8%-10% in en‐ gine power. may be perceived as unpleasant. for example. This fuel prefilter with heated water separator is already installed on engines fitted with special equip‐ ment Code MK04. All resultant irregularities and consequential damage lie outside our responsibility. A special. the fuel system must be flushed out in order to prevent congestion. operation with 100% FAME involves a reduction of approx. • Fuel and engine oil must be changed approximately 25 operating hours after conversion to FAME due to the danger of blockage caused by loosened deposits (FAME has a pronounced cleaning effect).001 Vegetable oils as an alternative to diesel fuel The use of pure vegetable oils as an alternative to diesel fuel or FAME is strictly prohibited due to the absence of standardization and to negative experience (engine damage caused by coking. The nuisance caused by smell can be reduced by an oxidation catalyst which may be installed by the vehicle / equipment manufacturers at their own risk. which is not part of our scope of supply. approved fuel prefilter can be installed as an improvement. A new fuel filter must be fitted each time the engine oil is changed. Engine power and engine standstill • Due to its calorific value. Our company accepts no responsibility for and provides no warranty in respect of any fault or damage connected in any way with the use of FAME of a lower quality or resulting from noncompliance with our specifications on operation using FAME. the engine must be operated for at least 30 minutes on FAME-free diesel fuel. • Over longer periods. For flushing. This leads to a corresponding increase in fuel consumption as compared to operation with diesel fuel. Any contact with paint. A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 55 .

+01 440–943–4200 Tunap Industrie GmbH Bürgermeister-Seidl-Str. lubricity additives. +49 (0)8171/1600–91 Tunadd PS 250 -350 mg per 1 kg Brand name ADX 766 M Concentration for use 250 -350 mg per 1 kg Table 28: Diesel fuels in winter operation At low outdoor temperatures.A sulfur content of max. 652. Flow improvers Flow improvers cannot prevent paraffin precipitation but they do influence the size of the crystals and allow the diesel fuel to pass through the filter. If no frost-resistant diesel fuels are available. the use of low-sulfur fuel (< 50 mg/kg) can lead to increased valve seat wear. 1163 engines with cylinder heads not fitted with valve seat inserts. Low-sulfur diesel fuels (max. diesel fuel with suitable cold-flow characteristics is available on the market. 2 82515 Wolfratshausen Tel. In order to prevent operational problems (e. Ohio 44092 USA Tel. are added by the manufacturer. Deviations are possible during transitional periods and in individual countries. Required quantities and mixing procedures must be carried out according to the manufacturer's instruc‐ tions. 50 mg/kg or 10 mg/kg (depending on category) has been a European Union requirement since 01 Jan 2005. The term “sulfur-free” is used here to designate diesel fuels with a sulfur content of max. paraffin oil or aviation turbine fuel must be added before frost sets in. 595. As a basic guide. Certainty is only assured after laboratory testing of the filtering capability. +49 (0)8171/1600–0 Fax. Approved anti-wear additives Manufacturer The Lubrizol Corporation 29400 Lakeland Boulevard Wickliffe. In order to avoid problems with wear.g. the diesel fuel's fluidity can be inadequate on account of paraffin precipita‐ tion. 56 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000018622 . 1° C. 956. Add the additive to the diesel fuel in good time before the fluidity of the diesel fuel is impaired by paraffin precipitation. adding 5% by volume achieves an im‐ provement of frost resistance of approx. among other things. The approved supplementary additives (→ Table 28) must be mixed with the fuel in the predefined concentration. 10 mg/kg. Petrol (gasoline) must not be added. clogged filters) during the winter months.001 . 538. The effectiveness of the flow improvers is not guaranteed for every fuel. Malfunctions resulting from paraffin precipitation can only be eliminated by heating the en‐ tire fuel system. 50 mg/kg) are to be recommended for environ‐ mental reasons. This wear can be reduced by the addition of anti-wear additives. The additive must be filled before every refueling. On Series 362.

there are no technical reasons why it can not be used in the diesel engine TIM-ID: 0000018623 .001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 57 .2 Heating oil EL Heating oil differs from diesel fuel mainly because of the following non-specified characteristics: – Cetane number – Sulfur content – Oxidation stability – Corrosion effect on copper – Lubricity – Low temperature behavior If the heating requirements comply with the specifications of the diesel fuel DIN EN 590:2010-05 (summ‐ er and winter quality).6.

+49 (0) 40/52100-00 Fax.0 l / 1000 l 0. Approved biocides Manufacturer ISP Global Technologies Deutschland GmbH Emil-Hoffmann-Str. +27 21 9794611 E-mail: maintech@telkomsa. Many of these fuels already contain performance-enhancing additives.5 l / ton 100-200 mg/kg Fax. the appropriate concentration must be identified in consultation with the relevant manufacturer.3 Fuel additives / microorganisms in fuel Supplementary fuel additives The engines are so designed that satisfactory operation with normal. commercially available fuels is en‐ sured.001 Brand name Bakzid Concentration for use 100 ml / 100 l grotamar 71 grotamar 82 StabiCor 71 Kathon FP 1. For prophylactic use.5 l / ton 1. The anti-wear additives in (→ Page 32) represent an exception.5 0. +49 (0) 40/52100-244 Rohm und Haas In der Kron 4 60489 Frankfurt Tel. the fuel must be treated with biocides in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications. +49 (0) 69/7895356 Table 29: 58 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 .6.net Dieselcure Fuel Decontainment 1 : 4000 (250mg/kg) TIM-ID: 0000018624 . +49 (0)2236 9649 304/301 Fax. Attention is drawn to the fact that the use of diesel fuels or additives other than those stipu‐ lated in the MTU Fluids and Lubricants Specifications is always the responsibility of the op‐ erator. Microorganisms in fuel Bacterial attack and sludge formation may occur in the fuel under unfavorable conditions. Overconcen‐ tration must always be avoided. The additives are added by the supplier as the agent responsible for product quality. In such cases. 1a 50996 Köln Tel. +27 21 9877377 Fax. +49 (0)2236 9649 295 Schülke und Mayr 22840 Norderstedt Tel. +49 (0) 69/78996–0 Maintenance Technologies Simon's Town 7995 Cape Town – South Africa Tel.

Main ingredients of natural gases Name Natural gas Components CO CO2 CH4 C 2H 6 C 3H 8 C4H10 N2 O2 Unit % by vol. mainly from fermentation processes Name Fuel gases of bio‐ genic origin Components CO CO2 CH4 C 2H 6 TIM-ID: 0000018625 . In the entire application and operating range of the engine. Generally valid limits for the main ingredients are specified in (→ Table 30) and (→ Table 31). % by vol. % by vol. unless they are explicitly restricted. Value range unnamed 15 . The listed components are relevant to gas engines. % by vol. % by vol. Compo‐ nents other than those listed below are not permitted for gas engines. are based on the general requirements of freedom from fluid elements.001 Unit % by vol.6. % by vol. Liquid fuels are not permissible and not specified. the exclu‐ sion of condensate and hydrocarbons and the global parameters of gas mixing (→ Table 35). % by vol. % by vol.85 unnamed unnamed unnamed remainder remainder C 3H 8 C4H10 N2 O2 Table 31: A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 59 . Value range <2 < 10 80-100 < 12 <9 <1 < 20 <3 Table 30: Main ingredients of fuel gases of biogenic origin.4 Fuel for gas engines Gas engines must be operated exclusively with gases which have been specifically approved for the type of gas engine in use. The suitability for use of approved gas types must be checked every six months by means of a gas analysis in order to detect changes in the gas composition and changes to harmful com‐ ponents in the gas and to take appropriate action. Limit values for the individual components. % by vol. the use of fuels is restricted to purely gaseous fuels. % by vol. Components that may be used for gas engines are listed in the following tables. The typical properties of fuel gases with a biogenic origin are shown in (→ Table 34). % by vol. Examples of typical natural gas compositions are shown in (→ Table 32) and (→ Table 33). % by vol. % by vol.50 40 . % by vol. % by vol. They provide a reference value for the most common gas compositions used today.

0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0. % by vol.0000 0.4000 88. % by vol.0000 TIM-ID: 0000018625 .0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.62 15. % by vol.5 10.0000 0.4 68 Network gas 0.0000 0.0000 100.6000 0.0000 0.9000 0. % by vol.5000 0.0000 0. kWh/m3N kWh/m3N kg/m3N –– kWh/m3N Methane no. % by vol.0000 Osthannover (East Hanover) 0. % by vol.2 11.0000 0.0000 1.6000 0.0000 0.3000 82.6000 0.6000 0.731 0.0000 0.0000 88.1 10. natural gas L (according to DVGW worksheet G260) Holland I CO CO2 CH4 C 2H 4 60 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 % by vol.0000 1.0000 0.0000 1. % by vol. % by vol.1000 0. % by vol.000 12.0000 1.0000 100.0000 0.1000 0.4 72 North Sea II 0.66 15.0000 1.0000 0.0000 100.5000 0.0000 3.0 0.5000 0.0000 0.7000 0.7000 79.3000 0. % by vol.7000 0.Examples for natural gases Typical natural gas compositions.0000 0. density Ws.0000 0.0 0.000 11.0000 11.0000 0. natural gas H (according to DVGW worksheet G260) Russia CO CO2 CH4 C 2H 4 C 2H 6 C 3H 6 C 3H 8 C 4H 6 C 4H 8 C4H10 C5H12 CXHY N2 O2 H2 H 2O H 2S SO2 AR Σ Ho Hu Density rel.853 0.0000 81.56 14.0000 0.0000 2.0000 Holland II 0. % by vol. % by vol.3000 83.1000 98.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.63 14.5 78 Table 32: Typical natural gas compositions.0000 100.5 11.0000 0.0000 1. % by vol.3000 0. % by vol.7000 0.4000 0.3 0. 0.0000 0.0000 0.n Methane num‐ ber % by vol.0000 0. % by vol. % by vol.0000 0.7 89 North Sea I 0.000 11.000 12.0000 0.3000 0.0000 0.4000 0.001 .0000 0.810 0. % by vol.0000 0. % by vol.0000 5.814 0.0000 0.8000 0. (±2) 0.0000 0.5000 0. % by vol. % by vol.0000 0.2000 0.0000 0. % by vol.3 0.0000 8. % by vol.6000 0.0000 0.

% by vol.2 90 kWh/m3N Table 33: Typical characteristics of fuel gases of biogenic origin from fermentation processes (according to DVGW worksheet G262) Biogas plants Reference bio‐ gas plant in Northern Ger‐ many 0 45* 52* 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sewage gas plant 0 20 .0000 0.64 11.0000 0. % by vol.832 0. % by vol. % by vol.Holland I C 2H 6 C 3H 6 C 3H 8 C 4H 6 C 4H 8 C4H10 C5H12 CXHY N2 O2 H2 H 2O H 2S SO2 AR Σ Ho Hu Density rel.3000 0. % by vol.0000 0.1000 0.81 0.04 8.0000 0.0000 0.000 9.0000 0. (±2) 3 N Holland II 3. % by vol. % by vol.0000 0.0000 0.0000 11.0000 0. % by vol.21 0.0000 0. % by vol.70 (40*) 0 0 0 0 0 0 CO TIM-ID: 0000018625 . 0 15 .15 0. % by vol. % by vol.76 8.0000 0. % by vol.835 0.001 % by vol.4000 0.1000 0.64 12.0000 0. % by vol.64 12.0000 0.0000 0.0000 100.0000 0.7 86 Osthannover (East Hanover) 1.0000 0. % by vol. density Ws.3 101 2. % by vol. % by vol. % by vol. % by vol.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.85 (50*) 0 0 0 0 0 0 CO2 CH4 C 2H 4 C 2H 6 C 3H 6 C 3H 8 C 4H 6 C 4H 8 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 61 . % by vol.000 9.0000 100. % by vol.2000 0.836 0. kWh/m kg/m3N –– kWh/m3N Methane no.0000 0. % by vol.0000 0.70 (65*) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Landfill gas plant 0 20 .3000 0.0000 14.0000 0.7000 0.20 9.n Methane number % by vol.40 (40*) 65 .0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.8000 0.1000 0.0000 18.0000 0.7000 0.000 10.35 (35*) 65 .6000 0.0000 100.0000 0.50 (50*) 50 . % by vol.0000 0. % by vol.

0< Hu <11. data) must be observed Consultation with manufacturer and gas analysis required in case of low‐ er values.53 4. (±2) Table 34: ** = steam saturation corresponding to gas temperature Requirements for fuel gas Requirements and site conditions for natural gas fuel and the corresponding fuel supply Designation Type of gas Methane number -Unit Limit value Natural gas ≥70 Note Applies to natural gas H and L.347 1. % by vol.6 133. % by vol.20 (20*) 0 .301 1.005* 0 0 100.7 (0*) 0 * ≤0. kWh/m3N kWh/m3N kg/m3N –– kWh/m 3 N 0 0 0 5 .001 62 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 .000 5.66 (0*) 0 0 100. Methane no. % by vol.10 (0*) 0 .027 4.42 3.0 Consultation with manufacturer re‐ quired in case of lower and higher values.98 1. % by vol. % by vol. % by vol. % by vol.99 1. density Ws. % by vol.8 Landfill gas plant 0 0 0 10 .42 >140 The values marked with an asterisk * are used for calculating the following gas properties.2.042 5.Biogas plants Reference bio‐ gas plant in Northern Ger‐ many 0 0 0 2.n Methane num‐ ber % by vol.75 5.000 7.0. TIM-ID: 0000018625 .896 7.37 >150 C4H10 C5H12 CXHY N2 O2 H2 H 2O H 2S SO2 AR Σ Ho Hu Density rel.19 6.48 1.158 0.6 (0*) 0 * ≤0. pow‐ er and fuel consumption adaptations may be necessary. oth‐ er gases are currently not approved Depending on the model type.323 1. % by vol.000 5.66 (0*) 0 0 100.6* 0 * ≤0.5 (0*) 0 ** ≤0.10 (0*) 0 .006 5.2. Operating Instructions (Techn.18 1.73 146 Sewage gas plant 0 0 0 5 . Calorific power Hu kWh/m³N 8.000 4.4* 0. % by vol.66 (0*) 0 0 100.

When using gas from different gas supply areas. gas humidity in gas at 20 °C Oil vapors (HC with carbon num‐ ber >5) °C K/min. a gas analysis is necessary.0 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 63 . siloxanes.73-0. thermal aging of NBR materials (seals. for higher values. it is constant for a certain type of gas.4 TIM-ID: 0000018625 . % ±9 0. the density may vary.g. an adaptation of the mix‐ ture control may be necessary. hydro‐ silicons. gas control valve Gas pressure de‐ viation from the setting value Permissible change speed of gas pressure Gas temperature mbar % mbar/min.08 10< T <40 Observe the specifications for the gas train corresponding to the project Constant change required Condensation of water vapor at <10 °C.001 HC solvent vapors mg/m³N Organically fixed mg/m³N silicon (e.5 0. Calorific value de‐ % viation from the setting value Permissible change speed of calorific value Density of gas kWh/m³N/h kg/m³N Setting value for gas pressure. nor formation of condensable oil mists Consultation with manufacturer and analysis necessary Consultation with manufacturer and analysis necessary mg/m³N < 0.3 < 30 No steam condensation in the pres‐ sure and temperature range. When changing the gas supplier. °C 80-200 ±5 0.84 Note Consultation with manufacturer re‐ quired for higher values Linear constant change required The density of the gas can fluctuate in accordance with the composition. diaphragms) and influence on elasticity characteristics at higher temperatures Gas temperature deviation from the setting value Permissible change speed of gas temperature Rel.Designation Unit Limit value ±5 0. a gas drying system must be provided No condensation in lines carrying fuel gas and fuel gas-air mixture. silicons) 0 < 1.

TIM-ID: 0000018625 . consultation with manufacturer and analysis are necessary Inorganically fixed mg/m³NCH4 silicon Dust 3.001 64 | Fuels | A001061/35E 04/2012 . The permissible value for total sulfur in the gas thus corresponds exactly to the limit value specified in (→ Table 35).15 kWh/m3N(→ Table 33). methane or. consultation with manufacturer and analysis are necessary With higher values. wear products must be taken into consid‐ eration during the oil analysis. consultation with manufacturer and analysis are necessary With higher values. Analysis and con‐ sultation with MTU necessary. consultation with manufacturer and analysis are necessary With higher values. This corresponds to a reference to fuels with 100% by vol. with Hu = 8. Example: Russian natural gas with a calorific value of 10 kWh/m 3N(→ Table 32) is used.0 kWh/m 3N ) = 24. contamination etc. an equal energy equiv‐ alent and thus an equal input of pollutants.10 µm Dust<3µm Total sulfur Mercaptan sulfur Hydrogen sulfide H 2S Chlorine Fluorine mg/m³N mg/m³N mg/m³N mg/m³N mg/m³N mg/m³N mg/m³N 5 Analysis 30 6 5 10* 5* 10* 70* Chlorine + fluorine mg/m³N NH3 ppm Table 35: * = a non-binding guideline value.5 mg/m³N No warranty is given in respect of impairment and / or damage (corrosion.Designation Unit Limit value <5 Note With Si >5 mg/m³N based on 100% CH4 gaseous fuel content. the permissible max.15 kWh/m3N : 10. for example. if there are other combustible elements in the fuel. where oxidation-type catalytic converters are in use. DVGW worksheet G260 DVGW worksheet G260 DVGW worksheet G260 DVGW worksheet G260 With higher values. When using gas from Osthannover. The limit values are based on a calorific value of 10 kWh/m3 N.) resulting from gases or materials the presence of which was unknown and agreed upon on conclusion of contract. value of total sulfur is calculated thus: permissible total sulfur content = 30 mg/m³N ∗ (8.

This applies to the gas inlet at the gas control valve on the engine side This applies to the gas inlet at the gas control valve on the engine side Note Calorific power Hu kWh/m3N Calorific value de‐ % viation from the setting value Permissible change speed of calorific value kWh/m³N/h 4. °C Gas temperature fluctuation in rela‐ tion to setting val‐ ue °C ±15 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Fuels | 65 .001 ±10 1 0<t<50 mbar/min. thermal aging of NBR materials (gaskets.0 ±20 1. Project-specific features must be noted when designing the gas train. This applies to the gas inlet at the gas control valve on the engine side This applies to the gas inlet at the gas control valve on the engine side This applies to the gas inlet at the gas control valve on the engine side Phase transitions in the fuel gas-airmixture during engine operation are not permitted.g.250 Gas pressure fluc‐ % tuation in relation to setting value Permissible change speed of calorific value Gas temperature TIM-ID: 0000018625 .40 Setting value for gas pressure ac‐ cording to gas train mbar 30 . gas analysis and consultation with manufacturer are required Consultation with manufacturer re‐ quired in case of lower and higher values. Consultation with manufacturer re‐ quired for higher values Linear constant change with operat‐ ing variables that are otherwise con‐ stant.93 . gas pressure. if necessary. gas tem‐ perature. engine load Fast change of calorific value. a gas analysis or.0< Hu < 8. diaphragms) and influencing of the elasticity at higher temperatures. e.0 Maximum change %/min.g. If there are changes to the main substrate and/or significant changes in the mixing ratio of the substrates.0 0. speed of calorific value in relation to setting value Density of gas kg/m3N 10. during starts and start-up proce‐ dures with a frequency of/h The gas density can fluctuate ac‐ cording to the composition. an adapta‐ tion of the mixture control is neces‐ sary. e.1.Requirements and site conditions for fuel from biogenic gases from fermentation processes and the corresponding fuel supply Designation Type of gas Methane number -Unit Limit value Biogenic gases from fer‐ mentation processes ≥115 Below this limit there is a danger of combustion knock.

Designation Permissible change speed of gas temperature Rel. humidity in gas at 35 °C and 1.013 bar

Unit K/min. %

Limit value 0.3 < 80

Note This applies to the gas inlet at the gas control valve on the engine side No phase transitions permitted in the fuel gas-air-mixture during en‐ gine operation in the pressure and temperature range; at higher values, a gas drying system must be provid‐ ed. No condensation in lines carrying fuel gas and fuel gas-air mixture, nor formation of condensable oil mists.

Oil vapors (HC with carbon num‐ ber >5)

mg/m3N

< 0.4

HC solvent vapors mg/m3N Organically fixed mg/m3N silicon (e.g. hydro‐ silicons, siloxanes, silicons) Inorganically fixed mg/m3N silicon

0 < 4*

< 2*

With Si >5 mg/m3Nbased on 100% CH4, gaseous fuel content, wear products must be taken into consid‐ eration during the oil analysis.

Dust 3- 10 µm Dust<3µm Total sulfur Mercaptan sulfur Hydrogen sulfide H 2S Total of all chlor‐ ine and fluorine compounds Chlorine Fluorine NH3

mg/m3N mg/m3N mg/m
3 N

2* Analysis 800* 4* 850* ≤ 40* ≤ 40* ≤ 20* With higher values, consultation with manufacturer and analysis are necessary With higher values, consultation with manufacturer and analysis are necessary With higher values, consultation with manufacturer and analysis are necessary

mg/m3N mg/m3N mg/m3N mg/m3N

ppm

70*

Table 36:
* = these values are non-binding guidelines for Series 4000 L62FB engines. When using Series 4000 L62FB in gensets with and without exhaust gas heat cogeneration and/or exhaust aftertreatment sys‐ tems, the respective specifications of the genset manufacturer must be observed.

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7 NOx Reducing Agent AUS 32 for SCR Exhaust After-Treatment Systems
7.1 General information
SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) catalysts can be used for NOx emission reduction. The reducing agent (urea solution with an urea concentration of 32.5%) in such catalysts reduces the nitrogen oxide emissions. To ensure efficient operation of the exhaust gas after-treatment system, compliance of the reducing agent with the quality requirements stipulated in DIN 70070 / ISO 222 41-1 is mandatory. In Europe, this reducing agent is often offered under the brand name “AdBlue”. The test methods to determine the quality and characteristics of the reducing agent are specified in the standards DIN 70071 / ISO 222 41-2. The following table (→ Table 37) shows the quality characteristics of the reducing agent together with the associated test methods (extract from ISO 222 41-1). SCR systems from MTU are usually designed for a concentration of 32.5% urea. The use of NOx reducing agent with other urea concentrations (AUS 40, AUS 48) requires a different design of the dosing systems. Systems with the corresponding design must be run with the appropriately adapted concentration. The purity requirements of the reducing agent then comply with the standards for AUS 32 The use of antifreeze additives for AUS 32, or winter urea, is generally not approved.

Quality features and test procedures for the reducing agent
Unit Urea content Spec. grav. at 20 °C Refractive index at 20 °C Alkalinity as NH3 Biuret content Aldehyde content Non-soluble constitu‐ ents Phosphate content as P04 by weight % by weight % mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg by weight % kg/m
3

Test method ISO 22241–2 Annex B 3675 12185 22241–2 Annex C 22241–2 Annex D 22241–2 Annex E 22241–2 Annex F 22241–2 Annex G 22241–2 Annex B

Limit values 31.8 - 33.2 1087.0 - 1092.0 1.3817 - 1.3840 Max. 0.2 Max. 0.3 max. 5 Max. 20 Max. 0.5

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Unit Metal contents Calcium Iron Copper Zinc Chrome Nickel Aluminum Magnesium Sodium Potassium Identity mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg mg/kg

Test method ISO 22241–2 Annex I

Limit values

Max. 0.5 Max. 0.5 Max. 0.2 Max. 0.2 Max. 0.2 Max. 0.2 Max. 0.5 Max. 0.5 Max. 0.5 Max. 0.5 Identical with the refer‐ ence sample

Table 37:

Storage of reducing agent
For instructions on storage, packing and transport, refer to the ISO 222 41-3 standard. The instructions of the manufacturer must be observed. The reducing agent crystallizes at -11 °C. Avoid direct sunlight because it promotes the occurrence of microorganisms and the decomposition of the reducing agent.

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001 Oil category 1 Multigrade oils no yes yes yes yes yes1) no no Comments no yes yes yes yes yes1) no no yes no yes no yes no yes yes yes yes yes no no no no 2) 1) = not for fast commercial vessels yes2) no yes no yes no yes yes yes yes yes no no no no 2) = not for fast commercial vessels 8000 no = no approval yes = approval issued A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 69 .1 Engine oils for four-cycle engines 8.1 Series-based usability of engine oils in MTU oil category 1 Series Oil category 1 Single-grade oils SAE30/40 S60 099 183 396 538 595 956 956 TB31/32/33 1163 1163-03 2000 CR 2000 M84/M94 2000 M72 2000 Cx6/Sx6 2000 PLD 4000-01 4000-02 4000-03 G/S/P/C/ R 4000 M23F M63L 4000-03 M73M93L / N43/N83 4000 T94/T94L 4000 R64/R74/ R84 TIM-ID: 0000034371 .1.8 Approved engine oils and lubricating greases 8.

40 30. France Kuwait Petroleum Misr Petroleum Company Motor Oil (Hellas) OMV AG Pertamina.A Gulf Oil International Hindustan Petr. 40 40 40 40 30. India Igol. 40 40 30 40 40 Aegean Oil SA Avia Castrol Ltd. Indonesia Petrobras Distribuidora S.001 SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments MTU Asia Fascination of Power Maxi Light 40 Table 38: Other single-grade engine oils Manufacturer Brand name SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade Comments Addinol Lube Oil Addinol Marine MS4011 Addinol Turbo Diesel MD305 Addinol Turbo Diesel MD405 40 30 40 40 30.8. 4000 X X X X X X X X X X TIM-ID: 0000018628 . Vigor Super D Avia Special HDC Castrol MLC Cepsa Rodaje Y Proteccion Cyclon D Prime Agip Cladium 120 Gulf Superfleet Hylube MTU Trans Turbo Mono Q8 T 520 Misr Super DEO CG-4 EMO Turbo Champion Plus OMV truck Meditran SMX Marbrax CCD-310 Marbrax CCD-410 PTT Navita MTU Type 1 Increased corrosion pro‐ tection X 70 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 . SAE-grades 30 and 40 for diesel engines For details and special features. 40 30.1.A. 40 30 30. 40 30. see chapter “Lubricants for four-cycle engines”(→ Page 7) MTU/MTU-DD single-grade engine oils Manufacturer Brand name 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X TBN 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X X X X X X X Not for Series 2000.2 Single-grade oils – Category 1. PTT Public Comp.p. Cepsa Lubricantes Cyclon Hellas ENI S. Comp. 40 40 30.

40 40 30. 40 30. 40 30.Manufacturer Brand name Repsol YPF Repsol Serie 3 Repsol Marino 3 Repsol Marino 3 SAE 40 30. 40 30 40 X X X X X X X Sakson SRS Schmierstoff Vertrieb GmbH Shell Parnas Hercules 1 SRS Rekord Shell Gadinia Shell Rimula R3 Shell Rimula 3+ Shell Sirius Monograde SK Lubricants Total SD 5000 Elf Performance Super D Fina Delta Super Total Rubia S United Oil XD 7000 Extra Duty-3U XD 7000 Extra Duty-4U Table 39: TIM-ID: 0000018628 .001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 71 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X X X X X X X SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments . 40 30. 40 30. 40 30 40 40 30. 40 30. 40 30.

SAE-grades 10W-40 and 15W-40 for diesel engines For details and special features. Singapore Petroleum Comp.001 Petróleos de Portugal. see chapter “Lubricants for four-cycle engines”(→ Page 7) 1) 2) = These multigrade oils can only be used if crankcase ventilation is routed to atmosphere. SRS Schmierstoff Vertrieb GmbH Sinopec SK Lubricants SPC SDM 801 SRS Primalub Great wall century supremacy SD 5000 Gold X 2) 2) 72 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 . Petrogal Galp Galaxia Super 15W-40 S.1.8. = Engine oils marked 2) are also permitted for the "Series 60" Brand name SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X 2) Manufacturer Comments Addinol Lube Oil Avia Claas ENI S.A Exxon Mobil Corporation Addinol Super Star MX 1547 Avia HDC Extra UTM Claas Agrimot SDM Agip Superdiesel Multigrade Mobil Delvac MX Mobil Delvac MX Extra Mobil Delvac Super 1400A Essolube XT 5 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 10W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 X and oil change interval 500 operating hours 1) X and oil change interval 500 operating hours 1) and oil change interval 500 operating hours 1) and oil change interval 500 operating hours 1) Gulf Oil International Igol.p.A. France Kuwait Petroleum OMV AG OOO “LLK-International” Gulf Superfleet Trans Turbo 4X Q8 T 520 OMV Truck M plus Avantgarde Extra Lukoil-Avantgarde Teboil Power Plus OPET Petrolcülük Omega Turbo Power SHPD X and oil change interval 500 operating hours 1) TIM-ID: 0000018950 .3 Multigrade oils – Category 1.

001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 73 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments .Manufacturer Brand name Total Elf Performance Super D Fina Kappa Turbo DI Total Caprano TD Total Rubia 4400 Total Rubia XT 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X X X TNK Lubricants LLC Unil Opal United Oil TNK Revolux D1 TNK Revolux D2 Intercooler 400 XD 9000 Ultra Diesel-U Table 40: TIM-ID: 0000018950 .

1 (low SAPS) Series Oil category 2 Single-grade oils S60 no Oil category 2 Multigrade oils restricted 1) Oil category 2.001 = except Mobil Delvac 1630/1640 3) 4000-03 G/S/P/C/R yes 4000 M23F .1.4 Series-based usability of engine oils in MTU oil category 2 and 2.8.1 (low SAPS) Multigrade oils restricted2) Comments = only 15W-40 and min.M63L yes 4000 M73-M93L / N43/N83 4000 T94/T94L 4000 R64/74/84 8000 yes no no restricted 4) no Reapproval only after engine test in Series 8000 yes = approval issued no = no approval 74 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 . API CH-4 1) = only 15W-40 and API CJ-4 2) 099 183 396 538 595 956 956 TB31/32/33 yes yes yes yes yes yes Sirius X 30 yes yes yes yes yes yes Fascination of Power 15W-40 Shell Rimula R3X 15W-40 yes yes yes yes yes yes no 1163 1163-03 2000 CR 2000 M84/M94 2000 M72 2000 Cx6/Sx6 2000 PLD 4000-01 4000-02 yes Sirius X 30 yes yes yes yes yes yes yes 3) yes Fascination of Power 15W-40 yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes no no no yes no yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes no no = only named en‐ gine oils 4) TIM-ID: 0000034394 .

40 .5 Single-grade oils – Category 2.single-grade engine oils Brand name 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X 20 l container (Order No. Power Guard DEO SAE 40 40 Table 41: Note: For Series 8000 engines. X00062817) Tognum Asia Pte Ltd. see chapter “Lubricants for four-cycle engines”(→ Page 7) Tognum/MTU . 94545/D) available through MTU Asia MTU Detroit Diesel Australia MTU Premium SAE 30 MTU Premium SAE 40 30 40 X X TBN 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X X X Approved for fast com‐ mercial vessels up to 1500h Approved for Series 8000 (→ Table 42) A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 75 Comments SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments Tognum America Inc. the approved SAE-40 engine oils may only be used in combina‐ tion with preheating and oil priming (Toil> 30 °C).8. Fascination of Power 40 X 18 l barrel (order no. SAE-grades 30 and 40 for diesel engines For details and special features.1. 93636/P) 200 l container (order no. X00062816) 210 l container (Order No. Addinol Turbo Diesel MD 407 Lubex Marine M Lubex Marine M Castrol HLX 40 30 40 30. Table 42: Other single-grade engine oils Manufacturer Brand name SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TIM-ID: 0000018996 .001 Addinol Belgin Madeni Yaglar Castrol Ltd.

A. Titan Universal HD Titan Universal HD 30 MTU Gulf Superfleet Plus Hyrax top deo Speedol Ultra HDX 30 TBN 12 Speedol Ultra HDX 40 TBN 12 Speedol Ultra HDX Q8 T 750 EMO SHPD Plus PO Turbosarj Extra PO Turbosarj Extra 30 A PO Turbosarj Extra 40 A PO Turbosarj Extra 30 L PO Turbosarj Extra 40 L Klora Gres Ve Yağ Madeni A.S. 40 30. Exxon Mobil Corporation Texaco Ursa Premium TDX Cyclon D Super Delkol Super Diesel Delkol Super Diesel MT Mono Agip Sigma GDF Mobil Delvac 1630 Mobil Delvac 1640 Fuchs Europe Schmierstoffe GmbH Gulf Oil International Hyrax Oil Koçak Petrol Ürünleri San Koçak Petrol Ürünleri Kuwait Petroleum Motor Oil.001 SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments Chevron – Lyteca – Cyclon Hellas Delek ENI S. Lukoil Avantgarde M 40 Panolin Extra Diesel Pazl Marine S 40 Marbrax CCD-310-AP Marbrax CCD-410-AP 76 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 . 40 30. 40 30 40 30 40 40 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X Approved for Series 8000 (→ Table 42) Approved for Series 8000 (→ Table 42) Approved for Series 8000 (→ Table 42) Increased corrosion pro‐ tection X X X X X TIM-ID: 0000018996 . Hellas OMV Petrol Ofisi A. 40 30 40 40 40 30 40 X 30.A. Ş Klora SAE 40 X OOO Lukoil International Panolin AG Paz Lubricants & Chemicals Petrobras Distribuidora S. 40 40 30.p. 40 40 40 40 40 40 30 40 30. 40 30.Manufacturer Brand name Cepsa Lubricants Chevron Ertoil Koral HDL Texaco Ursa Super TD Texaco Ursa Premium TDX Caltex Delo Gold [ISOSYN] Chevron Delo 400 30.

001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 77 . Petrogal S.Manufacturer Brand name Petroleos de Potugal. Shell Galp Galaxia 40 PTT Navita MTU Type 2 Shell Sirius X Shell Sirius X 40 40 30 40 40 30.A. Sonol. 40 40 40 30 40 30 30 40 30 40 30 40 40 X X X X X Singapore Petroleum Comp. Israel Sonol SRS Schmierstoff Vertriebs GmbH SPC SDM 40 SDM 900 Sonol 2340 Seamaster 40 SRS Rekord plus 30 SRS Rekord plus 40 SRS Antikorrol M plus 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X X Approved for Series 8000 (→ Table 42) X Approved for Series 8000 (→ Table 42) X X X X X X Increased corrosion pro‐ tection X SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments Starpet Madeni Yaglar Statoil Lubricants Total ZAO Zavod imeni Shaumyana Triton STX 3016 Triton STX 4016 PowerWay 30 PowerWay 40 Total Disola MT 30 Total Disola MT 40 M-14D2CE Table 43: TIM-ID: 0000018996 . PTT Public Comp.

1. X00062819)2) Tognum Asia Pte Ltd. Fascination of Power 15W-40 X 18 l container (Order No.A. X00062818)2) 210 l container (Order No.multigrade engine oils Manufacturer Brand name 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X 20 l container (Order No. 15W-40 and 20W-40 for diesel engines For details and special features.6 Multigrade oils . 92727/D)2) available through MTU Asia Fascination of Power Maxi Shield MTU Detroit Diesel Australia MTU Premium 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 2) 2) SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments Tognum America Inc. Vigor Turbo SD 15W-40 15W-40 X .8.001 Aegean Oil S.Category 2 of SAE grades 10W-40. 91818/P)2) 200 l container (Order No. Power Guard DEO SAE 15W-40 15W-40 Table 44: Other multigrade oils Manufacturer Brand name 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g 2) SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments Addinol Lube Oil Anomina Petroli Italiana Addinol Super Longlife MD1047 Addinol Diesel Longlife MD1548 IP Tarus IP Tarus Turbo IP Tarus Turbo Plus 10W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 X X 2) 2) 2) API Arabi Enertech KSC D Multi Diesel Turbo Burgan Ultra Diesel CH-4 X X 2) 2) 78 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019001 . see chapter “Lubricants for four-cycle engines”(→ Page 7) 2) Engine oils marked 2) are also approved for “Series 60“ Tognum/MTU .

p.001 2) X X 2) A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 79 .c.Manufacturer Brand name Aral AG BayWa AG Aral Extra Turboral Tectrol Super Truck 1540 Tectrol Super Truck Plus 1540 Tectrol Turbo 4000 10W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 10W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 10W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X X X X X X 2) 2) 2) 2) SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments Belgin Madeni Yaglar Bharat Petroleum Bölünmez Petrocülük A-S BP p.A.l. Lubex Marine M MAK MB SHPD 15W-40 MOIL Dizel 15W-40 BP Vanellus C6 Global Plus BP Vanellus Multi-Fleet BP Multi Mine BP Vanellus Longdrain X X X X X X X X X X X X X 2) 2) Cepsa Chevron Cepsa Euromax SHPD Caltex Delo SHP Multigrade Caltex Delo Gold Multigrade Caltex Delo 400 Multigrade Chevron Delo 400 Multigrade Chevron Delo Gold Multigrade Chevron Ursa Super Plus Texaco Ursa Super Plus Texaco Ursa Super TD Texaco Ursa Super TDS Texaco Ursa Premium TDX Caltex Delo Gold [ISOSYN] Multigrade 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 10W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) Chinese Petroleum Company Conoco Phillips Com. Cubalub Cyclon Hellas Delek Denizati Petrokimya Urunleri San EKO Engen Petroleum Ltd. ENI S. CPC Superfleet CG-4 Motor Oil Conoco Hydroclear Power D Cubalub Extra Diesel MX Cubalub Extra Diesel Cyclon D Super Delkol Super Diesel Seahorse Motor Oil 15W-40 Eko Forza Extra Dieselube 700 Super Agip Sigma Truck Agip Sigma Turbo Agip Blitum T 2) TIM-ID: 0000019001 .

Hyrax Oil Igol.001 .Manufacturer Brand name Exol Lubricants Ltd.A. France Hessol Turbo Diesel RTO Maxima RD RTO Maxima RLD Hyrax Admiral Trans Turbo 5X Trans Turbo 7X Trans Turbo 9X Protruck 100 X Protruck 100 X Indy Oil SA Indian Oil Corp. Indy Super Turbo Diesel Servo Premium (N) 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 10W-40 15W-40 15W-40 10W-40 15W-40 X 10W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 10W-40 15W-40 10W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 10W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 80 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019001 . G-Profi MSI 10W-40 G-Profi MSI 15W-40 G-Profi MSH 15W-40 G-Profi MSI plus 15W-40 SibiMotor Diesel Premium Gulf Oil International Gulf Superfleet LE Gulf Superfleet LE Gulf Superfleet Supreme Gulf Superfleet Supreme Gulf Superfleet Plus Hessol Lubrication GmbH Huiles Berliet S. Exxon Mobil Corporation Taurus Extreme M Mobilgard 1 SHC 15W-40 X 20W-40 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g 2) SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments X Approved for fast com‐ mercial vessels up to 1500h 2) 2) Mobil Delvac Super 1400 E Mobil Delvac Super 1400 Mobil Delvac XHP Feoso Oil Fuchs Europe Schmierstoffe GmbH Ultra VG Motor Oils Fuchs Titan Truck Plus Titan Unimax Ultra MC Titan Formel Plus Fuchs Titan Truck Titan Unimax Plus MC Fuchs Titan Universal HD Gazpromneft Lubricants Ltd.

Pennzoil Products TIM-ID: 0000019001 . plus EMO SHPD Plus Platinum Ultor Platinum Ultor Plus OMV eco truck extra OMV truck LD PO Maximus Turbo Diesel Extra Teboil Super HPD Avantgarde Ultra Panolin Universal SFE Panolin Diesel Synth Ultradiesel MT Supreme Duty Fleet Motor Oil X 2) X X 2) 2) X X X X X 2) 2) 2) Longlife EF Heavy Duty Multigrade En‐ 15W-40 X gine Oil Pertamina Petrobras Distribuidora S.A. Q8 T 720 Q8 T 750 Speedol SHPD Tirot 15W-40 Liqui Moly Touring High Tech SHPD Teboil Super HPD Turdus Powertec CI-4 15W-40 Turboland Megalube Diesel Engine Oil megol Motorenoel SHPD megol Motorenoel HD-C3 MOLDynamic MK9 MOL Mk-9 Mol Dynamic Super Diesel Morris Lubricants Motor Oil.S.Manufacturer Brand name Kuwait National Lube Oil MfgCo Burgan Ultra Diesel CH-4 (KNLOC) Kuwait Petroleum Kocak Petrol Ürünleri San Liqui Moly LLK Finland Oy Lotos Oil Mauran SAS Mega Lube Marketers cc. Hellas Orlen OMV AG OMV Petrol Ofisi OOO “LLK-International” Panolin AG PDVSA Deltaven S. Petro-Canada Lubricants Meditran SMX Meditran SX Plus Lubrax Nautica Diesel Duron Duron XL Synthetic Blend 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X X X X X 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 81 .001 15W-40 10W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 10W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 10W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 10W-40 10W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X 2) 2) 2) SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments X X X X X 2) 2) X X 2) Ring Free V.A. Meguin GmbH MOL-LUB Ltd.

QALCO Topaz HMF Ravensberger Schmierstoffver‐ trieb GmbH Repsol YPF S.L.A. SAE 15W40 Sinopec Corp.001 enhanced corrosion protection 2) 2) 2) 2) 82 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 . Shanghai HIRI Lubricants Shell RAVENOL Expert SHPD X 2) 2) X 2) RAVENOL Mineralöl Turbo Plus SHPD 15W-40 X Repsol Extra Vida MT Repsol Neptuno S-Turbomar Gulf Gulfleet Long Road HIRI 245 Shell Rimula MV Shell Rimula R3 MV Shell Rimula R3 X Shell Rimula R4 Shell Rimula RT4 Shell Rimula X Shell Rotella T2 Shell Rotella T Multigrade Shell Sirius Singapore Petroleum Company SDM 900. Petrolimex Petrochmical JointStock Company Petron Corporation PLC Diesel SHPD 15W-40 Petron REV-X Trekker 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 10W-40 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X 2) SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments Petronas Lubricants Internation‐ Urania LD7 al Petronas Urania Supremo CI-4 Prista Oil AD Prista SHPD Prista Turbo Diesel Qatar Lubricants Company Ltd. Petrogal Galp Galaxia LD star S.A. SRS Schmierstoff Vertrieb GmbH Great Wall Jinpai Zunlong SRS Motorenöl O-236 SRS Multi-Rekord top SRS Multi Rekord plus SRS Turbo Rekord SRS Turbo Diesel Plus SRS Cargolub TFX 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 10W-40 X X X X X X X X X X X 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) TIM-ID: 0000019001 .E.Manufacturer Brand name Petroleos de Portugal.

001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 83 .Manufacturer Brand name Statoil Lubricants Svenska Statoil Total MaxWay MaxWay 15-40 MaxWay Antar Milantar PH Antar Milantar PX Elf Performance Trophy DX Elf Performance Victory Fina Kappa Optima Fina Kappa Extra Plus Total Caprano Energy FE Total Caprano TDH Total Caprano TDI Total Disola W Total Rubia TIR 6400 Total Rubia TIR 7200 FE Total Rubia TIR 7400 Total Rubia Works 1000 10W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-30 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-30 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 10W-40 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments X X X X X X X X X X 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) TNK Lubricants Unil Opal Valvoline Yacco SAS TNK Revolux D3 Medos 700 All Fleet Extra Inboard 100 4 T Diesel Transpro 40 S 2) 2) 2) X Table 45: TIM-ID: 0000019001 .

see chapter “Lubricants for four-cycle engines”(→ Page 7) 2) Engine oils marked 2) are also approved for “Series 60“ Manufacturer Brand name Bucher AG Langenthal Chevron ConocoPhillips Lubricants ENI SpA. ExxonMobil Corporation Fuchs Europe Gulf Oil International Fuchs Europe Panolin AG Pennzoil Products Petro-Canada Repsol YPF Shell Motorex Focus CF Caltex Delo 400 LE Chevron Delo 400 LE Guardol ECT Kenndall Super-D XA Agip Sigma Truck E9 Mobil Delvac 1 ESP Fuchs Titan Cargo Gulf Supreme Duty XLE Fuchs Titan Cargo Panolin Universal LA-X Pennzoil Long-Life Gold Duron -E Repsol Diesel Turbo THPD Mid Saps Shell Rimula Super Shell Rimula R4L Shell Rimula RT4L Shell Rotella T Shell Rotella T2 Shell Rotella T3 Shell Rotella T5 Shell Rimula R5LE Shell Rotella T Triple Protection 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 5W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 15W-40 10W-30 X 15W-40 15W-40 X 15W-40 X 15W-40 X X 10W-30 X X X X X X X X X 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) 2) SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments 2) 2) 2) SK energy SRS Schmierstoff Vertrieb GmbH Statoil Lubricants ZIC XQ 5000 SRS Turbo Rekord plus MaxWay E9 15W-40 2) Table 46: 84 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019003 .7 Multigrade oils – Category 2.1.001 .1 (low SAPS oils) For details and special features.8.

001 Oil category 3 Multigrade oils restricted yes yes yes yes yes yes no yes no yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes3) no restricted 5) 1) Comments = only 15W-40 and min.1 (low SAPS) Multigrade oils restricted2) yes yes yes yes yes yes no yes no yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes3) yes 4) 3) 4) 1) 2) Series S60 099 183 396 538 595 956 956 TB31/32/33 1163 1163-03 2000 CR 2000 M84/M94 2000 M72 2000 Cx6/Sx6 2000 PLD 4000-01 4000-02 4000-03 G/S/P/C/ R 4000 M23F M63L 4000-03 M73M93L / N43S/N83 4000 T94/T94L 4000 R64/R74/ R84 (DPF) 8000 no = no approval TIM-ID: 0000034414 .8 Series-based usability of engine oils in MTU oil category 3 and 3. 10W-40 = only 5W-40. 10W-40 = only named engine oils restricted 5) 5) yes = approval issued A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 85 .1 (low SAPS) Oil category 3.1. API CH-4 = only 15W-40 and API CJ-4 = only 5W-40.8.

l. and 10W-40 for diesel engines For details and special features. Elin Diesel Tec Synthetic Agip Sigma Trucksint TFE Agip Sigma Super TFE Agip Sigma Ultra TFE Enoc Exxon Mobil Corporation Enoc Vulcan 770 SLD Mobil Delvac XHP Extra Mobil Delvac XHP Ultra 5W-30 Mobil Delvac 1 SHC 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments Exol Lubricants Ltd.9 Multigrade oils – Category 3. SAE-grades 5W-30.001 .p. see chapter “Lubricants for four-cycle engines”(→ Page 7) Manufacturer Brand name Addinol Lube Oil Aral AG Avia Mineralöl AG BayWa AG BP p. Addinol Ultra Truck MD 0538 Addinol Super Truck MD 1049 Aral Super Turboral Avia Turbosynth HT-U Tectrol Super Truck 530 Tectrol Super Truck 1040 BP Energol IC-MT Castrol Enduron MT Castrol Enduron Plus Castrol Elixion HD 5W-30 10W-40 5W-30 5W-30 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 5W-30 5W-30 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 5W-40 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 5W-30 5W-40 10W-40 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 X X X X X Cepsa Chevron Cepsa Eurotrans SHPD Cepsa Eurotrans SHPD Caltex Delo XLD Multigrade Chevron Delo XLD Multigrade Texaco Ursa Super Texaco Ursa Premium FE Ursa TDX Texaco Ursa Super TDX Elinoil ENI S. Fuchs Europe Schmierstoffe GmbH Ginouves Taurus Extreme M3 Titan Cargo SL Titan Cargo MC York 847 10W40 86 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019006 . Castrol Ltd.8.c.1.A. 5W-40.

001 Urania FE Ravensberger Schmierstoff Ver‐ RAVENOL Super Performance Truck trieb GmbH RAVENOL Performance Truck Repsol YPF Repsol Turbo UHPD Repsol Diesel Turbo VHPD A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 87 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments . Petrogal Galp Galaxia Extreme S.Manufacturer Brand name Gulf Oil International Gulf Fleet Force synth. France INA Iranol Oil Co.o.o. Igol. Superfleet ELD Gulf Superfleet XLD 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 5W-30 10W-40 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 X 5W-30 10W-40 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 5W-30 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 5W-30 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 5W-30 X X X X X X X Huiles Berliet S.A. Kuwait Petroleum LLK Finland Oy Lotos Oil Meguin RTO Extensia RXD ECO RTO Extensia RXD Trans Turbo 8X INA Super 2000 Iranol D – 40000 Q8 T 860 Q8 T 905 Teboil Super XLD-2 Turdus Semisynthetic XHPDO Turdus Powertec Synthetic Megol Motorenöl Super LL Dimo Pre‐ mium Megol Engine Oil Diesel Truck Per‐ formance MOL-LUB OMV Orlen Oil Sp. Galp Galaxia Ultra XHP Petronas Lubricants Internation‐ Urania Maximo al Urania Optimo Urania 100 K TIM-ID: 0000019006 .A. OOO LLK International Panolin MOL Synt Diesel MOL Dynamic Synt Diesel OMV super truck Platinum Ultor Max Lukoil Avantgarde Professional Panolin Diesel HTE Petroleos de Portugal.

Manufacturer Brand name Shell Shell Normina Extra Shell Rimula R5 M Shell Rimula R6 M Shell Rimula R6 ME 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 5W-30 10W-40 5W-30 10W-40 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 X X SMV GmbH JB German Oil SRS Schmierstoff Vertrieb GmbH JB German Oil Hightech Truck SRS Cargolub TFF SRS Cargolub TFL SRS Cargolub TFG SRS Cargolub TFG plus Statoil Lubricants Total MaxWay Ultra 5W-30 MaxWay Ultra E4 10W-40 Antar Maxolia Elf Performance Experty FE Elf Performance Experty Fina Kappa Syn FE Total Rubia TIR 8600 Total Rubia TIR 9200 FE Unil Opal Valvoline Wolf Oil Corporation Yacco SAS LCM 800 Profleet Champion Turbofleet UHPD Yacco Transpro 45 Table 47: 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments 88 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019006 .001 .

c. Igol INA Rfinerija nafte Rjeka Kuwait Petroleum R&T LLK finland Oy Meguin TIM-ID: 0000019019 .L. Cepsa Chevron Addinol Extra Truck MD 1049 LE Alpha Advanced Eco-Efficiency low SAPS Aral Mega Turboral LA Tectrol Super Truck Plus 1040 Motorex Focus QTM BP Vanellus Max Drain Eco Cepsa Eurotech LS Caltex Delo XLE Multigrade Texaco Ursa Ultra Texaco Ursa Ultra X 10W-40 X 10W-40 X 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 X 10W-40 10W-40 10W-40 X 10W-40 X 10W-40 X 10W-40 X 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 X 10W-40 X 10W-40 X 10W-40 X 10W-40 10W-40 X 5W-30 5W-30 10W-40 10W-40 X 10W-40 X 10W-40 10W-40 X 10W-40 X 10W-40 X X X X X X X X X X X X Enoc International Sales L.8.10 Multigrade oils – Category 3. Shell Prista UHPD Repsol Diesel Turbo UHPD Mid Saps Shell Rimula R6 LM A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 89 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments . see chapter “Lubricants for four-cycle engines”(→ Page 7) 2) Engine oils marked 2) are also approved for “Series 60“ Manufacturer Brand name Addinol Lube Oil APAG Chemie AG Aral AG BayWa AG Bucher AG Langenthal BP p.A.1.1 (low SAPS oils) For details and special features.001 Vulkan green Mobil Delvac 1 LE Mobil Delvac XHP LE Titan Cargo Maxx Gulf Superfleet XLE RTO Extensia FP Protruck 200 X INA Super 9000 Q T 900 Teboil Super XLD-2 megol Motorenöl UHPD Low Saps Lukoil Avantgarde Professional LS Panolin Diesel Synth EU-4 Galp Galaxia Ultra LS OOO LLK International Panolin Petróleos de Portugal Petronas Lubricants Internation‐ Petronas Urania Ecotech al Prista Oil Ad Repsol YPF y Especialidades S. Exxon Mobil Fuchs Gulf Oil International Huiles Berliet S.l.C.A.

001 .Manufacturer Brand name SK energy SRS Schmierstoff Vertrieb GmbH Statoil Lubricants Total Valvoline Yacco SAS ZIC XQ 5000 SRS Cargolub TLA SRS Cargolub TLS SRS Turbo Diesel LA MaxWay Ultra E6 10W-40 Total Rubia TIR 8900 Elf Performance Experty LSX Valvoline ProFleet LS Yacco Transpo 65 10W-40 X 10W-40 X 5W-30 10W-40 X 10W-40 10W-40 X 10W-40 X 10W-40 10W-40 X X X X Table 48: 8–10mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments 90 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019019 .

001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 91 .1 Single-grade oils . Chevron Exxon Mobil Corporation Fuchs Europe Schmierstoffe GmbH Shell SRS Schmierstoff Vertrieb GmbH Total Castrol Duratec L Texaco Geotex LA 40 Mobil Pegasus 705 Mobil Pegasus 805 Fuchs Titan Ganymet LA Shell Mysella LA 40 SRS Mihagrun LA 40 Nateria MH 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Table 49: TIM-ID: 0000018947 .2 Engine oils for gas engines 8.Category 1 of SAE grade 40 for gas engines in Series 4000 L61/L62 For details and special features. see chapter on “Lubricants”(→ Page 7) Manufacturer Brand name 5–6mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X X X X X X X also suitable for purified biogas SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments Castrol Ltd.8.2.

see chapter on “Lubricants”(→ Page 7) Manufacturer Brand name Addinol Total MG 40 Extra LA MG 40 Extra Plus Nateria MP 40 Nateria MJ 40 40 40 40 40 5–6mgKOH/g 10–12 mgKOH/g >12 mgKOH/g X X X X Low ash performance Low ash performance SAE Viscosi‐ ty grade TBN Comments Table 50: 92 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000031562 .Category 1 of SAE grade 40 for gas engines in Series 4000 L62FB For details and special features.2.2 Single-grade oils .8.001 .

> 94 °C 2 Table 51: TIM-ID: 0000034422 .3 Engine oils for two-cycle engines 8.001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 93 .3.8.1 Series-based usability for two-cycle engine oils Series Two-cycle engine oil API CF-2 Single-grade oils SAE 40 S 53 S 71 S 92 S 149 yes yes yes yes2 Single-grade oils SAE 50 restricted1 restricted1 restricted1 yes Multigrade oils 15W-40 restricted1 restricted2 restricted2 no only short term at low temperatures 1 Comments at coolant outlet temp.

3.2 Engine oils for two-cycle engines If the engine oils listed here are not available. two-cycle engine oils may be used.001 . Manufacturer Bucher AG Langenthal Chevron ExxonMobil Brand name Motorex Extra SAE 40 Ursa Extra Duty SAE 40 Ursa Extra Duty SAE 50 Exxon XD-3 Monogrades SAE 40 Mobile Delvac 1240 Mobile Delvac 1250 Panolin Shell Extra Diesel DD SAE 40 Shell Rotella DD+40 Table 52: 94 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000018566 . provided they comply with the requirements listed in the table (Engine oil requirements for two-cycle engines (→ Page 18).8.

c.l.001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved engine oils and lubricating greases | 95 .4. Castrol Ltd.1 Lubricating greases for general applications For details and special features.8.4 Lubricating greases 8. Chevron Shell Total Veedol International Brand name Mehrzweckfett Arallub HL2 Energrease LS2 Spheerol AP2 Multifak EP2 Shell Gadus S2 V220 2 Total Multis EP2 Multipurpose Comments SRS Schmierstoff Vertrieb GmbH SRS Wiolub LFK2 Table 53: TIM-ID: 0000019094 . see chapter on “Lubricants”(→ Page 7) Manufacturer Aral AG BP p.

see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) Any deviating special agreements between the customer and MTU-Friedrichshafen shall remain valid.5 X1) See chapter 9.001 396 TB Marine Genset Rail yes yes yes – – – X X X – – – X X X – – – 96 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 .and application-based usability of coolant additives All details are based on the coolant circuit on the engine side. MTU four-cycle engines X = application approval – = no application approval Series Applica‐ tion Cooling system contain‐ ing light metals Emul‐ sions Water-soluble corro‐ sion inhibitors Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze Com‐ ments See chapter 9. For details and special features.2 099 Marine yes – See chapter 9.3 X See chapter 9.1 Series.9 Approved coolants 9.6 – not per‐ mitted at seawater tempera‐ ture > 20 °C ! 1) 183 Marine yes – X – X2) – not per‐ mitted at seawater tempera‐ ture > 20 °C ! 2) 183 396 Rail Marine yes – – X X – – X X 3) – – not per‐ mitted at seawater tempera‐ ture > 20 °C ! 3) TIM-ID: 0000034439 .4 – See chapter 9.

in acc. with identifica‐ tion plate 7) 1163-02 1163-03 Marine Genset Marine yes yes yes X X X X X – – – – – X – – – – A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 97 . with iden‐ tification plate 6) 956 TB33 Genset6) Genset7) TIM-ID: 0000034439 .4 – See chapter 9.2 396 TC Marine yes – See chapter 9.001 yes X X – X – from year of manufac‐ ture 2009. in acc.3 X See chapter 9.Series Applica‐ tion Cooling system contain‐ ing light metals Emul‐ sions Water-soluble corro‐ sion inhibitors Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze Com‐ ments See chapter 9.5 X4) See chapter 9.6 – not per‐ mitted at seawater tempera‐ ture > 20 °C ! 4) Genset C&I Rail 396 TE Marine yes yes yes yes – – – – X X X X – – – – X X X X 5) – – – – not per‐ mitted at seawater tempera‐ ture > 20 °C ! 5) Genset C&I Rail 538 595 956-01 / 956-02 Marine Marine Marine Genset yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes – – – X X X X X X X X – – X X – – – – – – – – – X X X – – – X – – – – – – – – – up to year of manufac‐ ture end of 2008.

5 9) 98 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000034439 .5 X8) See chapter 9.001 .2 2000 Marine yes – See chapter 9.Series Applica‐ tion Cooling system contain‐ ing light metals Emul‐ sions Water-soluble corro‐ sion inhibitors Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze Com‐ ments See chapter 9.3 X See chapter 9.4 – See chapter 9.6 – not per‐ mitted at seawater tempera‐ ture > 25 °C ! 8) Genset C&I 2000-069) C&I yes no – – – X – – – X – X – X – X – approve products. see note in chapter 9.

2 4000-01 / Marine 4000-02 / 4000-03 partly – See chapter 9.3 X See chapter 9. M50 and M90 contain light met‐ als Genset C&I Rail no no – – – – X – X X – X – – X – X X – X If the cooling system contains light met‐ als. see note in chapter 9.Series Applica‐ tion Cooling system contain‐ ing light metals Emul‐ sions Water-soluble corro‐ sion inhibitors Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze Com‐ ments See chapter 9. the coolant approvals for cool‐ ing sys‐ tem con‐ taining light met‐ als apply contain‐ ing light metal: Px1 not con‐ taining light met‐ al: Px3 4000-0411 Frac ) T94.6 – not permitted at seawa‐ ter tem‐ perature > 25 °C ! 10) M40.5 11) yes: – R10. R20 noR41. T94L – – – X – ap‐ prove products. R43 – Frac Offshore no partly – – – X X – – X – TIM-ID: 0000034439 .4 – See chapter 9.001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 99 .5 X10) See chapter 9.

7.3 – See chapter 9.2 S 60 Marine – See chapter 9. R74.8. see note in chapter 9.5 X See chapter 9.7.2 4000-0412 Rail ) R64.001 S 53 no – – X – X S 71 no – – X – X S 92 no – – X – X Two-cy‐ cle en‐ gines Two-cy‐ cle en‐ gines S 149 no – – X – X Table 55: 100 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 .5 12) 4000 8000 Gas en‐ gine Marine yes yes – X X X – – X – – – Table 54: Detroit Diesel four-cycle and two-cycle engines X = application approval – = no application approval Series Applica‐ tion Cooling system contain‐ ing light metals Emul‐ sions Water-soluble corro‐ sion inhibitors Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze Com‐ ments See chapter 9.8.3 X See chapter 9.7.3 – See chapter 9.Series Applica‐ tion Cooling system contain‐ ing light metals Emul‐ sions Water-soluble corro‐ sion inhibitors Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze Com‐ ments See chapter 9.6 – ap‐ prove products. 2 X See chapter 9. R84 – See chapter 9.1/9.1/9. 2 – Four-cy‐ cle en‐ gines Two-cy‐ cle en‐ gines Two-cy‐ cle en‐ gines TIM-ID: 0000034439 .8.4 – See chapter 9.

see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) Emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oils Manufacturer Houghton Deutschland GmbH Brand name Oil 9156 Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 6000 / 1 Part No.001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 101 .2 Emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oils For details and special features.9. X00056748 (barrel) X00056749 (canister) Table 56: TIM-ID: 0000019095 .

3 Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor concentrates for cooling systems containing light metal For details and special features. see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor concentrates for cooling systems containing light metal Manufacturer MTU Friedrichshafen Tognum America Inc. Drew Marine ExxonMobil Ginouves Old World Industries Valvoline Freecor NBI Glysacorr G93-94 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 X00054105 (barrel) X00058062 (canister) Castrol Extended Life Corrosion Inhibi‐ 6000 / 2 tor A 216 A216 Texcool A – 200 Power Cool Plus 6000 Drewgard XTA Mobil Delvac Extended Life Corrosion Inhibitor York 719 A 216 ZEREX G-93 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 colored red X00051509 (208 l) Table 57: 102 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019105 . X00057233 (20 l) X00057232 (210 l) colored green 23533526 23533527 Arteco BASF BP Lubricants CCI Corporation CCI Manufacturing IL Corporation Chevron Detroit Diesel Corp.001 .9. Brand name Coolant CS100 Power Cool Plus 6000 Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 Part No.

Brand name Coolant CS100 Power Cool Plus 6000 Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 Part No.9.001 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 X00054062 (canister) X00054105 (barrel) Glysacorr G93-94 Castrol Extended Life Corrosion Inhibi‐ 6000 / 2 tor A 216 A 216 Texcool A – 200 Power Cool Plus 2000 Power Cool Plus 6000 Drewgard XTA Mobil Delvac Extended Life Corrosion Inhibitor DCA-4L York 719 Alfloc (Maxitreat) 3477 Alfloc 2000 Nalco 2000 Nalcool 2000 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 2000 / 1 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 colored red X00051509 (208 l) Old World Industries Penray Total Valvoline A 216 Pencool 2000 Total WT Supra Zerex G-93 Table 58: A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 103 . see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor concentrates for cooling systems not containing light metal Manufacturer MTU Friedrichshafen Tognum America Inc.4.4 Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor concentrates for cooling systems not containing light metal 9. X00057233 (20 l) X00057232 (210 l) colored green 23533526 23533527 Arteco Freecor NBI Havoline Extended Life Corrosion In‐ hibitor [EU Code 32765] (XLI) BASF BP Lubricants CCI Corporation CCI Manufacturing IL Corporation Chevron Detroit Diesel Corp.1 Concentrates For details and special features. Drew Marine ExxonMobil Fleetguard Ginouves Nalco TIM-ID: 0000019146 .

001 .104 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019146 .

001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 105 .2 Ready mixtures For details and special features.4.9. see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor ready mixtures for cooling systems not containing light metals Manufacturer Nalco Brand name Alfloc (Maxitreat) 3443 (7%) Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 6000 / 2 Part No. Table 59: TIM-ID: 0000019147 .

HB500 Antifreeze APN* Glysantin G05 Glysantin G48* Glysantin G30 BP Lubricants ARAL Antifreeze Extra* Castrol Heavy Duty Extended Life Coolant Castrol Clariant Classic Schmierstoff GmbH CCI Corporation CCI Manufacturing IL Corporation Castrol Antifreeze NF* Castrol Radicool NF* Genatin Super Classic Kolda UE G48* L 415 C 521 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 no approval for Series 4000-04 TIM-ID: 0000019149 . Brand name Coolant AH100* Power Cool Off Highway Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 Part No.9. only coolants marked with an asterisk * can be used! Concentrates Manufacturer MTU Friedrichshafen Tognum America Inc.5.001 800070 (5 gallons) no approval for Series 4000-04 no approval for Series 4000-04 X00058054 (25 l) X00058053 (210 l) X00058072 (canister) X00058071 (barrel) Comma Oil & Chemicals Comma Xstream G30 Comma Xstream G48* 106 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 .1 Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates For details and special features.5 Corrosion inhibitor and antifreeze for cooling systems containing light metal 9. see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) For the Series 2000-06. X00057231 (20 l) X00057230 (210 l) 235335522 (1 gallon) 235335523 (5 gallons) 235335524 (55 gallons) no approval for Series 4000-04 Power Cool Universal* MTU Detroit Diesel Aus‐ tralia Avia BASF Power Cool .

001 OMV Coolant Plus* OMV Coolant SF RAVENOL Kühlerfrostschutz silikatfrei 9000 / 3 R542 Shell HD Premium Antigel Power Cooling Concentrate* Glacelf MDX* Zerex G-05 Zerex G-48* Zerex G-30 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 no approval for Series 4000-04 no approval for Series 4000-04 no approval for Series 4000-04 Sotagal .Manufacturer Detroit Diesel Corp.Mont Blanc Total Valvoline Table 60: A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 107 . no approval for Series 4000-04 Fuchs Maintain Fricofin* Maintain Fricofin G12 Plus Ginouves Krafft Kemetyl Maziva Mol-Lub Nalco Nalco Australia Old World Industries York 716* Refrigerante ACU 2300 Carix Premium G48* INA Antifriz Al Super* EVOX Extra G48 Antifreeze concen‐ trate* Nalcool 5990 Nalcool NF 48* Blue Mountain Heavy Duty Extended Life Coolant Fleetcharge SCA Precharged Heavy Duty Coolant/ Antifreeze Final Charge Global Extended Life Coolant Antifreeze OMV Ravensberger Schmier‐ stoffvertrieb GmbH Recochem Shell TIM-ID: 0000019149 . ExxonMobil Brand name Power Cool Antifreeze Power Cool Plus Coolant Mobil Delvac Extended Life Coolant Mobil Antifreeze Advanced Mobil Antifreeze Extra* Mobil Antifreeze Special Esso Antifreeze Advanced Esso Antifreeze Extra* Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 no approval for Series 4000-04 no approval for Series 4000-04 X00058075 (barrel) no approval for Series 4000-04 X00058074 (canister) X00058073 (barrel) no approval for Series 4000-04 Part No.

5.9. For use in arctic regions (< -40 °C) no approval for Series 2000-06 no approval for Series 4000-04 Table 61: 108 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019151 . see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) Concentrates for special applications Manufacturer BASF Brand name G206 Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 3 Part No.2 Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for special applications For details and special features.001 .

only coolants marked with an asterisk * can be used! Ready mixtures Manufacturer Tognum America Inc. 23524677 (5 gallons) 23524676 (55 gallons) no approval for Series 4000-04 Power Cool Universal (35/65) 9000 / 5 800085 (5 gallons) 800084 (55 gallons) no approval for Series 4000-04 Power Cool Universal (50/50)* Power Cool Off-Highway 50/50 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 800069 (1 gallon) 800071 (5 gallons) 23533530 (1 gallon) 23533531 (5 gallons) 23533532 (55 gallons) no approval for Series 4000-04 MTU Detroit Diesel Aus‐ tralia Bantleon BP Lubricants Castrol CCI Corporation CCI Manufacturing IL Corporation Detroit Diesel Corp.R.3 Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures For details and special features.9.-30 Power Cooling (44%)* L. see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) For the Series 2000-06.R.001 Mobil Delvac Extended Life Prediluted 9000 / 3 Coolant (50/50) Blue Mountain Heavy Duty Extended Life Prediluted Coolant (50/50) Final Charge Global Extended Life Prediluted Coolant/Antifreeze (50/50) 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 109 Sotragal – Mont Blanc Total L.HB500 Premix 50/50 Avilub Antifreeze Mix (50%)* 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 no approval for Series 4000-04 X00049213 (210 l) Castrol Heavy Duty Extended Life Pre‐ 9000 / 3 diluted Coolant (50/50) Castrol Antifreeze NF Premix (45%)* Castrol Radicool NF Premix (45%)* L 415 (50%) C 521 (50%) Power Cool Plus Prediluted Coolant (50/50) 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 TIM-ID: 0000019156 . Brand name Power Cool Plus Marine (30/70) Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 5 Part No.5. Exxon Mobil Old World Industries Power Cool .-38 Power Cooling (52%)* Coolelf MDX (40%)* .

001 . Glysantin Alu Protect Plus G48 Ready 9000 / 5 Mix* Valvoline Zerex G-05 50/50 Mix 9000 / 5 no approval for Series 4000-04 Table 62: 110 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019156 .Manufacturer Tosol-Sintez Brand name Glysantin Alu Protect G30 Ready Mix Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 3 Part No.

1 Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates For details and special features.HB500 Power Cool . Brand name Coolant AH100 Power Cool Off-Highway Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 Part No.6.9. see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates Manufacturer MTU Friedrichshafen Tognum America Inc.6 Corrosion inhibitor and antifreeze for cooling systems not containing light metal 9. X00057231 (20 l) X00057230 (210 l) 23533522 (1 gallon) 23533523 (5 gallons) 23533524 (55 gallons) Power Cool Universal MTU Detroit Diesel Aus‐ tralia Arteco Avia BASF Power Cool .HB800 Havoline Extended Life Coolant XLC [EU Code 30379] Antifreeze APN Glysantin G05 Glysantin G48 Glysantin G30 BP Lubricants Aral Antifreeze Extra Castrol Heavy Duty Extended Life Coolant Caltex Castrol CCI Corporation TIM-ID: 0000019158 .001 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 800070 (5 gallons) X00058054 (25 l) X00058053 (210 l) X00058072 (canister) X00058071 (barrel) Caltex Extended Life Coolant [AP Code 510614] (XLC) Castrol Antifreeze NF Castrol Radicool NF L415 C521 Havoline Dexcool Extended Life Anti‐ freeze [US Code 227994] Genatin Super Classic Kolda UE G48 CCI Manufacturing IL Corporation Chevron Clariant Classic Schmierstoff GmbH Comma Oil & Chemicals Comma Xstream G30 Comma Xstream G48 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 111 .

001 112 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 .Manufacturer Detroit Diesel Corp. Fuchs Maintain Fricofin Maintain Fricofin G12 Plus Fuchs Australia Ginouves Krafft Kemetyl Maziva Mol-Lub Nalco Nalco Australia OAO Old World Industries Titan HDD Coolant Concentrate York 716 Refrigerante ACU 2300 Energy Plus K-140 Carix Premium G48 INA Antifriz Al Super EVOX Extra G48 Antifreeze concen‐ trate Nalcool 4070 Nalcool 5990 Nalcool NF 48 Cool Stream Premium C Blue Mountain Heavy Duty Extended Life Coolant Fleetcharge SCA Precharged Heavy Duty Coolant/ Antifreeze Final Charge Global Extended Life Coolant Antifreeze OMV Ravensberger Schmier‐ stoffvertrieb GmbH Recochem Shell Sotragal – Mont Blanc Total OMV Coolant Plus OMV Coolant SF RAVENOL Kühlerfrostschutz silikatfrei 9000 / 3 R542 R824M Shell HD Premium Shell HD Premium N Antigel Power Cooling Concentrate Glacelf Auto Supra Glacelf MDX Glacelf Supra 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 TIM-ID: 0000019158 . ExxonMobil Brand name Power Cool Antifreeze Power Cool Plus Coolant Mobil Delvac Extended Life Coolant Mobil Antifreeze Advanced Mobil Antifreeze Extra Mobil Antifreeze Special Esso Antifreeze Advanced Esso Antifreeze Extra Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 X00058075 (barrel) X00058074 (canister) X00058073 (barrel) Part No.

001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 113 .Manufacturer Valvoline Brand name Zerex G-05 Zerex G-48 Zerex G-30 Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 Part No. Table 63: TIM-ID: 0000019158 .

2 Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for special applications For details and special features. see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) Concentrates for special applications Manufacturer BASF Brand name G206 Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 3 Part No.9.6.001 . For use in arctic regions (< -40 °C) Table 64: 114 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019157 .

6. see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures Manufacturer Tognum America Inc.3 Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures For details and special features.HB500 Premix 50/50 Power Cool .HB800 Premix 50/50 Halvoline Extended Life Coolant + B2 50/50 OF01 [EU Code 33073] (50%) Halvoline Extended Life Coolant + B2 40/60 OF01 [EU Code 33069] (40%) Halvoline Extended Life Coolant + B2 35/65 OF01 [EU Code 33074] (35%) Bantleon BP Lubricants Caltex Castrol CCI Corporation CCI Manufacturing IL Corporation Chevron TIM-ID: 0000019159 . 23524677 (5 gallons) 23524676 (55 gallons) 800085 (5 gallons) 800084 (55 gallons) 800069 (1 gallon) 800071 (5 gallons) 23533530 (1 gallon) 23533531 (5 gallons) 23533532 (55 gallons) MTU Detroit Diesel Aus‐ tralia Arteco Power Cool . ExxonMobil Fleetguard Fuchs Australia Nalco 9000 / 3 Mobil Delvac Extended Life Prediluted 9000 / 3 Coolant (50/50) PG XL (40%) Titan HDD Premix Coolant (50%) Nalcool 4100 (50%) 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 115 Propylene glycol .9.001 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 X00049213 (210 l) Avilub Antifreeze Mix (50%) Castrol Heavy Duty Extended Life Pre‐ 9000 / 3 diluted Coolant (50/50) Caltex Extended Life Coolant PreMixed 50/50 [AP Code 510609] (50%) Castrol Antifreeze NF Premix (45%) Castrol Radicool NF Premix (45%) L 415 (50%) C 521 (50%) Havoline Dexcool Extended Life Pre‐ dilluted 50/50 Antifeeze Coolant [US Code 227995] Power Cool Plus Prediluted Coolant (50/50) 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 Detroit Diesel Corp. Brand name Power Cool Plus Marine (30/70) Power Cool Universal (35/65) Power Cool Universal (50/50) Power Cool Off-Highway 50/50 Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 Part No.

R.001 .-38 Power Cooling (52%) Coolelf MDX (40%) Coolelf Supra (40%) Coolelf GF NP (50%) Tosol-Sintez Valvoline Glysantin Alu Protect G30 Ready Mix Glysantin Alu Protect G48 Ready Mix Zerex G-05 50/50 Mix 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 Table 65: 116 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019159 .-30 Power Cooling (44%) L.Manufacturer Old World Industries Brand name Blue Mountain Heavy Duty Extended Life Prediluted Coolant (50/50) Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 3 Part No. Final Charge Global Extended Life 9000 / 3 Predilluted Coolant / Antifreeze (50/50) Sotragal – Mont Blanc Total L.R.

23533522 (1 gallon) 23533523 (5 gallons) 23533524 (55 gallons) MTU Detroit Diesel Aus‐ tralia BASF Power Cool .HB500 Glysantin G05 Glysantin G30 BP Lubricants Castrol Heavy Duty Extended Life Coolant Power Cool Antifreeze Power Cool Plus Coolant ExxonMobil Mobil Delvac Extended Life Coolant Mobil Antifreeze Advanced Mobil Antifreeze Special Esso Antifreeze Advanced Fuchs Nalco Old World Industries Maintain Fricofin G 12 Plus Nalcool 5990 Blue Mountain Heavy Duty Extended Life Coolant Fleet Charge SCA precharged heavy duty coolant / Antifreeze Final Charge Global Extended Life Coolant/Antifreeze TIM-ID: 0000019160 .9.001 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 X00058074 (canister) X00058073 (barrel) X00058072 (canister) X00058071 (barrel) Comma Oil & Chemicals Comma Xstream G30 Detroit Diesel Corp.7. OMV Ravensberger Schmier‐ stoffvertrieb GmbH Recochem Shell Valvoline OMV Coolant SF RAVENOL Kühlerfrostschutz silikatfrei 9000 / 3 R 542 Shell HD Premium Zerex G 05 Zerex G 30 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 Table 66: A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 117 . Brand name Power Cool Off-Highway Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 5 Part No.1 Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for Series 60 engines For details and special features.7 Coolant additives for Series 60 engines 9. see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates Manufacturer Tognum America Inc.

118 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019160 .001 .

9.HB500 Premix 50/50 9000 / 3 Castrol Heavy Duty Extended Life Pre‐ 9000 / 3 diluted Coolant (50/50) Power Cool Plus Prediluted Coolant (50/50) 9000 / 3 Mobil Delvac Extended Life Prediluted 9000 / 3 Coolant (50/50) Blue Mountain Heavy Duty Extended Life Prediluted Coolant (50/50) Final Charge Global Extended Life Prediluted Coolant/Antifreeze (50/50) 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 Tosol-Sintez Valvoline Glysantin Alu Protect G30 Ready Mix Zerex G-05 50/50 Mix Table 67: TIM-ID: 0000034533 . see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures Manufacturer Tognum America Inc.2 Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures for Series 60 engines For details and special features. Brand name Power Cool Plus Marine (30/70) Power Cool Off Highway 50/50 Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 Part No.7. 23524677 (5 gallons) 23524676 (55 gallons) 23533530 (1 gallon) 23533531 (5 gallons) 23533532 (55 gallons) MTU Detroit Diesel Aus‐ tralia BP Lubricants Detroit Diesel Corp.001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 119 . ExxonMobil Old World Industries Power Cool .

see chapter on “Coolants”(→ Page 20) Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor concentrates Manufacturer MTU Friedrichshafen Tognum America Inc.001 . Brand name Coolant CS100 Power Cool Plus 6000 Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 Part No.9. X00057233 (20 l) X00057232 (210 l) colored green 23533526 23533527 BASF Drew Marine Ginouves Valvoline Glysacorr G93-94 Drewgard XTA York 719 ZEREX G-93 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 X00054105 (barrel) X00058062 (canister) Table 68: 120 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000034532 .3 Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for Series 60 engines For details and special features.7.

1 Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for two-cycle engines Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates Manufacturer MTU Friedrichshafen Tognum America Inc. ExxonMobil TIM-ID: 0000034540 .001 Power Cool Antifreeze Power Cool Plus Coolant Mobil Delvac Extended Life Coolant Mobil Antifreeze Advanced Mobil Antifreeze Extra Esso Antifreeze Advanced Esso Antifreeze Extra Fuchs Maintain Fricofin Maintain Fricofin G12 Plus .HB500 Antifreeze APN Glysantin G30 Glysantin G48 BP Lubricants Aral Antifreeze Extra Castrol Heavy Duty Extended Life Coolant Castrol CCI Corporation CCI Manufacturing IL Corporation Classic Schmierstoff GmbH Castrol Antifreeze NF Castrol Radicool NF L 415 C 521 Classic Kolda UE G48 Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 /3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 121 X00058074 (barrel) X00058073 (canister) Ginouves York 716 X00058072 (canister) X00058071 (barrel) X00058054 (25 l) X00058053 (210 l) Part No. X00057231 (20 l) X00057230 (210 l) 23528572 23528571 800070 (5 gallons) Comma Oil & Chemicals Comma Xstream G30 Comma Xstream G48 Detroit Diesel Corp.8.9.8 Coolant additives for two-cycle engines 9. Brand name Coolant AH100 Power Cool 3149 Power Cool Universal MTU Detroit Diesel Aus‐ tralia Avia BASF Power Cool .

OMV Ravensberger Schmier‐ stoffvertrieb GmbH Recochem Shell Sotragal – Mont Blanc Total Valvoline OMV Coolant Plus OMV Coolant SF RAVENOL Kühlerfrostschutz silikatfrei 9000 / 3 R 542 Shell HD Premium Antigel Power Cooling Concentrate Glacelf MDX Zerex G-30 Zerex G-48 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 Table 69: 122 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000034540 .001 .Manufacturer Kemetyl Maziva Mol-Lub Nalco Nalco Australia Old World Industries Brand name Carix Premium G48 INA Antifriz Al Super EVOX Extra G48 Antifreeze concen‐ trate Nalcool 5990 Nalcool NF 48 Blue Mountain Heavy Duty Extended Life Coolant Fleet Charge SCA precharged heavy duty coolant / Antifreeze Final Charge Global Extended Life Coolant/Antifreeze Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 Part No.

9.R. 800085 (5 gallons) 800084 (55 gallons) 800069 (1 gallon) 8000 71 (5 gallons) MTU Detroit Diesel Aus‐ tralia Bantleon BP Lubricants Castrol CCI Corporation CCI Manufacturing IL Corporation Detroit Diesel Corp.-30 Power Cooling (44%) L.HB500 Premix 50/50 Avilub Antifreeze Mix (50%) Castrol Heavy Duty Extended Life Pre‐ 9000 / 3 diluted Coolant (50/50) Castrol Antifreeze NF Premix (45%) Castrol Radicool NF Premix (45%) L 415 (50%) C 521 (50%) Power Cool Antifreeze premix 50/50 Power Cool Plus Prediluted Coolant (50/50) 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 /3 9000 / 3 9000 / 3 ExxonMobil Sotragal – Mont Blanc Old World Industries Mobil Delvac Extended Life Prediluted 9000 / 3 Coolant (50/50) L.3 Glysantin Alu Protect Plus G48 Ready 9000 / 5 Mix Total Coolelf MDX (40%) 9000 / 5 Table 70: TIM-ID: 0000034556 .8.-38 Power Cooling (52%) Blue Mountain Heavy Duty Extended Life Prediluted Coolant (50/50) 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 Final Charge Global Extended Life 9000 / 3 Prediluted Coolant / Antifreeze (50/50) Tosol-Sintez Glysantin Alu Protect G30 Ready Mix 9000 .2 Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures for two-cycle engines Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures Manufacturer Tognum America Inc.R. Brand name Power Cool Universal (35/65) Power Cool Universal (50/50) Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 9000 / 5 9000 / 5 9000 / 3 9000 / 5 X00049213 (210l) Part No.001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Approved coolants | 123 . Power Cool .

8. Freeco NBI Glysacorr G93-94 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 X00058062 (canister) X00054105 (barrel) Castrol Extended Life Corrosion Inhibi‐ 9000 / 2 tor A 216 A 216 Texcool A – 200 Power Cool Plus 6000 Power Cool 2000 Power Cool 3000 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 4000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 4000 / 2 6000 / 2 colored red X00051509 (208 l) Drew Marine ExxonMobil Ginouves Old World Industries Penray Valvoline Drewgard XTA Mobil Delvac Extended Life Corrosion Inhibitor York 719 A 216 Pencool 2000 Pencool 3000 ZEREX G-93 Table 71: 124 | Approved coolants | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019161 .001 . X00057233 (20 l) X00057232 (210 l) colored green 23533527 23533526 Arteco BASF BP Lubricants CCI Corporation CCI Manufacturing IL Corporation Chevron Detroit Diesel Corp.9. Brand name Coolant CS100 Power Cool Plus 6000 Operating time Comments / Hour / Year 6000 / 2 6000 / 2 Part No.3 Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor concentrates for two-cycle engines Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor concentrates Manufacturer MTU Friedrichshafen Tognum America Inc.

Below-standard water quality or incorrect coolant preparation can also heavily contaminate the system. the coolant circuit is to be flushed out with fresh water. legal requirements and technical guidelines valid in the individual countries. Otherwise there is a dan‐ ger of corrosion! Fluids and lubricants (e. Only clean. These regulations are contained in the manufacturer's instructions. Certain regulations must be obeyed when handling. sludge deposits from aging coolant additives can accumulate in the coolant circuits.. Reduced cooling capacity. Only MTU-approved or corresponding products at the specified concentrations may be used for cleaning. repeatedly if necessary. If such conditions occur. can be made in this publication. fresh water (no river or sea water) must be used for flushing. treated engine coolant). storing and disposing of these substances.1 General information These cleaning specifications are for the engine coolant circuits in MTU diesel engines and gas engines. auxiliary materials and fluids and lubricants TIM-ID: 0000019196 . used flushing water. (→ Page 96). MTU accepts no responsibility whatsoever for improp‐ er or illegal use of the fluids and lubricants / cleaning agents which it has approved.g. Scrap oil heat exchangers from engines with bearing or piston seizures or friction damage! Test equipment. clogged vent lines and drain points and dirty coolant level sight-glasses can result. the coolant cir‐ cuit and all affected parts must be cleaned. If these flushing sequences are insufficient or if the system is too heavily contaminated. fill the coolant circuits with treated engine coolant as stipulated in the current MTU Fluids and Lubricants Specifications A001061/.001 MTU test kit or electric pH-value measuring instrument • Fresh water • Prepared engine coolant • Superheated steam • Compressed air A001061/35E 04/2012 | Flushing and Cleaning Specifications for Engine Coolant Circuits | 125 . cleaning agents and cleaning solutions can be hazardous materials. Users of the products named in these specifications are therefore obliged to inform them‐ selves of the locally valid regulations.10 Flushing and Cleaning Specifications for Engine Coolant Circuits 10. The specified cleaning procedure is to be complied with. In the course of time. Considerable differences can apply from country to country so that no generally valid statement on the applicable regulations for fluids and lubricants etc. Immediately after flushing or cleaning.

contamination with fungi and yeast Bacteria contamination up to >10 Not stocked by MTU 126 | Flushing and Cleaning Specifications for Engine Coolant Circuits | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000019197 . fungi or yeast (so-called system cleaners): Schülke & Mayr GmbH Schülke & Mayr GmbH Grotan forte5) Grotanol SR16) Liquid Liquid X00054106 (10 kg) X00057297 (10 kg) X00057598 (200 kg) Troy Chemical Company Troyshield SC16) 1% by volume Liquid 7) Table 72: 1) 2) 3) 4) Not suitable for galvanized surfaces For greasy lime deposits Preferred for heavy lime deposits For heavy lime deposits 5) 6) 7) Bacteria contamination up to 10 4 4 .10. 7) 7) 7) For coolant systems: X00057277 (25 kg) 7) X00056750 (25 kg) 7) For coolant systems contaminated with bacteria.2 Approved cleaning products Manufacturer Henkel Henkel Novamax Nalco For assemblies: Henkel Henkel Kluthe Novamax P3-FD2) Porodox3) Hakutex 60 Euron 13084) 3 to 5% by weight 5 to 10% by weight 100% by vol‐ ume 5 to 10% by weight 0.002 .15% by vol‐ ume 1% by volume Powder Powder Liquid Powder 7) Product name P3-Neutrasel 5262 P3-Saxin Grision 5716 Maxi Clean 21) Concentration for use 2% by volume 2% by weight 2% by weight 2% by volume Liquid Powder Powder Liquid Order No.

Run engine for approx. 9. b) pH value difference > 1: Fill system with fresh flush water and repeat flushing process. 6. 2.001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Flushing and Cleaning Specifications for Engine Coolant Circuits | 127 .3 Engine coolant circuits – Flushing 1. 8. Drain flush water. Refer to the engine Operating Instructions for additional information. Measure pH value of flush-water sample using the MTU test kit or electric pH value measuring device and compare with the pH value of the fresh water. Never pour cold water into a hot engine! 4. c) If the pH value difference is still > 1 after 4 to 5 flushing operations: Clean coolant circuit (→ Page 128) and also clean assemblies if necessary (→ Page 129). Measure pH-value of the fresh water (MTU test kit or electric pH-value measuring device). Take flush-water sample (engine-coolant-sample extraction cock). 30 minutes at increased speed. a) pH value difference < 1: Fill system with treated coolant and start engine. start and run engine until warm. Fill coolant circuit with fresh water. TIM-ID: 0000037747 . 3.10. 7. Shut down engine. Preheat. Drain engine coolant. 5.

10.4 Engine coolant circuits – Cleaning
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Prepare concentrated solution of detergent for coolant circuits (→ Page 126) in warm, fresh water. In the case of powdered products, stir until the detergent is completely dissolved and without sediment. Pour solution together with fresh water into coolant circuit. Start engine and run until warm. Run engine for approx. 2 hours at increased speed. Shut down engine. Drain off cleaning agents and flush the engine coolant circuit with fresh water. Take flush-water sample (engine-coolant-sample extraction cock). Measure pH value of flush-water sample using the MTU test kit or electric pH value measuring device and compare with the pH value of the fresh water. a) pH value difference < 1: Fill system with treated coolant and start engine. b) pH value difference > 1: Clean assemblies (→ Page 129). Refer to the engine Operating Instructions for additional information.

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10.5 Cleaning assemblies
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Remove, disassemble and clean assemblies that are exposed to heavy sludge deposits e.g. expansion tanks, preheating units, heat exchangers (coolant cooler, oil heat-exchanger, intercooler, charge-air pre‐ heater, fuel preheater etc.) and lower sections of pipework. Before cleaning, examine degree of contamination on water sides. If greasy lime deposits are found, first degrease the water side. Stubborn deposits caused by oil mist in intercoolers can be removed with Kluthe Hakutex 60. Remove hard lime deposits with a decalcifying product. In the event of stubborn lime deposits, a 10% inhibited hydrochloric acid solution may have to be used. Dissolve deposits on and in heat-exchanger elements in a heated cleaning bath. Use only approved de‐ tergents (→ Page 126) in the permissible concentration and observe the manufacturer's specifications! Deposits on the oil side can also be dissolved in a kerosene bath. The dwell time in the cleaning bath depends on the type and degree of contamination, as well as the temperature and activity of the bath. 7. Clean individual components such as housings, covers, pipes, sight glasses, heat-exchanger elements with superheated steam, a nylon brush (soft) and a powerful water jet. In order to avoid damage: Do not use hard or sharp-edged tools (steel brushes, scrapers, etc.) (oxide protective lay‐ er). Do not set the pressure of the water jet too high (may damage cooler fins, for example). 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. After cleaning, blow through the heat exchanger elements with low-pressure steam in the direction oppo‐ site to operational flow, rinse with clear water (until pH-value difference is < 1) and blow dry with com‐ pressed or hot air. Check that all components are in perfect condition, repair or replace as necessary. Flush oil and engine coolant sides of heat-exchanger elements with corrosion-inhibiting oil. This step may be omitted if the heat exchanger is installed and taken into service immediately after cleaning. After installing all assemblies, flush engine coolant circuit once (→ Page 127). Check coolant system for leaks during initial operation of engine. For further information, see the Maintenance Manual for the engine in question.

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10.6 Coolant circuits contaminated with bacteria, fungi or yeast
System cleaning
The system cleaner must flow a sufficiently long time through the complete cooling system to ensure ef‐ fective cleaning and disinfection. Therefore, the predefined amount of the approved system cleaner (→ Page 126) must be added to the contaminated coolant in the system. Use a circulating pump to provide continuous mixture flow through the coolant system for at least 24 hours.

Flushing
After draining the coolant/system cleaner mixture, the coolant circuit must be flushed with fresh water as long as visible contamination can be detected and until the flush water has the pH-value of the fresh water (maximum deviation of the pH-values: <1).

Refill
Before refilling the circuit, make sure the system is free of contaminants. Refill must be performed directly after flushing to avoid the risk of corrosion!

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revised cycle engines Coolant revised 7 32 Diesel fuels revised or added Concentration for use paragraph omitted paragraph omitted paragraph omitted paragraph omitted 11 58 59 67 Fuel additives / mi‐ Approved biocides grotamar 82 croorganisms in added fuel Fuel for gas en‐ gines NOx reducing agent AUS 32 for SCR after-treat‐ ment systems revised added complete chapter complete chapter 12 13 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Overview of Changes | 131 .revised stroke engines Lubricating greases Lubricants for gas engines added added Engine oils for two.002 Lubricants for four. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Page 05 07 15 16 18 20 Subject Preface Action revised Measure Internet address complete chapter separate subsec‐ tion separate subsec‐ tion complete chapter complete chapter divided into sub‐ sections complete chapter divided into sub‐ sections content changes with diesel fuel ap‐ provals added: Diesel fuels for engines with exhaust aftertreat‐ ment 8 53 Biodiesel revised Table Note changes to content 9 10 56 57 Approved antiwear additives Heating oil EL revised Cetane number Sulfur content Lubricity Valve wear TIM-ID: 0000009956 .11 Overview of Changes 11.1 Revision overview from version A001061/34 to A001061/35 Seq. No.

No. 14 Page 69 Subject Action Measure complete chapter Approved engine revised oils and lubricating greases Approved coolants revised Preservation speci‐ omitted fications 15 16 96 complete chapter complete chapter New publication no.Seq. complete chapter 17 125 Flushing and Cleaning Specifi‐ cations for Engine Coolant Systems Appendix A revised 18 133 added complete chapter 132 | Overview of Changes | A001061/35E 04/2012 TIM-ID: 0000009956 . : A001070/.002 ...

12 Appendix A 12.1 Index A Applicability of the publication 5 DCL-ID: 0000005353 .001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Appendix A | 133 .

Category 1 of SAE grade 40 for gas engines in Series 4000 L62FB  92 – Single-grade oils . 5W-40.Category 1 of SAE grade 40 for gas engines in Series 4000 L61/L62  91 – Single-grade oils .1 (low SAPS)  85 – Single-grade oils .1 (low SAPS oils)   84 – Multigrade oils .001 134 | Appendix A | A001061/35E 04/2012 . 15W-40 and 20W-40 for diesel engines  78 – Multigrade oils .Category 1 of SAE grades 30 and 40 for diesel engines  70 – Single-grade oils – Category 2 of SAE grades 30 and 40 for diesel engines  75 – Engine oils for two-cycle engines  94 – Series-based usability for two-cycle engine oils   93 – Lubricating greases for general applications  95 Approved fluids and lubricants – Engine oils for two-cycle engines   – Series-based usability for two-cycle engine oils   93 C Cleaning assemblies 129 Coolant – Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze  23 – Emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oils  22 – Fresh water requirements  21 – General information  20 – Limit values for coolants  29 – Operational monitoring  25 – Storage stability of coolant concentrates up to max.Category 2 of SAE grades 10W-40.1 (low SAPS oils)   89 – Series-based restrictions for engine oils in MTU oil category 1  69 – Series-based usability of engine oils in MTU oil category 22.Approved fluids and lubricants – Coolant   – Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for two-cycle engines  121 – Corrosion-inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures for two-cycle engines  123 – Coolants   – Coolant additives for Series 2000 and 4000 Marine (seawater temperature >25 °C)  114 – Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates  106 – Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for cooling system not containing light metals  111 – Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for Series 60 engines  117.1 (low SAPS)  74 – Series-based usability of engine oils in MTU oil category 3 and 3. and 10W-40 for diesel engines  86 – Multigrade oils .Category 3 of SAE grades 5W-30. 120 – Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze concentrates for special applications  108 – Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures   109. 115 – Corrosion inhibiting antifreeze ready mixtures for Series 60 engines  119 – Ready mixtures  105 – Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor concentrates for cooling systems containing light metal  102 – Water-soluble corrosion inhibitor concentrates for two-cycle engines  124 – Water-soluble corrosion inhibitors for cooling sys‐ tems not containing light metal  103 – Engine oils for four-cycle engines   – Multigrade oils .Category 1 of SAE grades 10W-40 and 15W-40 for diesel engines  72 – Multigrade oils . 30 °C (in original sealed and airtight containers)  30 – Treatment  21 – Water-soluble corrosion inhibitors  24 E Emulsifiable corrosion-inhibiting oils 101 Engine coolant circuits – Cleaning 128 Engine coolant circuits – Flushing 127 Engine preservation 5 F Flushing and cleaning instructions for engine coolant cir‐ cuits – Coolant circuits contaminated with bacteria.Category 2.Category 3. fungi or yeast  130 Flushing and cleaning specifications for engine coolant circuits – Approved cleaning products  126 – Cleaning assemblies  129 – Cleaning engine coolant circuits  128 – Flushing engine coolant circuits  127 – General information  125 Fuels – Diesel fuels  32 – Fuel additives / microorganisms in fuel  58 – Fuel for gas engines  59 – Heating oil EL  57 I Information on use 5 L Lubricants for four-cycle engines – Engine oils  7 – Lubricating greases  15 Lubricants for gas engines – Engine oils  16 Lubricants for two-cycle engines – Engine oils  18 N NOx reducing agent AUS 32 for SCR systems – General information  67 DCL-ID: 0000005353 .

and application-based usability of coolant addi‐ tives 96 DCL-ID: 0000005353 .R Revision overview from version A001061/34 to A001061/35 131 S Series.001 A001061/35E 04/2012 | Appendix A | 135 .

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