X62-S2.0

WinGD (Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd) has introduced the new X62-S2.0 short piston stroke that is ideal for vessels with a shallow draught, small propeller diameter or low main deck height. Thanks to the new design the engine is the optimum choice for several vessel segments such as container feeders, RORO and CONRO vessels, multipurpose cargo vessels and vehicle carriers.

The X62-S2.0 engine has a cylinder bore diameter of 620 mm and a piston stroke of 2,245 mm, with a maximum continuous power of 2,685kW/cylinder at 108 rpm. The engine will be available with five to eight cylinders configuration being able to cover a power range of 7,600-21,480 kW at 55-108 rpm.

The X62-S2.0 will be equipped with iSCR (integrated Selective Catalytic Reduction) as standard to be fully compliant with IMO Tier III NOx emissions requirement and to simplifying engine installation for shipyard and therefore reducing costs for ship owners and ship operators. .  The X-52-S2.0 is DF-ready as standard, it can be easily converted to dual-fuel, as no major structural components need to be modified.

Basic Engine Data

Technical Information

WinGD X62-S2.0

Cylinder bore
620mm
Piston stroke
2245mm
Speed
85-108rpm
Stroke/bore
3.62
Mean effective pressure at R1
22.0 bar

Rated power, principal dimensions and weights

Output in kw at
108rpm85rpmLength A (mm)Weight (tonnes)
Cyl.R1R2R3R4
51342597501055075006500
616110117001266090007500
7187951365014770105008500
8214801560016880120009500
Output in kw at
108rpm85rpm
Cyl.R1R2R3R4
5134259750105507500
61611011700126609000
718795136501477010500
821480156001688012000
Cyl.Length A (mm)Weight (tonnes)
56500
67500
78500
89500
Dimensions in mm
B C D E E*
3420 1300
F1 F2 F3 G

Brake specific fuel consumption (bsfc) in g/kWh

Full load, Rating point R1 R2 R3 R4
BMEP, bar 22.1 16.0 22.0 15.8
BSFC Standard Tuning 161.0 156.0 159.0 157.0
Part load, % of R1
Tuning variant Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard
BSFC
Full load, Rating point
BMEP, bar
R1 R1 R3 R4
22.1 16.0 22.0 15.8
BSFC
Standard Tuning
R1 R1 R3 R4
161.0 156.0 159.0 157.0
Part load, % of R1
Tuning variant
Standard Standard Standard Standard Standard
BSFC

Configuration

Extent of delivery

Installation

Marine Installation Manual

Engine and System Dynamics

Forms

Vibration Standards and Limits - Marine

Published 17 February 2020

Torsional Vibration Calculation (TVC) - Marine

Published 17 February 2020

Torsional Vibration Calculation (TVC) OD-Shaft - Marine

Published 17 February 2020

Axial Vibration Calculation (AVC) - Marine

Published 17 February 2020

Whirling Vibration Calculation (WVC) - Marine

Published 17 February 2020

Limits

Acceptable vibration levels and standard measurement points

Published 12 June 2019

Operation & Maintenance

Fuel Lubricants Water

Validated Fluids for Engine Operation

Cooling Water and Additives for WinGD engines - V2

Published 04 January 2019

Diesel Fuels for WinGD engines - V2

Published 21 December 2018

Lubricants for WinGD engines - V4

Published 19 December 2019

WinGD_TIN011_IMO 2020 operation guideline

Published 20 May 2019

Technical Updates

Technical Information Note

WinGD_TIN006-2_Impact back pressure EH treatment systems

Published 27 May 2019

WinGD_TIN011_IMO 2020 operation guideline

Published 20 May 2019

WinGD_TIN016_Introduction-of-Engine-Designation

Published 02 December 2019

WinGD_TIN017_X52S_X62S_Diesel-DF_Engine_Announcement

Published 02 December 2019

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