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  Navy vessel engines (KDX-I, II)
      
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Specifications
Vessel
New Destroyer KDX-I, II (main and auxiliary engines)
Engine model
Main engine: 20V956TB82
Auxiliary engine: 12V396TE54
Rated output
Main engine: 3865kW, 5256HP, 1500RPM
Auxiliary engine: 1035kW, 1408HP, 1800RPM
Size

Main engine: 5260mm(length)×1600mm(width)×2882mm(height)
Auxiliary engine: 2830mm(length)×1540mm(width)×1870mm(height)
Features
From the KDX-I in 1994 to the KDX-II series, these engines have been the driving power of the destroyers, the vanguard of Korean maritime protection, with high technology based on experience and high quality. The engine has 2 main propellers, and 4 power generators. To minimize internal noise and vibration of the engine room, there is an additional enclosure covering the engine.


  Navy vessel engines (PCC, FFK)
      
Items
Specifications
Vessel
Destroyer, Coast Patrol Combat Corvette, Frigate (main and auxiliary engines)
Engine model
Main engine: 12V956TB82
Auxiliary engine: 6V396TC52
Rated output
Main engine: 2255kW, 3067HP, 1455RPM
Auxiliary engine: 550kW, 748HP, 1800RPM
Size

Main engine: 3900mm(length)×1600mm(width)×2920mm(height)
Auxiliary engine: 1873mm(length)×1458mm(width)×1632mm(height)
Features
These are the engines of a coast patrol combat corvette and a frigate that have contributed to enhancing the position of the navy. These vessels may have lost a bit of their sheen since the appearance of the destroyer KDX series, but they are by no means inferior to the KDX series in performance and function.


      
Items
Specifications
Vessel
Main engine of a high-speed patrol boat
Engine model
20V538TB91
Rated output
3050kW, 4148HP, 1850RPM
Size

3872mm(length)×1700mm(width)×2318mm(height)
Features
The main engine of high-speed patrol boats responsible for coast protection. A patrol boat equipped with this kind of engine sank North Korean warships by tracking them to the bitter end during the Yeonpyeong naval battle on June 16, 1999. A greatly upgraded engine based on this technology is currently under pilot production. We are now anticipating our new engine, which will be in charge of complete marine protection in near future.


  Maritime police engine (1,000ton)
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Specifications
Vessel
Patrol rescue boat (1000 ton)
Engine model
12V956TB82
Rated output
2255kW, 3067HP, 1455RPM
Size

3900mm(length)×1600mm(width)×2920mm(height)
Features
Although its task and workload has been greatly reduced due to the introduction of 5,000, 3,000 and 1,500 ton coast patrol ships, a boat equipped with this engine has the military strength necessary to carry out the immense task of protecting and settling various maritime incidents, such as the protection of exclusive maritime economic zones and fishermen, and control of illegal fishing and despoliation of Chinese fishing boats. Currently, various types of engines are mounted on each boat, but greatly upgraded engines are being developed based on this technology.


  Maritime police engine (50 ton)
Items
Specifications
Vessel
Patrol boat
Engine model
16V2000M90
Rated output
1343kW, 1826HP, 2300RPM
Size

2855mm(length)×1400mm(width)×1520mm(height)
Features
As a small naval vessel in charge of coast guard duties such as patrol, supervision, and control of fishing boats, boats of this type are still being constructed to this day.


  Maritime police engine (3,000 ton)
Items
Specifications
Vessel
Patrol rescue boat
Engine model
(20V1163-scheduled to be produced)
Rated output
Preparing
Size

Preparing
Features
Our non-military engines installed on 5,000 ton and 3,000 ton patrol rescue ships are still currently running, and an upgraded model, the STX-MTU engine, will be mounted in the future.


  Maritime police engine (1500 ton)
Items
Specifications
Vessel
Patrol rescue boat (1500 ton level)
Engine model
16V1163TB83
Rated output
4655kW, 6631HP, 1200RPM
Size

4410mm(length)×1660mm(width)×2810mm(height)
Features
The patrol rescue boat equipped with this engine is the newest one carrying out coast guard duties, and has been responsible for guarding the coast of our territorial waters since it was launched in 1988 (Number 1501 / Jeju Island).
Its maximum speed is 23 knots, and an upgraded engine will be mounted in the future.