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World's first marine Stage V engine at Seawork

M&H Engineering brought innovation to Seawork, where it introduced the world's first marine engine complying with all major marine emission regulations including European Stage V, IMO III, BSO and Swiss water requirements.

The 4.5L engine displayed features continuous rating of 129kW@2400 and is the first out of a complete line-up from 93kW to 448kW available later this year.

“The show generated a lot of interest and was a huge success for M&H Engineering, a joint-venture between UK based ML Power Systems and Swiss based Hamilton AG”, says Barry McCooey of ML Power Systems. “We combined our respective marine and industrial engineering know how to come up with a Stage V solution which focuses on low operation cost and high reliability”.

M&H Stage V Marine engines are premium build engines for auxiliary and propulsion applications. They offer a full power range from 93kW to 448kW and are designed to meet today’s regulations for Stage V Inland Waterway and IMO III.

A wide range of factory installed and 'shipped with' options are available, all designed to meet skippers’ expectations.

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