Diesel Marine Propulsion Engines & Marine Generating Sets
Back in the s pleasureboat diesel engine were considered high-revving if they reached rpm. Unlike the current mhp or metric horsepower favoured by European and Japanese engine manufacturers, which equals These produced torque figures closer to what a 30 to 40bhp diesel develops than their stated outputs. The only drawback was their massive weight relative to output, but then an engine should always be judged on its torque output rather than maximum power. UK-based Beta Marine has long been manufacturing a range of naturally-aspirated Beta diesel engines, based on Kubota and Iveco engines. These normally develop maximum power from to rpm depending on the output and are all freshwater heat exchanger cooled with conventional fuel injection systems of no more than bar psi. But the Beta JD3 diesel engine is a throwback to the days when torque was way more important than maximum bhp, something that a nerd like me can really appreciate! Based on a three-cylinder 2. Best of all is the torque, a massive Nm at rpm. To put this in perspective, the Kubota-based four-cylinder 2.
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Since Beta Marine has developed an enviable reputation for providing quiet and smooth running marine diesel engines and generating sets to suit a wide range of applications. They are renowned for durability, longevity, reliability and deliver an excellent return on investment. From our modern and flexible manufacturing facility in the UK, we manufacture and ship these nationally and internationally through 56 export distributors. This network is also there to provide product aftersales support throughout the world. Please read our latest statement on the Coronavirus Covid and how it affects our current production procedures. As we all navigate this second period of uncertainty Beta Marine Limited wanted to take this opportunity to reassure you of the actions we have taken here in Gloucester, United Kingdom to keep our customers, staff and suppliers safe, whilst continuing to provide you with an excellent service. Currently we are still open for both production and spare part supply and are still able to offer our normal delivery options.
Forgot your password? Or sign in with one of these services. My search for a replacement boat has led me to look at a boat with a Beta JD3 3 cylinder? My current boat has the modern Beta 43hp 4-cylinder engine. I know very little about marine engines so am wondering how much extra maintenance, if any, there is on a Beta JD3 over the Beta 43hp?