Scania DI13 series Operator's Manual
Scania DI13 series This Operator's manual describes the operation and maintenance of Scania marine engines. The engines are direct-injection, liquid-cooled, four-stroke turbocharged diesel engines. The engines are available with different output and speed settings. The engine power of the engine ordered is indicated on the engine data plate.
Note: Only standard components are described in the operator's manual. Information about special equipment is contained in instructions from the various manufacturers.
Scania DI13 Service Manual To ensure the maximum performance and the longest service life for the engine remember the following:
Read through the Operator's Manual before starting to use the engine. Even regular users of Scania engines will get new information from the Operator's manual.
Always follow the maintenance instructions.
Read the section on safety carefully.
Get to know your engine so that you know what it can do and how it works.
Always contact an authorised Scania workshop for maintenance and repairs.
The information in this Operator's manual was correct at the time of going to press. Scania reserves the right to make alterations without prior notice.
Scania DI13 Manual Power classes
Scania supplies engines in 4 different power classes: ICFN – continuous operation: Intended for unlimited number of operational hours per year at a total load factor of 100%.
IFN - periodic operation: Intended for periodic operation, where full power is available 1 h/3 h. The accumulated load factor must not exceed 80% of the calculated load. Unlimited number of hours per year.
Patrol Craft Long: Intended for periodic operation, where full power is available 1 h/6 h. In between periods of operation at full load, the engine speed must be reduced by at least 10% of the maximum engine speed attained. The maximum accumulated operating time must be 2,000 hours per year.
Patrol Craft Short: Intended for periodic operation where the calculated power is available 1h/12h. In between periods of operation at full load, the engine speed must be reduced by at least 10% of the maximum engine speed attained. The maximum accumulated operating time must be 1,200 hours per year.