Scania DI14 69 Operator's Manual
An emission certified engine has been approved according to a specific certification standard. The certified engines delivered by Scania meet the most compelling emission standards in the European (EU) and non-European (USA) markets.
Scania guarantees that all engines of a certified engine type that are delivered, correspond to the engine approved for certification.
Scania DI14 69 Operator's ManualThe engine is fitted with a certification plate, stating according to which certification rules (standard) the engine has been approved. Refer to page 10. The following is required for the engine to meet the emission standards after being commissioned:
- Service and maintenance must be performed according to this Operator’s Manual.
- Only genuine Scania parts must be used.
- Service work on the injection equipment must be performed by an authorized Scania workshop.
- The engine must not be modified with equipment not approved by Scania.
- Seals and setting data may only be broken/modified after approval by Scania, Södertälje. Changes should only be made by qualified personnel.
- Changes affecting the exhaust system and intake system must be approved by Scania.
Otherwise, follow the instructions in this manual for operation, care and maintenance of the engine. Also observe the safety precautions described in the following four pages.
This instruction manual describes the operation and maintenance of Scania marine engine DI14 69 (750 hp) and DI14 82 (800 hp). The instructions apply to this engine type in program 96 with effect from engine number 5 564 900.
The engines are direct-injection, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, V8 diesel engines with 2 turbochargers. This engine has 2 charge air coolers connected to the internal cooling system and a charge air cooler cooled by seawater, see also page 10.
The engines feature an internal cooling system with a heat exchanger cooled by seawater. The engine type has electronic control of the injection system’s governor to optimize engine performance and such important operating factors as fuel
consumption and exhaust emissions. Called DEC2 (Digital Electronic Control), the electronic control system is described in greater detail on page 12.
Scania has always been at the forefront in the development and production of environmentally safe engines.
We have made great progress in reducing harmful exhaust emissions to be able to meet the stringent emission standards that are mandatory for almost all markets.
We have done this without compromising the high quality of Scania industrial and marine engines in terms of performance and cost effective operation.
To maintain these superior properties throughout the life of the engine it is important that the operator/owner follows the instructions of this manual as regards operation, maintenance and choice of fuel and lubricants.
To further contribute to protecting the environment in service, maintenance and repair, ensure that harmful waste (oil, fuel, coolant, filters, batteries etc.) is disposed of and destroyed according to applicable local regulations.
This operator’s manual contains highlighted text urging you to protect the environment in different service and maintenance operations.