Deutz 413 Diesel series engine
The robust motor design of Deutz 413 Diesel series engine guarantees high operational reliability even under extreme underground conditions. The very compact engine design of the V-engine and the integrated The cooling system reduce installation costs.
Deutz 413 Diesel series engine
The Deutz 413 Diesel series engine have low operating costs due to low fuel consumption, low ventilation volumes and long maintenance intervals with low maintenance requirements.
Stroke volume: 1.6 l/cylinder, modular system with individual cylinders.
Certified to US MSHA (Mine Safety and Health Administration).
General technical description of Deutz 413 Diesel series engine: Four-stroke diesel engines with direct injection or (FL413W and FL413FW) vortex chamber. Vertical V-engines (V-angle 90 degrees) or (FL413FR) in-line engines.
About Deutz 413 Diesel series engine
Air cooling by thermostatically controlled, oil-hydraulically driven axial fan. Oil cooler. Piston head cooling by oil spray nozzles. Single cylinders and single cylinder heads, the latter made of light metal. Light-metal pistons. Oil pan made of light metal. Two valves per cylinder, vertically suspended in a row or, in the case of the V-engines, in a row per cylinder bank, controlled by camshaft, tappets, bumpers and rocker arms located at the bottom - central for the V-engines. Number of crankshaft bearings = number of cylinders + 1 or for V engines half the number of cylinders + 1. Bosch in-line injection pump and Bosch injection nozzles, opening pressure for direct injection 175 bar. Lowest fuel consumption of the direct injectors in the original 160 to 170 g/h series, just under 160 g/h in the FL413F subassembly series.
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History of Deutz 413 Diesel series engine: The FL413 series gradually replaced the FL312, FL814 and FL914 (old) series. The six-, eight-, ten- and twelve-cylinder V-engines of the series were produced from October 1968 onwards in the engine factory in Ulm, which was built especially for them and was thus close to the Magirus site. The FL413 series is a direct further development of the FL312 series. The engines were mainly installed in Magirus trucks, but also in trucks, dump trucks, crane trucks etc. from FAUN and various other companies as well as in the MAN gl truck of the Bundeswehr. In addition, the six- and eight-cylinder engines were produced under licence by TAM in Maribor (Yugoslavia, now Slovenia) until about 1995 and installed in TAM trucks and buses. - The 290 hp of the original ten-cylinder was no longer sufficient for the 38-ton train in Germany from 1972, because the minimum power for trucks was increased from 6 to 8 hp per ton, i.e. 304 hp were required for the 38-ton train. Therefore in 1971 the F10L413L with extended stroke (130 mm instead of 125 mm) and 305 HP was added, because the next larger engine, the F12L413 with 340 HP, was too heavy compared to competitor engines.
In 1977, the further developed FL413F sub-series with further increased displacement (bore 125 mm instead of 120 mm, stroke 130 mm) appeared. There were also four-, five- and six-cylinder in-line engines in this sub-series, but these were only produced by TAM; the four-cylinder was also installed in TAM trucks. The six-cylinder in-line engine F6L413FR - modified compared to the corresponding TAM engine - and its turbocharged variant BF6L413FR were also produced by Deutz in Cologne from 1980, the latter for the largest Deutz tractors among others. The engines of the original FL413 series manufactured in Ulm were installed in Magirus trucks until 1983, and those of the FL413F subclass until 1989. The FL413F engines were still in Deutz's product range at least until the year 2000.
Both in the original FL413 series and in the further development of the FL413F series, in addition to direct-injection engines, there were also low-emission, but more fuel-consuming swirl-chamber engines (Deutz two-stage combustion) of the FL413W and FL413FW sub-series in addition to direct-injection engines. The FL413FW will even be offered as underground engines in 2009.
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