Swiss engine developer WinGD has celebrated the launch of the first marine two-stroke engine to carry its own NOx abatement solution, offering dramatic reductions in space requirements and installation costs for shipyards seeking to comply with the strictest IMO NOx emission limits.
Swiss-based engine developer WinGD has seen more than 80 orders of its largest engines in 2021 as shipowners continue to invest in big containerships.
In support of its strong commitment to a decarbonised future for shipping, engine developer WinGD has outlined the extensive investments it has made in recent years to ensure readiness for next-generation shipping fuels.
Now it’s official. The engine series has been awarded the GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS for the most powerful Otto-cycle engine ever built.
With IMO targeting a 50% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, LNG is becoming a natural choice for shipowners in the transition to carbon-neutral fuels.
Engine designer WinGD (Winterthur Gas & Diesel) has prioritized collaboration and transparency in its new cylinder lubrication guide, to ensure that selecting the right oil is easier than ever.
WinGD has unveiled a new technology designed to slash methane emissions and cut fuel consumption in its X-DF dual-fuel engines.
WinGD has released a time-lapse video of the build of a 12X92DF engine, built by CSSC-MES Diesel Co., Ltd. (CMD) in Lingang, Shanghai.
In response to the growing demand for more efficient and reliable marine propulsion, WinGD has introduced three new low-speed, two-stroke engines that are capable of operating on low emission fuels.