YANMAR | Kleinste CR inboard diesel winnaar in Miami

YANMAR introduceerde in MIAMI ’s werelds kleinste common-rail binnenboord scheepsdieselmotor op basis van cilinderinhoud, afmetingen en gewicht.

De 3JH40 is een 3-cilindermotor (1,642 liter) en de meest recente telg in de familie van nieuwste-generatie common-rail (CR) dieselmotoren van YANMAR. Met een vermogen van 40 mhp laat deze motor nu voor het eerst een hele nieuwe groep van kleinere plezierbooteigenaren en commerciële reders profiteren van de voordelen die de nieuwste elektronisch gestuurde CR-injectietechnologie biedt in efficiëntie en prestatie.

The YANMAR 3JH40 common rail inboard diesel engine has been recognized as one of the
most groundbreaking new consumer marine products after receiving a prestigious 2018
Progressive Insurance Miami International Boat Show Innovation Award.

Introduced this year as the marine industry’s smallest CR inboard diesel engine, the 3JH40
was named the winner of the ‘Inboard Engines’ category when the NMMA and Boating
Writers International (BWI) presented the awards during the annual Innovation Breakfast,
held at Miami Marine Stadium Park & Basin on Virginia Key.
A distinguished judges’ committee highlighted how the latest addition to YANMAR’s family of
new generation CR diesel engines is ‘bringing advanced technology and increased efficiency
to smaller boats’. With an output of 40 mhp, the compact and quiet 3JH40 enables smaller
leisure boat owners and commercial vessel operators to benefit for the first time from the
efficiency and performance advantages associated with the most recent electronicallymanaged
CR fuel-injection technology.
Floris Lettinga, YANMAR MARINE INTERNATIONAL’s Senior Global Sales Manager, said:
“Winning the Miami 2018 Innovation Award in the Inboard Engine category is a really exciting
endorsement for the 3JH40 and adds to the positive testimonies already received from our
customers about the YANMAR JH common rail range. This recognition from some of the
industry’s most esteemed experts and writers supports our ambition to answer demand and
bring to market a product that provides the benefits of common rail technology to smaller
applications for the first time. We are now looking forward to our customers around the world
experiencing the benefits of the world’s smallest common rail inboard marine diesel engine.”