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GE Jenbacher Type 2
GEs Jenbacher Type 2 Gas Gensets

Introduced in 1976, GEs Jenbacher type 2 gas engine offers high efficiency power in the 250 to 350 kW range. The robust design and stationary engine concept provides excellent component durability and a service life of 60,000 operating hours before the first major overhaul. Optimized components and a proven control and monitoring model give the type 2 engine outstanding reliability.

Features & Benefits
  • Optimized combustion for maximum efficiency
  • Turbocharger bypass to even out extreme operating conditions
  • High-performance long-life spark plug for reliable operation
  • Knocking control to compensate for methane number fluctuation
  • LEANOX©lean burn control ensures minimal emissions
  • Compact engine control with integrated network synchronization
Specifications

Optimized components and a proven control and monitoring concept give GEs Jenbacher type 2 gas engine outstanding reliability.

Technical Specifications
Configuration In line
Bore (mm) 135
Stroke (mm) 145
Displacement/cylinder (lit.) 2.08
Speed (rpm) 1,500 (50Hz), 1,800 (60 Hz)
Mean piston speed (in/s) 7.3 (1,500 rpm), 8.7 (1,800 rpm)
Scope of supply Generator set, cogeneration system, generator set/cogeneration in container
Applicable gas types Natural gas, flare gas, propane, biogas, sewage gas, landfill gas, coal mine gas, special gases (e.g. coke, wood, and pyrolysis gases)
Engine type J208 GS
Number of cylinders 8
Total displacement (lit.) 16.6
Application
GEs Jenbacher type 2 gas engines can be designed as generator sets, cogeneration systems, or a container. Depending on customer specifications, a variety of gas types can be used to increase overall efficiency levels, reduce industrial emissions, and optimize the integration of all available engine-related heat sources.
  • Applicable heat sources include engine cooling water, oil, mixture gas, and exhaust gas
  • Customers can dispose of environmental pollutants from landfills, agriculture, chemical, and mining sites, while using the gases for power generation simultaneously
  • Applicable gas types include: natural gas, associated petroleum gas (flare gas), propane, biogas, sewage gas, landfill gas, coal mine gas, and other special gases (e.g., coke, wood, and pyrolysis gases)
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