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BPF R 620 MARINE

The system BPF R620 is realized with the use of filters made of silicon carbide (SiC) associated with oxidation catalyst, placed in front of the filter to ensure the reduction of emissions of unburned hydrocarbons (HC) and carbon monoxide (CO). This combination allows to increase the value of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) that, unlike oxygen (O2), allows for the burning of the particulates at temperatures compatible with those present in the exhaust gas.

BPF R 620

Filter with pre-catalyst

The BPF R620 system is constructed using silicon carbide (SiC) filters with oxidation catalysts, positioned in front to guarantee the reduction of the unburned hydrocarbon (HC) and carbon monoxide (CO) emissions. This combination allows the nitrogen dioxide (NO2) level to be raised which, unlike oxygen (O2), allows combustion of the particulate at compatible temperatures with those of the exhaust gases. The BPF filter for marine application is manufactured entirely in AISI 304 Stainless Steel and supplied together with a security by-pass valve and removable insulation.

Installation
Installation consists in positioning the BPF system in the existing exhaust line as close to the engine as possible or where suitable space is available. The use of insulation on the engine outlet and filter system inlet piping is recommended to assist with the regeneration temperature. The electronic control unit (IP 67) for monitoring, pressure and temperature parameters can be installed where it is easily accessible for the data downloading/setting operations. The system is supplied complete with all ancillaries and wiring that must be installed according to the diagram in the use and maintenance manual provided.
Maintenance
The silicon carbide particulate filter does not require a frequent maintenance. Cleaning is required and consists of cooking the filter and pulsing air through it to remove ash. This cleaning is normally carried out every 1200 operating hours or whenever the electronic control unit indicates cleaning is required. The oxidation catalyst must be cleaned every 3000 hours of use by washing in warm water and a neutral detergent.

Engine Suitability
The system can be applied to all diesel engines, without limitations in terms of engine age.
The operation of the BPF R620 filter is only guaranteed with the use of diesel that meets the EN590 legislation.

Application field
The application of the BPF R620 filter is recommended on on-board generators and prime power engines.

Filter Life
The BPF R620 filter is not subject to particular wear or operating hour limits, therefore its life can be considered theoretically unlimited.

The metal oxidation catalyst has an average life of approximately 10,000 operating hours, after which it needs to be replaced.

MODELPOWERL1L2L3L4L5L6L7D1D2Kg
R620 K20 5-20 kW 580 245 95 100 50 140 530 160 40 27
R620 K40 20-40 kW 620 245 115 120 50 140 560 200 60 32
R620 K65 40-65 kW 695 320 115 120 50 140 635 200 60 35
R620 K90 65-90 kW 704 294 130 140 70 140 634 240 80 44
R620 K120 90-120 kW 739 294 145 160 70 140 659 270 102 49
R620 K150 120-150 kW 790 345 145 160 70 140 710 270 102 52
R620 K200 150-200 kW 825 345 165 175 80 140 737 302 114 60
R620 K250 200-250 kW 875 395 165 175 80 140 787 302 114 64
R620 K280 250-280 kW 875 370 175 190 80 140 780 320 129 67
R620 K330 280-330 kW 926 421 175 190 80 140 831 320 129 72
R620 K400 330-400 kW 900 345 215 200 80 140 800 400 139 87
R620 K500 400-500 kW 976 421 215 200 80 140 876 400 139 96
all dimensions in mm
The filter is supplied as standard with: counter flanges - seals – nuts and bolts – support bands.
The above configuration indicates one of the possible variations available.

N.B. The information and dimensions shown are correct at time of press. Due to technological advancements are subject to change without notice.


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