KTA38 for Marine

Power 850 - 1500 hp
634 - 1119 kW
Certification Tier 1

Applications

Marine Commercial Marine Marine Propulsion Engines Marine Auxiliary Engines Recreational Marine

Overview:

559-1119 kW | 750-1500 hp

  • Proven legacy in tough commercial marine environments, hard earned over the last 25 years
  • Designed to withstand the challenging conditions commercial marine operators often face; this same reliable, durable power is now available for recreational boating applications, including super yachts and yacht support vessels
  • IMO Tier I certified and many ratings are also IMO Tier II certified
  • Covered by a comprehensive one year warranty and backed by Cummins global service network
  • Built at Daventry Engine Plant in Daventry, U.K.
Configuration V-12 cylinder, 4-stroke diesel
Aspiration Turbocharged/Aftercooled
Displacement 38 L (2300 in3)
Bore & Stroke 159 x 159 mm (6.25 x 6.25 in)
Rotation Counterclockwise facing flywheel
Fuel System Pressure Time (PT)

Product Dimensions and Weight 

Overall Length

mm (in)

2152

(84)

Length of Block

mm (in)

 

 

Overall Width

mm (in)

1462

(58)

Overall Height

mm (in)

2083

(82)

Overall Weight

kg (lb)

4218

(9300)

Dimensions may vary based on selected engine configuration.

Commercial and Recreational Marine Propulsion Engines (Variable Speed Ratings)

Model

kW

MHP

BHP

Speed (RPM)

Rating

Emissions

Performance Curve

KTA38-M0

559

760

750

1600

Continuous

IMO 1

 FR6220

KTA38-M0

597

811

800

1800

Continuous

IMO 1

 FR6324

KTA38-M0

634

862

850

1800

Continuous

IMO 1

 FR6219

K38-M

634

862

850

1800

Continuous

IMO 2 | EU 3a

 FR6598

KTA38-M1

671

913

900

1600

Continuous

IMO 1

 FR6218

KTA38-M1

746

1014

1000

1800

Continuous

IMO 1

 FR6217

K38-M

746

1014

1000

1800

Continuous

IMO 2 | EU 3a

 FR6599

KTA38-M2

783

1065

1050

1600

Continuous

IMO 1

 FR6199

KTA38-M1

820

1115

1100

1800

Heavy Duty

IMO 1

 FR6216

KTA38-M2

895

1217

1200

1800

Continuous

IMO 1

 FR6192

KTA38-M2

895

1217

1200

1800

Continuous

IMO 2

FR6881

KTA38-M2

969

1318

1300

1800

Heavy Duty

IMO 1

 FR6194

KTA38-M2

1007

1369

1350

1900

Heavy Duty

IMO 1

FR6252

KTA38-M2

1007

1369

1350

1900

Heavy Duty

IMO 2

FR6909

KTA38-M2

1007

1369

1350

1950

Heavy Duty

IMO 1

 FR6313

KTA38-M2

1044

1419

1400

1950

Medium Continuous

IMO 1

 FR6253

KTA38-M2

1119

1521

1500

2050

Intermittent

IMO 1

 FR6254

 

Marine Auxiliary Engines (Fixed Speed Ratings)

Model

kW

MHP

BHP

Speed (RPM)

Rating

Emissions

Performance Curve

KTA38-DM

634

862

850

1500 (50 Hz)

Prime Power

Not Certified

 FR6080a

KTA38-DM

664

902

890

1500 (50 Hz)

Prime Power

Not Certified

 FR6082a

KTA38-DM1

746

1014

1000

1500 (50 Hz)

Prime Power

IMO 1

 FR6380

KTA38-DM

768

1044

1030

1800 (60 Hz)

Prime Power

Not Certified

 FR6080b

KTA38-DM

806

1095

1080

1500 (50 Hz)

Prime Power

Not Certified

 FR6124a

KTA38-DM

809

1100

1085

1800 (60 Hz)

Prime Power

Not Certified

 FR6082b

KTA38-DM1

821

1115

1100

1800 (60 Hz)

Prime Power

IMO 1

 FR6382

KTA38-DM

880

1196

1180

1500 (50 Hz)

Prime Power

Not Certified

 FR6141

KTA38-DM1

880

1196

1180

1500 (50 Hz)

Prime Power

IMO 1

FR6381

KTA38-DM1

880

1196

1180

1500 (50 Hz)

Prime Power

IMO 2

FR6882

KTA38-DM

910

1237

1220

1800 (60 Hz)

Prime Power

Not Certified

 FR6124b

KTA38-DM1

970

1318

1300

1800 (60 Hz)

Prime Power

IMO 1

FR6383

KTA38-DM1

970

1318

1300

1800 (60 Hz)

Prime Power

IMO 2

 FR6883

KTA38-DM

1007

1369

1350

1800 (60 Hz)

Prime Power

Not Certified

FR6139

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Engine Design – Low profile for ease of installation and service. Replaceable wet cylinder liners offer longer life and lower rebuild cost. Gallery cooled pistons for maximum durability

Fuel System – Dependable Cummins PT fuel system can be operated mechanically or with CENTRY electronics for precise engine fueling. Step Timing Control (STC) allows for smooth engine acceleration under load

Cooling System – Keel cooled or engine mounted plate heat exchanger for reduced installation cost and less maintenance. Spin-on Cummins water treatment filters for protection against cooling system corrosion

Exhaust System – Dry exhaust manifold with water shielding for reduced fuel consumption and improved performance

Air System – Marine grade air filters with air inlet restriction indicator. Twin Cummins turbochargers optimized for marine usage

Lubrication System – Standard (114 L [30 gal]) or high capacity (185 L [49 gal]) marine grade oil pan. Cummins spin-on oil filter cartridge available for simplified service

Electronics – 24-volt standard electrical system with 12-volt option available. Marine grade wiring harness

Certifications – Complies with IMO Tier II emissions regulations. Certificates of compliance are available from the U.S. EPA and Lloyd’s Register of Shipping. Consult your local Cummins professional for a complete listing of current marine agency approvals for this engine

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