The Lamor high capacity multipurpose power-packs are designed for the flexible operation of many types of hydraulically operated oil spill clean-up equipment. The 4/6-cylinder engines are an in-line design with full-authority electronic controls. A High Pressure Common Rail (HPCR) fuel system delivers greater power at every rpm. Together with vertically centered fuel injection and a symmetrical cylinder bowl, it produces exceptional low-end torque and power with reduced emissions and increased fuel efficiency. Additional torque and faster throttle response make it the perfect choice for many applications.
The engines are certified according to the following emission certificates: U.S. EPA Tier 3, CARB Tier 3 and EU Stage IIIA. Equipped with 3-6/11 hydraulic circuits, the power-packs can be used to power multiple users such as pumps, skimmers and boom reels simultaneously.
The power-packs are containerized within a steel frame designed to ensure good air circulation inside the power pack frame. Four point lifting rings and forklift channels make them easy to handle on land or offshore. They are equipped with electric start and incorporate control panels and hydraulic oil coolers in the framework.
A PVG-100 Proportional Hydraulic Valve System enables easy adjustment of the flow of oil to the supplied components. The flow will always remain set even when the pressure varies according to consumption. For safety reasons, the hydraulic power-pack is equipped with an automatic shut down system. If a malfunction should occur, the engine operation will be shut down. Optionally the hydraulics of the powerpack can be radio remote controlled.