Significant effort was put into reducing life cycle costs and maximizing the potential range, enabling our users to go further. Longer service intervals lead to lower maintenance costs and longer operation times. The OXE Diesel is built to provide the solution for governmental, search and rescue, fishing, eco-tourism and other commercial applications.
The powerful high torque of the diesel engine manifests itself throughout the OXE Diesel engine series. Together with the robust transmission and interchangeable gear ratios, it provides the users with reliable options to use the engine as both a powerful work horse and a high-speed solution.
Diesel provides for high efficiency and torque. It gives increased load capacity and greatly reduced fuel consumption compared to gasoline, increasing the range by over 60%. The innovative OXE Diesel engines are more sustainable, with much lower emissions than their gasoline counterparts, and are also in ground-breaking certified compliance with regulations set forth in EPA TIER III, IMO TIER II (MARPOL VI TIER 2), RCD and CCS.
The OXE Diesel is designed to be dependable in critical situations and comes with the ingenious Quick-Shift-Capability (QSC) and Low-Speed-Control (LSC) features. As a result, the user has a refined and smooth control over the vessel with full maneuverability, even below 4 knots. Since diesel is less flammable than gasoline and the OXE Diesel engine is non-spark ignited, this combination greatly reduces the fire hazard and provides for a safer working environment.
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The OXE Diesel is the only outboard engine built particularly with commercial users in mind. It is designed for those who use their boat every day, no matter the conditions, and have to rely on the units for many hours every year. The innovation fills a new segment in the marine industry and cannot be compared to anything on the market today. Efficiency, Endurance, Power and Control.
Having a diesel engine like this reduces the fire risk compared to petrol engines and it reduces the different type of fuel the ship has to carry. I think navies will be very interested in something like this.
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