Products

4-STROKE DIESEL ENGINE

Ever since developing our first four-stroke engine in 1933, we have continuously worked to develop new models that meet the customer's needs, constantly making firm improvements that have resulted in Akasaka's current line of original, high-quality engines.

TYPE AX

The "TYPE AX " engines with the aim of producing a smaller and lighter engine with lower fuel consumption when compared to “TYPE A .”

TYPE AX
Ocean vessel Cargo vessels, tankers
Engine output(kW) Min1,176 / Max 1,912
Engine speed (min-1) Min 260 / Max 320

Features

  • Cylinder Lubrication System
  • Oil Cushion Push Rod
  • Bore cooling system
  • Anti Polishing Ring

TYPE A

The "TYPE A" engines have been developed with the concept of using a longer stroke to achieve higher output with reduced fuel consumption.

TYPE A
Ocean vessel Cargo vessels, tankers
Engine output(kW) Min1,618 / Max 3,309
Engine speed (min-1) Min 210 / Max 310

Features

  • Anti Polishing Ring
  • Bore cooling system

TYPE K・E

The "TYPE K "and "TYPE E" engines were developed as a compact, energy-saving model that incorporates a combination reverse-reduction gear.

TYPE K・E
Ocean vessel Fishing boats,high school training boats
Engine output(kW) TYPE K:Min956 / Max 1,471
TYPE E:Min1,323 / Max 1,618
Engine speed (min-1) TYPE K:Min 370 / Max 420
TYPE E:Min 420 / Max 470

Features

  • Anti Polishing Ring
  • Bore cooling system

TYPE AH

TYPE AH
Ocean vessel Ocean-going round haul netters and similar ships
Engine output(kW) 2,942
Engine speed (min-1) 350

Features

  • 4 valve system
  • Cage type exhaust valve
  • Anti Polishing Ring
  • Bore cooling system

TYPE U

TYPE U
Ocean vessel Ferries, government vessels
Engine output(kW) Min1,838 / Max 2,427
Engine speed (min-1) 720

Features

  • 4 valve system
  • Cage type exhaust valve

2-STROKE DIESEL ENGINE

In the years since Akasaka became a licensee of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in 1960, the Akasaka - J-ENG UEC engine has become one of the large-scale two-stroke engine manufactured in Japan. This engine is used in powering cargo vessels, tankers, refrigerated cargo vessels, car carriers, and other ships.

TYPE LSH

TYPE LSH
Ocean vessel Cargo vessels, tankers
Engine output(kW) Min2,130 / Max 7,560
Engine speed (min-1) Min 89 / Max 230

Features

    TYPE LSE

    The "TYPE LSE "are environmentally-friendly engines that meet the market's demands for reliability. The state-of-the-art TYPE LSE engines were jointly developed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and Wartsila.

    TYPE LSE
    Ocean vessel Cargo vessels, tankers
    Engine output(kW) Min2,350 / Max 11,040
    Engine speed (min-1) Min 93 / Max 167

    Features

      TYPE LSⅡ

      The "Type LS2" high-performance engines incorporate the latest technology along with the knowhow developed with the LA and LS type long-stroke engines, for improved labor savings and reduced energy consumption. Comprehensive CAE strength studies have enabled us to achieve a lighter, more compact engine.

      TYPE LSⅡ
      Ocean vessel Cargo vessels, tankers
      Engine output(kW) Min1,655 / Max 11,560
      Engine speed (min-1) Min 95 / Max 215

      Features