M 1013 Marine Propulsion

ModelPower Range (kW)rpm (Rating)
BF4M1013M
109 hp (81 kW) (UCD)
1800 - 2300
BF4M1013MC
137 hp (102 kW) (UCD)
1800 - 2300
BF6M1013M
166 hp (123 kW) (UCD)
1800 - 2300
BF6M1013MC
198 hp (144 kW) (UCD)
1800 - 2300
BF6M1013MCP
223 hp (166 kW) (UCD)
1800 - 2300

BFM 1013 Auxiliary Engine

Model (Hz.)Power Range (kW)rpm (Rating)
BF4M1013M (50 Hz.)
103 hp (77 kW)
1500 - 1800
BF4M1013M (60 Hz.)
109 hp (81 kW)
1500 - 1800
BF4M1013MC (50 Hz.)
123 hp (92 kW)
1500 - 1800
BF4M1013MC (60Hz.)
134 hp (100 kW)
1500 - 1800
BF6M1013M (50 Hz.)
156 hp (116 kW)
1500 - 1800
BF6M1013M (60 Hz.)
164 hp (122 kW)
1500 - 1800
BF6M1013MC (50 Hz.)
186 hp (139 kW)
1500 - 1800
BF6M1013MC (60 Hz.)
195 hp (148 kW)
1500 - 1800

Advantages of DEUTZ

Water-cooled 4 and 6-cylinder inline engines with turbocharging and charge air cooling
– Low fuel consumption, low maintenance costs and long engine life reduce the operating costs.
– 100% power take-off at flywheel and front end and additionally three PTO drives with a total torque of up to 187 Nm.
– The engine-driven cooling water pumps simplify the installation for keel and raw water cooling.

– The engines fulfil the emission limit values in accordance with IMO, EU and ZKR (CCNR).

– DEUTZ marine engines are developed especially for the requirements of marine applications and meet the requirements of the classification societies.
– Type Approvals of the IACS classes1) and other classes are available on request.
– The extremely compact engine design and customer friendly accessories reduce the installation costs.
– The robust engine design allows worldwide operation even with high sulphur fuels.