About MC Type Engines
This engine type uses a mechanically driven camshaft for fuel injection, cylinder lubrication, and to control the timing of the starting air and exhaust.
Above all the L35MC engine has won the top share in the world market and should rightly be called the world standard for small bore.
Production Types (excerpt)
※For other engines and further details, please refer to the engine catalog below.
- Engine Power
- 115～136 min-1
- Engine Power
- 178～210 min-1
About the First of its Type “L35MC”
In 1982, Makita Corporation completed the "Makita-Mitsui-B&W 6L35MC," which was the first of its type. "First of its type" here means that based on blueprints provided by MDT, this engine's form became the first commercial product of its type in the world. In 1973, Makita Corporation entered into a technical assistance agreement with Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding, marking a major turning point. In 1976, Makita Corporation completed the "Mitsui-B&W 9K45GF" working in cooperation with Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding. Based on that experience, as a sub-licensee of MAN B&W (now MAN Diesel & Turbo), we were able to build, through collective efforts, the "Makita-Mitsui-B&W 6L35MC."
The L35MC holds a worldwide top share among engines of its class, while the model has been changed over the years to meet the needs of the market. During a period of over 30 years, along with this long-selling engine, Makita Corporation has found fresh opportunities in moving from a focus on being a coastal shipping-centric four-stroke diesel engine manufacturer to a company with global partners that produces two-stroke diesel engines.