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Pourquoi BUKH n'est il pas connu ?

89% de la production de BUKH est destinée à équiper les chaloupes de sauvetage SOLAS.

75% des chaloupes de sauvetage du monde entier sont équipées de BUKH !

BUKH fabrique les seuls moteurs 100% marins depuis 1898...

Approvisionnement en pièces détachées absolument partout dans le monde.

C'était la première monte des SWAN (mais arrêt car pas de grosses puissances disponibles et trop chers)


Je voulais changer mon Volvo MD11C de 1976, car je me suis retrouvé "un peu juste" parfois...
Je suis donc allé chez Volvo et le commercial trés sûr de lui m'a proposé un 2040.
Cela me convenait bien, mais j'ai posé la question qui pour moi est essentielle : peut on le démarrer à la manivelle ?
Le commercial (véxé...) mais MOssieur, nos moteurs sont très fiables !

Je lui ai fait comprendre que je ne mettais pas en doute la fiabilité des Volvo, mais plutôt celle de mes batteries...
Il a quand même appelé Volvo, pour savoir si une adaptation était possible.
Impossible car les moteurs récents ont un taux de compression trop élevé...........

J'ai donc cherché et trouvé BUKH


The BUKH engines are all "born" marine engines, not marinized industrial or automotive engines, and they have a long working life and are designed in every respect for marine propulsion use.
The engines - rated at 10-24-36-48 HP - are used for:
- Marine propulsion (pleasure boats, small workboats and lifeboats)
- Marine generating sets
- Combined marine auxiliary applications for fishing trawlers or similar purposes
- Supplied as irrigation water pump sets with Danish-built pumps
One of our main fields of activity is the international market for lifeboats where the BUKH engines are used by lifeboat builders all over the world. To be supplied to this special market, the engines need to be certified by national maritime authorities as well as classification societies. The BUKH engines have more than 22 different type approvals from various authorities as mentioned above.

Bukh engines have an enviable reputation on the waterways. Fitted in all manner of craft from ships lifeboats to narrowboats to sailing yachts, they are renown for their reliability, smooth running and longevity. Built in Denmark, Bukh have been producing engines since 1904, making them one of the oldest engine builders. Since 1970, when the DV series of engines was developed, one area the company has concentrated its efforts is the production of ships lifeboat engines. The spin off from which is the 10,24,36 and 48 BHP engines that make up the current range of small engines. To be accepted as ships lifeboat engines they are subjected to rigorous testing and must meet the most stringent requirements from authorities in nations such as the USA, Germany, Holland and the UK. All Bukh engines have the facility to be started by hand and should you wish to do so, will at minus 15 degrees Celsius. The two and three cylinder engines meet the requirements of IMO resolution A521part of which specifies that the engine should be able to run upside down for a minimum of ten seconds and run submerged in water up to the middle of the crank. The demand for this last test is five minutes, but after one hour, the Bukh engine was still running steadily !
Bukh consider these engines to be the finest marine engines built today.


Specifications complètes du DV36ME







AABENRAA MOTORFABRIK
Heinrich Callesen A/S
Naestmark 30
6200 Aabenraa
Denmark

Direct Tel: + 45 73 33 10 45
Tel: + 45 74 62 20 88
Fax: + 45 74 62 74 07
E-mail: bukh@bukh.dk
Website: www.bukh.dk


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