Fiat Powertrain Technologies

List of Engines

Engine Manufacturer: Fiat Powertrain Technologies
Engine Model: N45MSSX00.50, tier3
Governing Standard: CSA M424.2-90 (Non-Gassy Mines)

Certificate Number Engine Rating and Measured Fuel Rate at Sea Level Sulphur in Fuel -%wt. Ventilation Prescription*
CFM m3/min
1212 99 HP @ 2200 RPM, 43.2 lb/h 0.05 10,100 286.0
0.10 10,800 305.8
0.20 12,200 345.5
0.25 12,900 365.3
0.50 16,400 464.4

*These CSA ventilation rates are suitable for low sulphur fuel if permitted by the appropriate regulatory authority.

Approved Diesel
Engines


Engine Manufacturer: Fiat Powertrain Technologies
Engine Model: N67MNTX20.00, tier3
Governing Standard: CSA M424.2-90 (Non-Gassy Mines)

Certificate Number Engine Rating and Measured Fuel Rate at Sea Level Sulphur in Fuel - %wt. Ventilation Prescription*
CFM m3/min
1213 173 HP @ 2200 RPM, 70.3 lb/h 0.05 17,000 481.4
0.10 18,200 515.4
0.20 20,500 580.5
0.25 21,700 614.5
0.50 27,500 778.7

*These CSA ventilation rates are suitable for low sulphur fuel if permitted by the appropriate regulatory authority.

Approved Diesel
Engines


Engine Manufacturer: Fiat Powertrain Technologies
Engine Model:N45MSTX20.50, tier 3
Governing Standard: CSA M424.2-90 (Non-Gassy Mines)

Certificate Number Engine Rating and Measured Maximum Fuel Rate at Sea Level Fuel Sulphur Fuel - %wt Ventilation Prescription*
CFM m3/s
1234 125 HP @ 2200 RPM, 49.1 lb/h 0.05 13,400 6.32
0.25 16,700 7.88

*These CSA ventilation rates are suitable for low sulphur fuel if permitted by the appropriate regulatory authority.

Approved Diesel
Engines


Engine Manufacturer: Dry Systems Technologies
Engine Model: FPTN45, M354 Power Package, Tier 3
Governing Standard: CSA M424.1-88 (Gassy Coal Mines)

Certificate Number Engine Rating and Fuel Rate at Sea Level Sulphur in
Fuel - ppm
Ventilation Prescription
  CFM  

m3/s
1298 124 HP (93 kW) @ 2200 RPM,
47.2 lb/h
15 3,800 1.79
5,200 + 2.45 +

+ These ventilation rates are recommended by NRCan/CanmetMINING where some of the gases govern ventilation rates rather than the EQI criterion.