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Mahindra Powerol aunches new Seahawk Range of Marine Engines

Published in New Launches Monday, 01 October 2018 14:16


Announces BS-IV compliant engines for other industrial applications



 Mahindra Powerol, a business unit of the USD20.7 billion Mahindra Group announced its debut into the Marine Engines segment with its all new Seahawk Series. These engines, ranging from 24hp to 300hp,include 11 variants of Marine Engines and Marine Generators.

The Seahawk range of engines are designed with best in class fuel efficiency, superior technology and a robust tracking system for safety and service alerts. These engines are easily serviceable at the network of exclusive 3S - Sales, Service & Spares Marine Dealers set up inthe coastal areas. These dealers have trained service engineers ensuring the minimum resolution time forany service need. Customers can also avail a cost effective, comprehensive, annual maintenance scheme named Seahawk Care as an option.

Speaking on the occasion, Sachin Nijhawan, Business Head, Powerol Business, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd said, “Launch of Powerol’s engines in the marine category present us with an exciting new business opportunity and consumer group. We now have engines ranging from 15hp to 400hp to straddle a wide segment of business needs. At Mahindra, it is our constant endeavour to offer high quality, world class products to our customers and today’s launch bears testimony to this philosophy”.

Mahindra Powerol Marine & Industrial Engines, designed in the company’s Chennai R&D facility to suit the application requirement, and manufactured at state of the art facilities in Pune & Nagpur, are available in the range of 15hp-400hp. These engines cater to 25 types of applications including concrete mixers, concrete pumps, compactors, loaders, etc.

The Powerol Industrial Engine group is ready with its BS-IV CEV range of engines as well. These engines have been designed & tested in the factory and field for best in class performance and fuel efficiency, which is the result of the optimum design of after-treatment components. 

With this BS-IV CEV readiness and focus on industrial engines, Mahindra Powerol is planning to be the front runner as an engine partner for the construction equipment market in India.



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