The seaworthy 6V92T engine has powered yachts around the world. Sporting incredible horsepower, the engine is reliable, durable and built for easy maintenance.
During a storm, when all the boats come in, the Coast Guard motor lifeboat heads out. Historically powered by the 6V92TA engine, this lifeboat has demanding needs: quickness, maneuverability and the ability to right itself in choppy water.
The lightweight 6-Cylinder 6V92DDEC engine was a popular choice for coach buses, helping them travel long distances and stay on tight schedules.
The 8V92TA engine has provided the muscle for countless military mobile tactical trucks, giving them the strength to haul heavy equipment across difficult terrain in all kinds of climates.
The 8V92T engine has always been a skilled multi-tasker, powering fire trucks, ferryboats, and power generators for oil and gas drilling operations. In fire trucks, the 8V92T engine not only helps propel the heavy-duty truck quickly to the scene, but also drives the hydraulic water pump to douse the flames and power the ladder and all the other accessories.
For decades ferryboats have relied on hardworking 8V92T engine to get people, cars and trucks from point A to point B, and back again a few thousand times. Designed for steady operation, the Series 92 has helped them stick to tight schedules.
Oil and gas drilling operations have also relied on the 8V92T engine, specifically for electric power generation. It's engineered for power load fluctuations as it drives the drill through unforgiving earth, in extreme conditions and remote locations.
The 16V92T engine has also provided backup power to countless hospital generators. Even when standing-by for long periods of time, this engine has a proven track record of powering up instantly. Power generators in mobile emergency power units also frequently depended on this engine. These units have been used after Hurricane Katrina and other natural disasters to provide communication support and sustain cleanup activities. They're designed to run virtually nonstop, providing the sole source of power to remote locations.