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"CRM"

International Maritime Defence Show

CRM are the world's lightest and most reliable marine diesel engines in their power range and are distinctive for their performance, safety and reliability over 6000 h.

CRM's current line includes:

- 18 cylinder series - dry weight 2000 Kg. -
-18D/SS-1650hp-HSC
- 18 D/SS BR 1 - 1815 hp - Air/Special construction
- 18 D/SS BR 2- 2100 hp - Navy
- 12 cylinder series - dry weight 1500 Kg. -
12 D/SS-1375 hp-Navy
12 D/SS 1500 - 1500 hp - Special service.

Total shows: 1464
Modify date: 12/21/2007 19:43:49
Field:  Engines, hull systems, auxiliaries
Email:  commerciale@crmmotori.it
Fax:  +39 (0331) 505501
IMDS-07 participant:  yes
Phone:  +39 (0331) 572600
Physical address:  21053, Italy, (Varese), Castellanza, Via Marnate, 41
Website:  crmmotori.biz

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