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Volvo Penta expands remanufactured driveline range

Volvo Penta has expanded its range of remanufactured drivelines to include the complete engines D13, D8, D4 and D6 and the complete Inboard Performance System (IPS) range.

The D13 and D8 pre-EVC 2.0 engines have been available to the market since the first half of 2024, while the D4 and D6 pre-EVC 2.0 engines will follow in Autumn 2024.

The remanufacturing process of complete marine engines reuses up to 60% of components and can save up to 56% CO2 emissions during production compared to producing new.

“Whether you’re a company looking to ensure maximised vessel uptime or a leisure boater ensuring your long-planned voyage proceeds smoothly, we now offer our largest selection of remanufactured engines and drivelines, good available from stock and ready for deployment in days,” said Roland Henriksson, global product manager, Volvo Penta.

“We now offer our largest selection of remanufactured engines and drivelines.”

Roland Henriksson

The process works by sending used Volvo Penta engines, drivelines and parts to collection centres and then on to specialised remanufacturing facilities in Sweden and France.

Engines and Volvo Penta IPS drives are disassembled into individual components before being cleaned and inspected.

All parts, except those being replaced with new infill, are returned to like-new condition before being tested and verified.

Components are then used to rebuild the engines and Volvo Penta IPS drives that are held in stock.

Once the remanufactured engine is finished, it is put through a series of end-of-line tests to ensure it meets the original specifications and delivers the reliability, durability and performance customers expect.

Volvo Penta will roll out D16 and D11 as complete remanufactured engines during 2025-2026.

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