• V Type Engine


Overhead Cam Four valves per cylinder
Exhaust turbochargers Air to air Intercooler
Electronically controlled in line fuel pump Electronic governing system
  • Features
  • Specifications

Common Rail System for KIPOR Engine

Fuel injection pressure ≥160Mpa, outstanding fuel spray rate
Reduced fuel consumption and operating cost.
Lower emissions (CO, Nox, PM) 


Holset exhausted gas turbine turbocharger 
Higher power 
Reduced fuel consumption and operating cost.
Altitude adaptation
Lower emissions and low noise level 

Cylinder head

Single cylinder-high firing pressure
Two intake valves and two exhaust valves of each cylinder & low emission
Low emission of smog due to the cylinder head which is located in the middle
Enclosed metal rings between cylinder head and generator

ECU-Key Control Element of Common Rail

ECU(with necessary sensors and wiring harness) is to control the fuel delivery valve of the fuel pump, common rail pipe pressure, and the injection of the fuel injector so that the fuel is accurately injected into the cylinders for target duration of time and quantity of fuel injection. Therefore, engine emission can better meet environmental requirements, and accurate fuel injection can reduce fuel consumption to the most economic level.
The engine control unit (ECU) is the key control element of the common rail diesel. 
KIPOR has its own unique technology developed after many years of research which ensures engine’s stable and smooth running in any case. Great adaptability is one of the key characteristics of KIPOR’s new fuel common rail engines.
KIPOR’s 9L, 14L and 18L series common rail diesel engines utilize KIPOR’s own ECU technology.

Water-Air Intercooler Technology

High-class intercooler greatly improves engine efficiency. 
The aluminum ripple carries out high efficiency heat conduction. 
The boosted air temperature can be cooled to 50-60 degrees.
The intercooler and the turbocharger are perfectly matched in engine to display excellence of power.


Engine is the flagship product of KIPOR. Today there are three series engines general-purpose gasoline engine, general-purpose diesel engine and multi-cylinder diesel engine. Those engines are not only equipped to KIPOR generator sets, but also directly sold to global market. Since the future emission standard demands, KIPOR continues the improvement for the fuel and engine structures to reduce the impact on environment. Today, most of KIPOR can meet EPA standard. “Green Engine” is the target of KIPOR.Due to the requirements of climate protection and environmental protection, which have continually increased in recent years, the industry has now intensified the focus of its research and development divisions on making these engines not only more efficient, but also cleaner. Thus, clean air and the preservation of natural resources have become important objectives of our development work. The challenge is to be able to bring competitive products onto the market, while paying particular attention to the technical and economic framework conditions.

Model KD20V171ZL
Type 90-degree V-shaped
Chamber type Shallow ω
Turbocharging type Exhausted gas turbine turbocharger
Cooling type Forced closed water-cooled
Intake cooling type Water-Air intercooler
Bore×stroke Φ171 × 210 mm
Compression ratio 15.5:1
turbocharge ratio 3.3:1
Flywheel shell(SAE) 00
Generator disc(ADE) 21
Fuel consumption /speed 186 + 5% g/kW·h/1500 r/min, 195 + 5% g/kW·h/1800 r/min
Displacement 96.45 L
Rated power/rated speed 2425 kW/1500 r/min, 2742 kW/1800 r/min
Max. power/rated speed 2668 kW/1500 r/min, 3016 kW/1800 r/min
Min. adjustable speed(zero load) ≤650 r/min
Rotation direction(face to the flywheel) Anticlockwise
Valve clearance(cold) Intake valve 0.20 mm, exhaust valve 0.50 mm
Starting system Electric starter
Lubrication system Pressure splashed
Overall dimension(L×W×H) 3627 × 1545 × 1965 mm