Harland and Wolff - Shipbuilding and Engineering Works

Diesel Engines

The Manufacture of diesel engines was first undertaken by the company in 1921, and since that date the engineering division have produced well over 2,000 complete sets with an aggregate output in excess of 6.2 million b.h.p. The majority of the slow speed diesel sets produced have been used for marine propulsion not only for vessels built in Belfast, but also for shipyards in England, Scotland, Korea, Peru, Canada and India.

Five-cylinder H&W B&W marine diesel engine being prepared for test run

Six-cylinder M.A.N. engine undergoing completion tests on test bed.