This poor guy was stuck in the Philippines and found us on the internet googling Perkins parts Australia as he wanted to be in the same time zone.
the problem seemed to have occurred after having the fuel serviced , so my questions were fuel based
Can you email me the part numbers off the injector body?
If you unscrew one of the injector bodies you will have access to the injector nozzle. and supply me with the number of the nozzle itself ,it may look something like a BDll12345y2235se
The engine number of your engine . this is located on the flat ledge next to the injector pump is 108u or ED12345U
The numbers off the ID plate on the injector pump itself
The injector nozzles number were
Injector Body – We have two x set of four injectors.
Set No. 1-4 (all 4 are marked the same) these were the housings on the engine prior to the overhaul
DFS No. 5352102
The injector bodies were correct ,
BUT the injector nozzle number is incorrect the number DN4SD24 suit a Toyota 2H 3B.
Total wrong spray pattern and fuel mixture.
Hopefully this has not damaged the motor by overfueling ..
My advice to be safe side as you sailing I would remove the cylinder head to make the pistons crowns have no signs of melting and the precombustion chambers and cylinder head is not cracked. it is a bit hard to be towed back in the middle of the ocean and Pirates is another thing.
Whether Sea Pirates or Pirate fuel injection companies.
The most important thing about reconditioning your cylinder head is that you know that it will be done:
Right the first time and on time.
* All cylinder heads are dismantled and placed in a hot acid bath to remove all carbon build up
*All our cylinder heads are pressure tested with our Donnelly pressure tester, this is designed to operate hot water (approx. 70deg) through a pressurized vessel.
To simulate operating conditions and detect any leakage through expansion & pressure.
*All cylinder heads are placed in the lectromagna flux crack detector
(Aluminum heads cannot be crack tested) in typical operation a cylinder head is placed into the machine and given a shot of magnetizing current.
Then the crack testing fluid is applied (this contains fluorescent particles) an ultraviolet lamp is used to examine for longitudinal or latitude cracks.
Of course demagnetising is a critical part of the operation.
The attached picture shows a crack present during Lectro magna flux testing
*Our quote process requires 39 individual check points, from bolt holes, to
Injector tubes, valves, manifold studs, cylinder head thickness & hardness and many more.
Remember if your head is unserviceable Now it’s all free.
No charges will apply.
We can also crack test on site with white paint and black magnetic particles
We can recondition your Caterpillar cylinder head, Cummins cylinder head, Komatsu cylinder head , Toyota cylinder head, Nissan cylinder head, Perkins cylinder head any cylinder head model. From Tugg boats to small air cooled cylinder head and even Motor Bike heads.
The Free stripping and quoting applies to them as well. A No escape clause At Noordeman Diesel
As you get older and your staff gets younger and you start to forget. I get quizzed many times what is an XA engine in the world of Perkins or an XC Engine.
All the information you google today assists with the newer model engines out in the market place. But it is getting harder to get information today for engines over 15yrs old that still exist today. So I will put the information in my head into Blogs over time. before I forget and it is lost forever.
FOR ENGINES PRODUCED AFTER 1974
A Peterborough engine number looks like this: TU 30008 U 510256 F
Engine family and type code TU
Parts list number or SOS order reference number 30008
Country of manufacture code U
Engine serial number 510256
Year of manufacture code F
A Family 4 40 Phaser/1004 Series
AA 4 40 1004-4
AB T4 40 1004-4T
AC C4 40 1004-4T
AD CC4 40 1004e-4TW
AE FCC4 40 Fed. CC
AF G4 40 1004-40S
AG N4 40 1004-4
AH TN4 40 1004-4T
AJ 4 401 1004-40
AK T4 401 1004-40T
AL CCA4 401 1004-40TA
AM CCW4 401 1004-40T
AP N4 401 1004-40
AQ TN4 401 1004-40T
AR 4 421 1004-42
AS N4 421 1004-42
AT CCAN4 401 1004-40TA
B Family 4 20 Prima/500 Series
BA 4 20 504-2
BB T4 20 504-2T
C Family 3 152 3.152 Series
CA P3 P3
CB 3 144 3.144
CC P3 144 P3.144
CD 3 152 3.152
CE D3 152 D3.152
CF G3 152 G3.152
CG P3 152 P3.152
CJ 3 1522 3.1522
CM 3 1524 3.1524
CN T3 1524 T3.1524
C 900 Series
CP 3 27 903-27
CR T3 27 903-27T
CT G3 27 903-27S
E Family 4 108 4.108 Series
ED 4 108 4.108
G Family 4 154 4.154/200 Series
GA 4 154 4.154
GB 4 135 4.135
GC 4 182 4.182
GD 4 25 4.25
GE 4 30 4.30
H Family 400S 4.165 Series
HA 4 165 4.165
J Family 4 203 4.203 Series
JD 4 203 4.203
JE D4 203 D4.203
JF G4 203 G4.203
JG 4 2032 4.2032
Perkins Engines Company Limited, Peterborough, PE1 5NA, UK.
PMB 812 (September 2009)
Bearing Rationalisation and Material Change
Perkins is pleased to announce some new changes to our bearing kits as part of our commitment to continuous product improvement. This includes a rationalization of kits to simplify the offering, along with a change of material to eliminate lead content. Kits have been rationalized to the highest specification kit available. Other changes include the removal of the fitting tool, previously part of all tangless bearing kits. This is now available separately as part number 27610233
Contents and specification
This product restructuring and material change have allowed us to introduce both a rationalized, easier to understand the range of bearing kits.
Tang to Tangless – To allow more complete rationalization of the range and therefore maximum simplicity, Perkins will now be servicing tanged con rods with tangless bearings. There are no detrimental effects on the performance of the engine or the location of the bearing by making this change.
Fitting tool – The fitting tool which was previously supplied with all kits of tangless bearings will now be available as a separate part number (27610233).
Material change – Perkins has worked hard to eliminate lead from our bearing range due to its environmental impact. The reviewed bearing range is entirely lead-free, excluding kits 85042 and 85043, making it more environmentally friendly. The new material is, as a consequence of being lead-free, of a higher specification than the current material but you may notice a slight change in colour, please see the below pictures for an example.
New lead-free shell Old leaded shell
The lead-free kits will be introduced over the coming months by supersession.
Noordeman Diesel is now offering Ceramic coated crowns and Teflon(MoS2) coated skirts on allpistonsincluding Diesel, Petrol, Gas, 4 strokes and 2 strokes. These pistons are available in all sizes and are machined to allow for the extra height the added ceramic crown coating adds.Click here to shop > CERAMIC COATED PISTONS
The ceramic crown coating can withstand temperatures of up to 1300°C and pressures of up to 69,000 kPa (10,000 psi). This helps to keep the piston cooler and reduces friction, which stops it from softening and failing prematurely from high combustion chamber temperatures.
Reduced heat loss to the piston equates to better fuel burn rates, and increased power and fuel economy (depending on how you drive the vehicle) and a better ring seal.
The skirt coating contains Teflon and is a dry film lubricant that adds 0.025mm (0.001”) to the piston skirt diameter and can withstand temperatures of up to 600°C. It will help prevent piston scuffing in the bores in most marginal lubrication conditions.
If piston protrusion height is a problem due to head or blocks machining we can also offer 0.25 mm (0.010”) thick head shims to suit a large range of engines.
So if you want to turn your standard Toyota, Nissan diesel engine into a Hi-performance Diesel engine this is the start of what we can do. By ceramic coating your pistons you can increase your turbo boost and play with your fuel settings.
(This can be done on other types of diesel engines not just Toyota & Nissan)
We can also offer Ceramic coating to Cylinder head valves and Cylinder heads (combustion chamber) to reduce the amount of heat absorbed and to retain combustion chamber heat in the chamber as well as reducing the wear and creating a better long term seal
Noordeman can even help with coating your intake and exhaust manifolds in a range of finishes