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Deutz AG is an internal combustion engine manufacturer, based in Porz, Cologne, Germany. The company was founded by Nicolaus Otto on 31 March 1864, as N. A. Otto & Cie. Otto was the inventor of the four-stroke internal combustion engine. Deutz engines are available in the power range 4 to 500 kW, with air, oil or water cooling and with life expectancy of 20,000 and 30,000 running hours TBO (Time Between Overhauling) on rebuilt and brand-new units. Deutz-powered air-cooled machines are well-suited for many applications since they cannot freeze or boil-over during normal operation.

No. Engine Family Output Range
(Prime Power Applications)
Number of Cylinders
kVA kWE
1 BFM 2011 Series 13 - 60 10.4 - 48 2 - 4 (In Line)
2 BFL 2011 Series 13 - 40 10.4 - 32 2 - 4 (In Line)
3 FL 912 Series 30 - 60 24 - 48 3 - 6 (In Line)
4 BFL 914 Series 30 - 130 24 - 104 3 - 6 (In Line)
5 BFM 1013 Series 80 - 200 64 - 160 4 - 6 (In Line)
6 TCD 2013 Series 100 - 250 80 - 220 4 - 6 (In Line)
7 BFM 1015 Series 350 - 500 280 - 400 6 - 8 (V)
  • The quoted typical kVA / kWe ratings are based on typical generator efficiencies.
  • The kVA figures are calculated with a 0.8 power factor; 1,500 RPM (50 Hz); 220/380 V