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Tcdd De33000

DE 33000
Bandirma Station.
Specifications
Power type Diesel-electric
Designer Electro-Motive Diesel
Builder Tülomsaş
Build date 2003 – 2010
Total produced 89
AAR wheel arr. C-C
UIC classification Co'Co'
Gauge
Wheel diameter 1,016 mm (40 in)
Length 20,770 mm (68 ft 1.7 in)
Locomotive weight 119 t (117 long tons; 131 short tons)
Fuel capacity 4,542 L (999 imp gal; 1,200 US gal)
Prime mover EMD 16-645E3C
Engine type Two-stroke diesel
Aspiration Turbocharged
Top speed 131 km/h (81 mph)
Power output 2,463 kW (3,300 hp)
Career
Railroad(s) Turkish State Railways
Number DE33001 – DE33089

TCDD DE 33000 is a type of diesel-electric locomotive built for operations on Turkish State Railways by Tülomsaş. It is model GT26CW-2 designed by General Motors Electro-Motive Diesel and using the famous EMD 645 two stroke diesel engine and using the EMD_Dash_2 electronic module.

Total initial order was for 65 units, followed by supplemental orders to increase the quantity to 89, with delivery starting in 2003.

External links

  • Tülomsaş page on DE 33000
  • Trains of Turkey on DE 33000
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