PRM1750

Full hydraulic operation, drop centre output shaft with two stage reduction gearing.

PRM1750 series marine transmissions are the ideal choice for pleasure and commercial craft applications with engines rated at up to 620 hp (463 kW).

They are available in both shallow and deep case form - corresponding to reduction ratios ranging from 1.22:1 to 3.0:1 and 3.12:1 to 4.9:1 respectively - and are supplied with integral SAE housings as standard.

All PRM1750 series transmissions feature a twin countershaft design compatible with left or right hand propeller rotations - making them equally suitable for both single or twin engine installations. In addition, the PRM1750's two-stage reduction gearing enables maximum input torque of 1750 Nm to be transmitted continuously in either direction at engine speeds of up to 2500 rev/min.

Simple Operation

Operation is by a single lever compatible with proprietary remote control operating systems.

The need for special purpose automatic transmission fluid is eliminated by the use of engine oil specification lubricant.

Durable and Reliable

PRM1750 utilises a maintenance-free oil-operated, self-adjusting multi-disc clutches for consistent reliability and in-service performance.

The gearcase is manufactured from high grade cast iron and is internally ribbed for extra rigidity and strength.

The oil pump, oil filter and hydraulic control valve on all PRM1750 models are mounted externally for easy access and servicing.

Optional equipment

Two optional clutched power take-offs - compatible with SAE classification hydraulic pumps - are available to drive on-board machinery. Further ancillary equipment for PRM1750 gearboxes includes an oil pressure gauge and oil cooler kit.

Nominal Power Ratings - PRM1750 Shallow Case Marine Gearbox

Model

Ahead Ratio

Pleasure

Light Commercial

Heavy Commercial

kW

BHP

kW

BHP

kW

BHP

1750S12SAE3

1.22:1

18.33

24.58

17.04

22.85

15.76

21.13

1750S15SAE3

1.56:1

18.33

24.58

17.04

22.85

15.76

21.13

1750S19SAE3

1.94:1

18.33

24.58

17.04

22.85

15.76

21.13

1750S22SAE3

2.25:1

18.33

24.58

17.04

22.85

15.76

21.13

1750S24SAE3

2.45:1

18.33

24.58

17.04

22.85

15.76

21.13

1750S30SAE3

3.00:1

18.33

24.58

17.04

22.85

15.76

21.13


Ratings are based upon engines with a maximum operating speed of 2500 rev/min
 

S denotes Shallow Case: manufactured only with integral SAE3 adaptor housings.

Nominal Power Ratings - PRM1750 Deep Case Marine Gearbox

Model

Ahead Ratio

Pleasure

Light Commercial

Heavy Commercial

kW

BHP

kW

BHP

kW

BHP

1750D31SAE1
1750D31SAE2

3.12:1

18.33

24.58

17.04

22.85

15.76

21.13

1750D39SAE1
1750D39SAE2

3.88:1

18.33

24.58

17.04

22.85

15.76

21.13

1750D45SAE1
1750D45SAE2

4.50:1

18.33

24.58

17.04

22.85

15.76

21.13

1750D49SAE1
1750D49SAE2

4.90:1

16.76

22.48

15.58

20.89

14.41

19.32


Ratings are based upon engines with a maximum operating speed of 2500 rev/min

D denotes Deep Case: manufactured only with integral SAE1 or SAE2 adaptor housings.

Note: These powers are expressed in BHP and kW per 100 rev/min engine speeds, and are measured at the engine flywheel. Ratings have been established to ensure the long, trouble-free life of the gearbox and should not therefore, be exceeded.

Operating Pressure

Minimum - 28.27 bar (410lb/in²), maximum 31.03 bar (450lb/in²). Two tapped holes, 1 hole 1/8" BSP on the top and 1 hole M18 on the side of the valve block are provided so that a pressure gauge can be fitted if required.

Oil Cooling

The normal operating temperature of the oil should be in the 50ºC - 80ºC range, and should not be permitted to exceed 90ºC. An oil cooler is necessary to ensure that correct operating temperatures are maintained, and two 1/2" BSP connections are provided on the valve block to allow it to be fitted. The size of the cooler required depends on a number of factors including the transmitted horsepower, operating speed, duty cycle, inlet water temperature and ambient temperature.

Propeller Thrust

Both ahead and astern thrust is carried by the output shaft taper roller bearings which are of ample capacity for all factory approved ratings.

Approximate Weight and Oil Capacity

Gearbox

Approximate dry weight

Oil capacity

PRM1750D

300kg (663lb)

excluding adaptor, drive coupling and oil cooler.

10 litres (17.6 pints)

plus the amount required to fill the cooling circuit

PRM1750S

260kg (570lb)

8 litres (14 pints)


Note: Weight excluding drive coupling and cooler.
Note: Oil capacity does not include amount to fill cooling circuit.

Flexible Input Couplings for PRM1750

 

Flywheel Size

Part No.

Centa Transmissions Ltd.

SAE 11.5 in

MT8462

SAE 14 in

MT8459

R & D Marine Ltd.

SAE 11.5 in

MT8463

SAE 14 in

MT8464

Vulkan Industries Ltd.

SAE 11.5 in

MT8465

SAE 14 in

MT8466


Other Accessories

Part No

Description

MT8330S/A

Oil cooler for engines up to 340kW

MT8331S/A

Oil cooler for engines over 340kW

MT0205S/A

Clutched power take-off for SAE 'B' hydraulic pump

MT0497-KIT

Adaptor ring for PRM1750S to SAE1 flywheel

MT0514-KIT

Adapter ring for PRM1750DSAE1 to SAE2 flywheel


Note: When ordering it is necessary to specify the flywheel size.

The choice of coupling must be made by the engine manufacturer/boat builder to ensure vibratory torque levels within the driveline are kept to a minimum within the engine operating speed range. This is particularly important as PRM1750 uses two stage gear reduction

Service Classification Definitions - Pleasure
Limited to planing hull pleasure craft with a maximum of 500 hours operating time per year, of which not more than 5% should be at full engine throttle, with the balance of usage at 90% or less of full throttle. The use of PRM marine gearboxes according to this classification in any commercial boat, or in sport-fishing charter boats or long-range pleasure cruisers, is not approved.

Service Classification Definitions -Light commercial:
Planing or semi-displacement craft used in pleasure or commercial applications may qualify for light commercial rating if annual usage is less than 1500 hours and full throttle operation is limited, with most operating time at partial throttle.

Service Classification Definitions -Heavy commercial:
PRM Newage Limited recommends that all displacement and semi-displacement craft used for commercial applications should be classed as heavy commercial duty. In vessels of this type (including trawlers, purse seiners, lobster and crab boats, tugs, ferries, offshore supply boats etc.) the marine gearbox is expected to work at full governed engine speed. The power setting of the engine must be known and must be within the gearbox's permissible heavy commercial rating.

Important Note

1. It is essential for the engine, transmission model, reduction ratio and propeller size to be correctly matched so that the engine can attain its rated speed appropriate to the relevant service classification without labouring.

2. It is also necessary to ensure the torsional compatibility of the complete propulsion system from engine through to propeller, since disregarding this may result in gear noise, particularly at low speed operation, and may even result in damage to the engine as well as the transmission components.

PRM Newage Limited will provide all possible information and assistance to help find solutions to potential torsional problems, but it is the ultimate responsibility of the person assembling the drive and driven equipment to ensure that they are torsionally compatible.