We have seen some big engines throughout our lives. The size of the biggest diesel engine in the world, however, caught us off guard! This BEHEMOTH is bigger than a house! For all those who are getting turn-ons on big diesel engines, the following video that we have prepared for you today will be a real treat and `exclusive` power trip. You are about to see how this 82-year-old machine is still functioning big time. This mammoth-sized B&W engine was built and constructed in 1932, and it has been the biggest diesel engine in the whole world for over 30 years. Today, it can be found in DieselHouse, in Copenhagen, Denmark, and it is used as a still functioning survival and part of the history of Diesel engines.
DM 884WS-150 works with 8 cylinder engine and it can generate 22 500 HP (15.000kW) and in the period between 1970 and 2004, it was in a stand-by condition, just in case if there is a power failure in the plant. These last 10 years, it does not serve any other purpose except as a tourist attraction. Guys from DieselHouse are hosting all kinds of exhibitions, which are complemented with many audio and visual additions, in order to bring the history closer to the visitors. That is definitely a great way of showing the biggest diesel engine to the world! To help them out, even more, we decided to share this great video with all of you! Make sure to watch it because it`s not every day an engine makes you feel so small! So check out the video and see what a powerful machine it is, and why the Danes are so proud of it.