Hedemora Diesel is a trademark to the Swedish Company Hedemora Turbo & Diesel AB in Hedemora, Dalarnas län (a county in Sweden). It is a spinoff from Hedemora Verkstäder. The company used to produce diesel engines for ships, locomotives, and oil rigs along with backup generators to hospitals. The company later shifted its focus to supply existing engines with spare parts and service.
In February 2016 was the company name changed to Hedemora Turbo & Diesel, to include the manufacturing, design authority, parts and service supply of HS Turbochargers, that were acquired from Turbomeca in 2009.
Ships with Hedemora engines
- Submarines in Sjöormen class submarine
- Submarines in Västergötlands-/Södermanland class submarine
- HMS Orion (A201)
- HMS Utö (A261)
- Royal Australian Navys Collins class submarine
Locomotives with Hedemora engines
- T45 - Diesel locomotive, built by ASEA. 5 st.
- Experimental locomotive built by AB Motala Verkstad for LKAB mine train
- Some replacement engines of TCDD DE24000
Oil rigs with Hedemora engines
- "Australiensare ny vd för Hedemora Diesel". Dalarnas Tidningar. 21 February 2006. Archived from the original on 27 September 2007. Retrieved 20 February 2010.
- Offshore Mag - Fourth Hedemora diesel improves Eldfisk power efficiency