Caterpillar works for customer success by equipping every Tier 4 Interim/Stage IIIB engine with technology that makes an ideal combination of electronic, fuel, air and after treatment components, based on engine size, the type of application and the geographic location in which it will work. Applying these technologies systematically and strategically meet expectations for productivity, fuel efficiency, reliability and service life. The technology is fine-tuned for the right application. Having plenty of Cat Engine Model 3306 Dita Diesel Engines for Sale, call now for a free quote.
Features which make this possible are:
1. Up to 5 percent improvement in fuel efficiency with injection timing precisely controlling the fuel injection process through a series of carefully timed microbursts. This injection timing provides more control of combustion for the cleanest, most efficient fuel burn. To maximize value, Caterpillar engineers specified fuel systems based on the power and performance demands for each engine. The Advanced MEUI-C injector platforms handle increased injection pressures and more precise fuel rates. These durable injectors enhance responsiveness while controlling soot in the C13 ACERT, C15 ACERT, C18 ACERT, C27 ACERT and C32 ACERT. High Pressure Common Rail Fuel Systems with full electronic injection improve precision and control that boost performance and reduces soot for the C4.4 ACERT, C6.6 ACERT, C7.1 ACERT and C9.3 ACERT.
2. Improved Reliability with its over foam wiring harness and simplicity of design gives great reliability even in the most demanding applications.
3. Improved, Innovative Air Management. Cat Tier 4 Interim/Stage IIIB engines feature innovative air-management systems that optimize airflow and enhance power, efficiency and reliability. Applied is a range of simple, reliable turbocharging solutions, based on engine size and application. This allows s matched turbo performance to rated output for high productivity, excellent fuel efficiency, long life and low operating costs. Emissions standards have been systematically reducing levels of Particulate Matter (PM) and Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) since 1996 when the first standards went into effect.
From Tier 1/Stage I (1996) levels to Tier 3/Stage IIIA (2006), emissions standards required an approximate 65 percent reduction in PM and a 60 percent reduction in NOx The next phase of emissions standards, called Tier 4 Interim in the U.S. and Stage IIIB in the European Union, take effect in 2011. Compared to Tier 3/Stage IIIA levels, Tier 4 Interim/Stage IIIB standards require a 90 percent reduction in PM and a 50 percent decrease in NOx.
Tier 4 Final/Stage IV standards, which will become effective in 2014, reduce NOx by an additional 80 percent, taking PM and NOx emissions to near-zero levels.
Caterpillar Engineered Quality means customer success under the most demanding conditions and latest environmental standards. It is quality you can trust. For more information see your nearest Caterpillar dealer. GotDieselEngines.com