Caterpillar Marine announces upgrades to reman models in commercial and yachting applications
Caterpillar Marine has announced upgrades to the Cat® Reman Marine 3116 and 3126 model engines ranging from 300 to 420 bhp for use in both commercial and yachting applications. Beginning mid to late Q2 of this year, Cat 3116 and 3126 Reman mechanical engines will come standard with wiring harness, junction box and associated sensors, for ease of installation, the company said in its press release.
Caterpillar offers Marine Reman products ranging from 300 to 700 bhp; Cat® Reman engines provide maximum value by providing improved productivity and efficiency at a fraction of the cost of new, while reducing impact on the environment.
As the world’s leading remanufacturer of diesel engines, Caterpillar employs state of the art techniques, advanced remanufacturing processes, and genuine Cat parts to return each engine to same as new specifications. “Remanufacturing is more than rebuilding,” said David Holt, marine industry specialist for Caterpillar’s Global Aftermarket Marketing and Brand Division. “It’s returning engines and components to their original performance specifications and latest engineering changes using salvage technologies, strict reuse guidelines, advanced manufacturing systems and unequaled quality control.” Restoring original performance is possible since new Cat engines and engine components are built to be remanufactured for a second life.
About Caterpillar Marine
Caterpillar Marine, with headquarters in Hamburg, Germany, groups all the marketing and service activities for Cat and MaK marine diesel, dual fuel and gas power and propulsion systems within Caterpillar Inc. The organization provides premier power solutions in the medium- and high-speed segments with outputs from 93 to 16,800 kW in main propulsion and 10 to 16,100 kWe in marine generator sets as well as a comprehensive portfolio of propulsion solutions. The sales and service network includes more than 2,100 dealer locations world-wide dedicated to support customers in ocean-going, commercial marine and pleasure craft wherever they are.
With 2017 sales and revenue of $45.5 billion, Caterpillar is the world’s leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives. The company principally operates through its three product segments - Construction Industries, Resource Industries and Energy & Transportation - and also provides financing and related services through its Financial Products segment.