Building on a legacy of diesel engine expertise, Caterpillar Inc. is ready to meet the next phase of emissions standards.
Diesel Engine Technology
Effective January 1, 2011 mobile engines greater than 130 bkW (175 bhp) and non-emergency stationary engines less than 10 liters per cylinder and greater than 130 bkW (175 bhp) are required to meet Tier 4 Interim emissions regulations. The Tier 4 regulations not only apply to new diesel engines used in power generation, but they also affect industrial applications, petroleum packages, and diesel-powered construction equipment used in non-road applications.
To provide electric power customers with the most economical and efficient solutions, Caterpillar has developed a full portfolio of engine-integrated technology packages which can be used, in combination, to address the various emission reduction levels required. To support this new line of mobile and stationary generator sets, Cat® dealers and technicians will offer:
· Design consultation on both federal and local regulations
· Installation support
· Maintenance training and/or services
Cat Generator Sets Tier IV Interim Technology Brochure
Building on a legacy of diesel engine expertise and armed with the industry’s largest established dealer network, Caterpillar is leading the industry in meeting the latest generator set emission standards set by the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Click here to our Cat Generator Sets Tier IV Interim Technology brochure.
Cat Power Generation Emissions Website
Check out the official Cat site on emissions for power generation. Click here.