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MARINE POWERSOLUTIONSE DIT I O N 2 018 (MAY )

Caterpillar follows a policy ofcontinuous product improvement.For this reason, some material andspecifications in the CaterpillarMarine Solutions Guide couldchange without notice.For more Information aboutCaterpillar Marine and currentproducts, as well as legacyproducts, please visit:www.cat.com/marineFor Cat Dealers: Please referenceTMI Web for the most currentinformation.

CONTENTSPageMarine Power Solutions . 5Engines and Generator Sets . 9Emissions Regulations . 10Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) System . 13Cat High-Speed and Medium-Speed Solutions . 15Cat Propulsion Engines . 16Cat Generator Sets and Auxiliary Engines . 48Cat Controls and Displays . 73MaK Medium-Speed and Dual Fuel Solutions . 77MaK Propulsion Engines . 79MaK Generator Sets . 105MaK Controls and Displays . 131EMD Medium-Speed and Dual Fuel Solutions . 145EMD Propulsion and Dual Fuel Engines . 146Propulsion Systems Commercial Applications . 155Propulsion Solutions. 157MPP - Marine Propulsion Propeller. 164MTA - Marine Thruster Azimuth . 168MTT - Marine Thruster Transverse . 177Remote Control System. 184Propulsion Systems Pleasure Craft Applicatios. 187System Solutions . 189LNG Propulsion and Fuel Gas Systems . 190Multi-Engine Optimizer . 192Cat Connect . 193Customer Support Solutions. 197Worldwide Dealer Network . 198Customer Service Agreement . 199Extended Service Coverage. 200Financing. 201Glossary. 203Addresses . 204Marine Rating Definition Propulsion Engines. 206Marine Rating Definition Generator Sets and Auxiliary Engines. 209Abbreviations . 210Caterpillar follows a policy of continual product improvement. For this reason, some material andspecifications could change without notice.3

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MARINE POWER SOLUTIONSNot just Components. Complete Solutions. High-speed and medium-speed propulsion, auxiliary andgenerator set solutionsOptional dual fuel, diesel-electric, and hybrid systemconfigurationsSCR systemsComplete propulsion systems – controllable pitch propellers,transverse and azimuth thrusters, pleasure craft pods andcontrolsLNG propulsion and fuel gas systems – from shore-sidebunkering to on-board storage, bunker tanks to LNG fuel gasVessel monitoring and analyticsComprehensive global customer support and aftersales solutions5

Caterpillar Marine is headquartered in Hamburg, Germany and partof Caterpillar Inc., headquartered in Peoria, Illinois, United Statesof America.Our Values in Action are Integrity, Excellence,Teamwork, Commitment and Sustainability.6 Sigma methodology is our DNA in customer’s satisfaction, productdevelopment and cost management. The Caterpillar ProductionSystem (CPS) enables product quality, cost saving and employeesafety. With the Caterpillar Foundation we reflect our philanthropicefforts & corporate social responsibility.Caterpillar Marine is working with 60 Cat dealers and 20 MaK &EMD dealers globally to ensure customers enduring success. Ourproduct offerings includes diesel & dual fuel engines as propulsionand auxiliary engines, as well as complete generator sets. Inaddition to the power generation we offer after treatment solutionsand complete Fuel Gas Handling Systems.To ensure manoeuvrability, propulsion and control about your vesselwe offer Conventional Propeller Systems in a Controllable Pitchlayout and Azimuth Propulsion Systems in a Controllable and FixedPitch layout as mechanical, electrical or hybrid driven solutions.Our technical enabled solutions offer complete integratedmonitoring, safety and control system through total vessel analyticssolutions to increase up time and efficiency even more. This MarineAsset Intelligence (MAI) gives you advanced predictive analyticsand expert advisory services across your vessel or across yourentire fleet. Automated analytics identify potential issues beforefailure. Fleet Advisors provide recommendations for maintenanceand operations improvements. We analyse and track equipmentcondition to optimise maintenance and repair scheduling. Weoptimise energy use by improving maintenance and operations andensure safety and regulatory compliance.6

The entire solution is tailored to your specific needs, depending onwhich equipment is included, the types of expert services required,releases metrics, reports, and dashboards for optimum utilisation ofyour fleet.All this product and innovations will be delivered through our globaldealer network, including complete marine integration solutions.In addition we offer world class marine financing solutions by CatFinancial.Our mission is to offer advanced marine power solution systems.Our vision is to be a full marine system and service provider.This always with the highest up time and the lowest operationalcost.7

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ENGINES ANDGENERATOR SETS9

Emissions RegulationsGlobal regulatory agencies, including U.S. Environmental ProtectionAgency (EPA), EURO Waterways and International MaritimeOrganization (IMO) have enacted programs to reduce emissionsfrom all diesel vessels.Caterpillar Marine has a key focus on emissions regulations toensure that our marine engines meet global requirements. We’velong been a leader in solving environmental challenges, allowingcustomers to focus on business progress.U.S. EPA StandardsU.S. EPA RegulationsNCNot U.S. EPA Marine Certified for use in the U.S. orCanada.T3CMeets U.S. EPA Marine Tier 3 Commercial standards.T3RMeets U.S. EPA Marine Tier 3 Recreational standards.T3CRMeets U.S. EPA Marine Tier 3 Commercial standardsand U.S. EPA Marine Tier 3 Recreational standards.T4CMeets U.S. EPA Marine Tier 4 Final Commercialstandards.Emergency Meets U.S. EPA Marine Tier 2 or Tier 3, as applicable,that otherwise must meet Tier 4.10

Canada RegulationsAs of January 1, 2016 Category 2 engines (7 to 30 l/cylinder) onCanadian flagged vessels must meet U.S. EPA requirements or havean equivalent certificate that has been provided by another country.All other marine engines must meet IMO requirements for vesselsconstructed after December 31, 2010. Engines on vessels with keellaid in 2017 with combined propulsion power 750 kW are exemptfrom IMO III.IMO CertificationNOx Limit (g/kWh)TierDaten 130Tier I200017.0Tier II201114.4Tier III2016*3.4130 n 200045 . n-0.2n 200044 . n-0.239 . n-0.27.79.82.0IMO CertificationIMO I — Meet IMO emissions standards for the year 2000 asdefined by Regulation 13 of Annex VI to the International Conventionfor the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, as modified by theprotocol of 1997. Applies to specific engines in vessels with a keellay date from January 1, 2000 until December 31, 2010; other rulesmay apply.IMO II — Emissions data measurement is consistent with theprocedures described in the NOx Technical Code 2008. The engineexhaust emissions meet the International Maritime Organization’sRegulation 13 of Revised Annex VI to the MARPOL Convention.Applies to engines greater than 130 kW on vessels flagged incountries party to the MARPOL Annex VI Convention and the vesselis constructed after December 31, 2010. IMO II typically appliesoutside of NOx Emissions Control Areas (NOx ECA). See IMO.org “status of conventions” for a current list of nations enforcingMARPOL Annex VI. Other rules may apply.11

IMO III — Emissions data measurement is consistent with theprocedures described in the NOx Technical Code 2008. The engineexhaust emissions meet the International Maritime Organization’sRegulation 13 of Revised Annex VI to the MARPOL Convention. IMOIII applies to NOx Emission Control Areas (NOx ECA) defined areas.Other rules may apply.NST — Engines 130 bkW are not subject to IMO regulations.EU CertificationCommercial Craft Directive 97/68/EC (EU Stage IIIA)This directive is in effect and applies to all propulsion and auxiliaryengines. Caterpillar has certified some engines with a rated powerof greater than 560 bkW to this standard. Most of these are to beused for inland waterway vessels. These engines also becameeffective by reciprocity agreement with CCNR Stage II, on July 1, 2007.(97/68 directive was repealed January 1, 2017 although 97/68 (IIIA)standards apply to marine engines until Stage V comes into effectJanuary 1, 2019 for 300 kW and January 1, 2020 for 300 kW and allreferences to 97/68 are now references to EU 2016/1628 (Stage V)).Central Commission for Navigation on the RhineCommercial Craft — CCNR Stage II diesel engine emissions limitsbecame effective July 1, 2007; this directive applies to engines witha rated power at or above 37 kW. The emissions requirements ofCCNR expire with the implementation of Stage V as noted above.Engine Certification DescriptionsCC2 Meets CCNR Stage IIIW Meets EU Stage IIIA or referred to as, Inland WaterwayCommercial Craft Directive, meaning the same as CommercialCraft Directive 97/68/EC, now EU 2016/1628 (EU Stage IIIA).Some engine models and ratings will have (CCNR) or (EUStage IIIA).NC Not Certified for specific regulations.NST Engines 19 kW are not subject to CCNR legislation.RCD Recreational Craft Directive, meets 2013/53/EU. This directiveis in effect and applies to all recreational engines used in theEuropean Union areas.EUV Engines meeting stage V.C-I Engines meeting China inland water regulations.C-II12

Selective Catalytic Reduction(SCR) SystemA simple technical solution can help you meet today’s stringentMaritime emission standards.The easy-to-install Cat SCR System is an exhaust gas aftertreatmentsolution compliant with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA) Tier 4 and International Maritime Organization (IMO) TierIII emission standards. It is a sustainable solution to reduce NOxemissions without sacrificing Caterpillar’s marine engine efficiency,durability and reliability that our customers are used to.Regional initiatives from environmentally friendly governments arealready in effect with incentives benefitting ship owners who investin NOx emissions reduction technology.Caterpillar chose to take part in this environmentally friendlystrategy.Features and Benefits Designed for NOx emissions reduction in line withU.S. EPA Tier 4 and IMO III requirements Compact package from one single source Available for newbuilds and retrofits Easy to install with minimum impact to vessel design Common control and monitoring system for reliable and safeoperation Global dealer network for installation and service in anylocation13

Clean Emission Module (CEM)Caterpillar designed the SCR System for Cat and MaK marineapplications with a compact and easy to install Clean EmissionModule (CEM). You will benefit from an optimally matched systemwith minimum impact to vessel design. Thus, we offer three differentCEM configurations to suit all markets and vessel types.U-Flow and Z-FlowDesigned for Cat high-speed engines:Cat C32, 3500 series, C175Example:3500 Clean Emission Module(U-Flow configuration)Example:C32 Clean Emission Module(Z-Flow configuration)Example:Dosing CabinetVertical StackDesigned for Cat and MaK medium-speedand dual fuel engines:Cat 280MaK M 20, M 25, M 32, M 43MaK M 34, M 46The Cat SCR System is available for newbuilds and retrofits.Contact your local dealer for more information.14

Cat High-Speed andMedium-Speed Solutions

Cat Propulsion EnginesCaterpillar Marine offers acomplete range of conventionaland electronic propulsionsolutions spanning acrosscommercial and leisureapplications. With power rangingfrom 209 bkW (280 bhp) to 5650bkW (7577 bhp), there are Cathigh-speed and medium-speedpropulsion solutions for you.Whatever the application, andwhatever the solution, ourproducts are renowned for notonly reliability, durability andefficiency, but also for designand manufacturing innovation.They deliver the advanced controlthat vessel operators need tomaximize power and efficiency,and the enhanced monitoringthat ensures peace of mind. Byleveraging our ACERT and CatCommon Rail technologies, ourelectronic engines are designedto meet all the varying globalemission standards.We’re built to keep you working –or having fun – on the water.16

Electronic Control SystemC7.1PROPULSION ENGINE (High Performance Applications)RATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. IIIW* 300 bkW and lower CCNR2 ratings will not be available after December 2018. Contact your localdealer for availability.SPECIFICATIONSIn-line 6, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement4.13 x 5.31 in105 x 135 mm428 cu in7.01 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)1676 lb760 kgDIMENSIONSLEHWEmin.43.1 in/1095 mm34.5 in/876 mm31.4 in/798 mmmax.43.1 in/1095 mm34.5 in/876 mm31.4 in/798 mm17

Electronic Control SystemC7.1PROPULSION ENGINE (Commercial Applications)RATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. 3CIIIWD431425317270022.9226T3CIIIW* 300 bkW and lower CCNR2 ratings will not be available after December 2018. Contact your localdealer for availability.EU Stage V product is not expected to be available in 2018.SPECIFICATIONSIn-line 6, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement4.13 x 5.31 in105 x 135 mm428 cu in7.01 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)1676 lb760 kgDIMENSIONS18LEHWEmin.43.1 in/1095 mm34.5 in/876 mm31.4 in/798 mmmax.43.1 in/1095 mm34.5 in/876 mm31.4 in/798 mm

Electronic Control SystemC8.7PROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONEmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. IFICATIONSIn-line 6, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTSAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement4.6 x 5.3 in117 x 135 mm531 cu in8.7 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)2400 lb1089 kgDIMENSIONSLEHWEmin.47.9 in/1218 mm38.7 in/984 mm34.7 in/881 mmmax.47.9 in/1218 mm38.7 in/984 mm34.7 in/881 mm19

Electronic Control SystemC9.3PROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. 2.3T3CIIIW* 300 bkW and lower CCNR2 ratings will not be available after December 2018. Contact your localdealer for availability.SPECIFICATIONSIn-line 6, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement4.53 x 5.87 in115 x 149 mm568 cu in9.3 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)2083 - 2474 lb945 - 1122 kgDIMENSIONS20LEHWEmin.57.2 in/1452 mm43.0 in/1093 mm38.5 in/978 mmmax.57.2 in/1452 mm43.0 in/1093 mm38.5 in/978 mm

Electronic Control SystemC12PROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. ECIFICATIONSIn-line 6, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement5.1 x 5.9 in130 x 150 mm732 cu in12 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)2588 lb1174 kgDIMENSIONSLEHWEmin.62.0 in/1574 mm39.5 in/1005 mm38.1 in/969 mmmax.62.0 in/1574 mm39.5 in/1005 mm38.1 in/969 mm21

Electronic Control SystemC12.9PROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. e 6, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTA/TSAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement5.31 x 5.9 in135 x 150 mm787 cu in12.9 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)3635 - 3686 lb1649 - 1672 kgDIMENSIONS22LEHWEmin.57.6 in/1463 mm42.7 in/1085 mm43.7 in/1110 mmmax.57.6 in/1463 mm42.7 in/1085 mm43.7 in/1110 mm

Mechanical Control System3406CPROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. 06400298180019.5208.0NCNCNCSPECIFICATIONSIn-line 6, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement5.4 x 6.5 in137.2 x 165.1 mm891 cu in14.6 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)2921 lb1325 kgDIMENSIONSLEHWEmin.57.3 in/1454.2 mm50.3 in/1278.5 mm36.0 in/913.5 mmmax.57.3 in/1454.2 mm50.3 in/1278.5 mm36.0 in/913.5 mm23

Electronic Control SystemC18PROPULSION ENGINE (Commercial Applications)RATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONIMO Tier IImhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. 3651220045.0219.3NCIIIWU.S. EPA Tier 3 and IMO Tier II1mhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. WD814803599210041.8221.6T3CIIIWWide Operating Speed Range (WOSR)Heat Exchanger (32 C Sea Water Temp), Keel Cooled (52 C SCAC Temp)2Sea Water Aftercooled24(continued)

Electronic Control SystemC18PROPULSION ENGINE (Commercial Applications)(continued)SPECIFICATIONSIn-line 6, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTA, TTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement5.7 x 7.2 in145 x 183 mm1106 cu in18.1 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)4000 - 4299 lb1814 - 1950 kgDIMENSIONSLEHWEmin.73.0 in/1854 mm47.2 in/1198 mm44.6 in/1134 mmmax.76.0 in/1931 mm51.2 in/1300 mm47.4 in/1204 mm25

Electronic Control SystemC18PROPULSION ENGINE (High Performance Applications)RATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONU.S. EPA Tier 3 and IMO Tier IImhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. line 6, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTA, TTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement5.7 x 7.2 in145 x 183 mm1106 cu in18.1 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)4000 - 4299 lb1814 - 1950 kgDIMENSIONS26LEHWEmin.73.0 in/1854 mm47.2 in/1198 mm44.6 in/1134 mmmax.76.0 in/1931 mm51.2 in/1300 mm47.4 in/1204 mm

Electronic Control SystemC32PROPULSION ENGINE (Commercial Applications)RATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONIMO Tier II/IMO Tier III1mhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. WWide Operating Speed Range (WOSR)Heat Exchanger (32 C Sea Water Temp), Keel Cooled (52 C SCAC Temp)2Sea Water Aftercooled4Contact your local dealer for availability on U.S. EPA Tier 4 and IMO III ratings.(continued)27

Electronic Control SystemC32PROPULSION ENGINE (Commercial Applications)(continued)RATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONU.S. EPA Tier 3 and IMO Tier IImhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. CIIIWA18118005971600-180040.3214.6T3CIIIWU.S. EPA Tier 4 and IMO Tier IIImhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. 050-215073.4215.6T4CIIIIWC1Wide Operating Speed Range (WOSR)Heat Exchanger (32 C Sea Water Temp), Keel Cooled (52 C SCAC Temp)2Sea Water Aftercooled4Contact your local dealer for availability on U.S. EPA Tier 4 and IMO III ratings.28(continued)

Electronic Control SystemC32PROPULSION ENGINE (Commercial Applications)(continued)SPECIFICATIONSVee 12, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement5.71 x 6.38 in145 x 162 mm1659 cu in32.1 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)6950 - 7160 lb3152 - 3248 kgDIMENSIONSLEHWEmin.83.5 in/2121 mm60.9 in/1547 mm60.17 in/1528 mmmax.89.9 in/2284 mm62.5 in/1587 mm60.17 in/1528 mm29

Electronic Control SystemC32PROPULSION ENGINE (High Performance Applications)RATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONU.S. EPA Tier 3 and IMO Tier II/IIImhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. NSVee 12, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement5.71 x 6.38 in145 x 162 mm1959 cu in32.1 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)6780 lb3075 kgDIMENSIONS30LEHWEmin.82.9 in/2106 mm56.9 in/1445 mm58.3 in/1482 mmmax.82.9 in/2106 mm56.9 in/1445 mm58.3 in/1482 mm

Electronic Control System3508CPROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. PECIFICATIONSVee 8, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement6.7 x 7.5 in170 x 190 mm2107 cu in34.5 literRotation (from flywheel end)Counterclockwise orclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)10,935 lb4960 kgDIMENSIONSLEHWEmin.83.4 in/2117 mm72.0 in/1829 mm67.0 in/1703 mmmax.83.4 in/2117 mm72.0 in/1829 mm67.0 in/1703 mm31

Electronic Control System3512CPROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. 1High displacement engine (HD)32(continued)

Electronic Control System3512CPROPULSION ENGINE(continued)SPECIFICATIONSVee 12, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTTAAspirationBore x StrokeBore x Stroke16.69 x 7.48 in170 x 190 mm6.69 x 8.46 in170 x 215 mmDisplacement3161 cu in51.8 literDisplacement13574 cu in58.6 literRotation (from flywheel end)Counterclockwise orclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)14,400 - 16,340 lb6532 - 7411 kgDIMENSIONSLEHWEmin.102.0 in/2590 mm75.0 in/1904 mm80.2 in/2037 mmmax.105.1 in/2669 mm88.3 in/2242 mm87.9 in/2232 mm33

Electronic Control System3512EPROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONU.S. EPA Tier 4 Final and IMO Tier III RatingsmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. .7199.9T4CIIINCAll high displacement engines (HD).Engines require SCR Aftertreatment.Contact dealer for availability.34(continued)

Electronic Control System3512EPROPULSION ENGINE(continued)SPECIFICATIONSVee 12, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement6.69 x 8.46 in170 x 215 mm3574 cu in58.6 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)16,508 lb7488 kgDIMENSIONSLEHWEmin.104.2 in/2624 mm87.5 in/2222.6 mm80.2 in/2037 mmmax.104.2 in/2624 mm87.5 in/2222.6 mm80.2 in/2037 mm35

Electronic Control System3516CPROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. IW13434338625251800165.0207.6NCIIIWD1High displacement engine (HD)36(continued)

Electronic Control System3516CPROPULSION ENGINE(continued)SPECIFICATIONSVee 16, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTTAAspirationBore x Stroke16.69 x 7.48 in170 x 190 mm6.69 x 8.46 in170 x 215 mmDisplacement4211 cu in69 literDisplacement14765 cu in78 literBore x StrokeRotation (from flywheel end)Counterclockwise orclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)17,550 - 19,025 lb7964 - 8629 kgDIMENSIONSLEHWEmin.143.1 in/3637 mm77.4 in/1967 mm80.2 in/2037 mmmax.148.0 in/3761 mm84.6 in/2150 mm84.3 in/2142 mm37

Electronic Control System3516EPROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONU.S. EPA Tier 4 Final and IMO Tier III RatingsmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. 2203.4T4CIIINCAll ratings are high displacement.Engines require SCR Aftertreatment.Contact Caterpillar or your local dealer for availability and technical details (e.g. fuel consumption).SPECIFICATIONSVee 16, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement6.69 x 8.46 in170 x 215 mm4765 cu in78 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)21,164 lb9600 kgDIMENSIONS38LEHWEmin.125.7 in/3192 mm87.6 in/2225 mm89.9 in/2284 mmmax.125.7 in/3192 mm87.6 in/2225 mm89.9 in/2284 mm

Electronic Control SystemC175-16PROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONIMO Tier IImhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. 0167.9209.1NCIINCSPECIFICATIONSVee 16, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement6.88 x 8.66 in175 x 220 mm5166.88 cu in84.67 literRotation (from flywheel end)CounterclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)28,750 lb13,041 kgDIMENSIONSLEHWEmin.177.8 in/4515 mm97.6 in/2478 mm72.6 in/1845 mmmax.177.8 in/4515 mm97.6 in/2478 mm72.6 in/1845 mm39

Electronic Control SystemC280-6PROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. 08194.0NCIINCMC2760272220301000116200.4NCIINCC280 fuel rate is at full load on the prop curve, BSFC is at full power condition.SPECIFICATIONSIn-line 6, 4-Stroke-Cycle DieselTAAspirationBore x StrokeDisplacement11.0 x 11.8 in280 x 300 mm6773 cu in111 literRotation (from flywheel end)Counterclockwise orclockwiseEngine dry weight (approx)34,496 lb15,680 kgDIMENSIONS40LEHWEmin.158 in/4013 mm108 in/2743 mm71 in/1803 mmmax.158 in/4013 mm108 in/2743 mm71 in/1803 mm

Electronic Control SystemC280-8PROPULSION ENGINERATINGS AND FUEL CONSUMPTIONmhpbhpbkWrpmU.S. 280 fuel rate is at full load on the prop curve, BSFC is at full power condit

NST — Engines 130 bkW are not subject to IMO regulations. EU Certification Commercial Craft Directive 97/68/EC (EU Stage IIIA) This directive is in effect and applies to all propulsion and auxiliary engines. Caterpillar has certified some engines with a rated power of greater than 560 bkW to this standard. Most of these are to be