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Caterpillar Debuts Cat C32B Marine Engine

Cat C32B Marine Engine (Photo: Caterpillar Marine)

Caterpillar Marine has rolled out its new Cat C32B 2,000 HP (2025 MHP) marine engine with a rated engine speed of 2,300 rpm. This engine meets emerging market demands and expands the power capability of the C32 high performance product line, delivering a 5% power increase over existing C32 ratings.

The new model shares a similar look, as well as most of the same connection points and footprint of the current C32 engine, and it will be available with the same emissions certifications as the current C32 ratings, including EPA Tier 3 Recreational and IMO II.

Beyond power density improvement, additional benefits include updated electronics (ADEM 6 ECM) and an enhanced unit injector fuel system, enabling multiple injections to help improve noise and vibration characteristics from combustion.

"We're very excited to offer our customers more power with the C32B engine, while also helping to reduce engine noise and continuing to provide excellent engine performance and reliability," said Allen Bowman, marine product strategy engineer for Caterpillar Marine. "The C32B will provide expanded opportunities for our customers for new builds and repower options, which is generating excitement about the future of the C32B and what it will bring to the market."

The Cat C32B marine engine will be available for order in fall of 2020. The engine comes with warranty coverage and the support of the Cat dealer network.

Aug 27, 2020

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