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Cat?� C0.7 Diesel Engine

Cat?� C0.7 Diesel Engine

The C0.7 Industrial Diesel Engine is offered in ratings ranging from 12.2-15.3 bkW (16.4-20.5 bhp) @ 2800-3600 rpm. These ratings meet EPA Tier 4 emission standards. They are also available for Europe and, depending on applicable emission standards, may be introduced in other regulated and non-regulated areas. Industries and applications powered by C0.7 engines include: Compactors/Rollers, General Industrial, Mobile Earthmoving Equipment, Mobile Light Towers and Turf and Landscaping.

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Maximum Power20.5HP

Maximum Torque37.1lb-ft @ 2400 rpm

Rated Speed2800-3600 rpm

Minimum Power16.4HP

EmissionsU.S. EPA Tier 4 Interim Equivalent

Length18.9in

Width14.6in

Height20.8in

Weight - Net Dry - Basic Operating Engine Without Optional Attachments156.5lb

Engine ConfigurationInline 3, 4-Stroke-Cycle Diesel

Bore2.6in

Stroke2.8in

Displacement46.4in³

Compression Ratio23.5:1

AspirationNaturally Aspirated (NA)

Combustion SystemIndirect Injection

Rotation from Flywheel EndCounterclockwise

Aftertreatment-

Standard

Inlet manifold with choice of inlets.

Standard

Alternator 12 volt 14 amp

Starter motor 12 volt

Glow plug starting aid

Standard

Belt-driven coolant pump

Coolant temperature switch

Choice of cooling fans

Standard

SAE No. 6 1/2 flywheel

Choice of SAE No. 5 or standard backplate flywheel housing

Standard

Fuel injection pump

Spin-on fuel filter

Electronic Shut-off Solenoid (ESOS)

Standard

Closed circuit breather

Spin-on lube oil filter

Lube oil pressure switch

Lube oil sump

Standard

Cast iron, engine block

Cast iron exhaust manifold--side outlet

Cold start capability to -20° C (-4° F)

Gradeability 35° continuous

Paint: Caterpillar yellow, with optional colors available at request

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