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3516E Marine Auxiliary Engine (U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final)

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Specification Summary

Aspiration
TA
Power Range
787-3175 bhp (587-2368 bkW)
Emissions
U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final, IMO III
Bore
6.69 in
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Power Rating

Power Range
787-3175 bhp (587-2368 bkW)

Engine Specifications

Aspiration
TA
Emissions
U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final, IMO III
Bore
6.69 in
Displacement
4765 in³
Stroke
8.46 in
Configuration
Vee 16, 4-Stroke-Cycle Diesel
Rotation from Flywheel End
Counterclockwise

Dimensions & Weights

Dry Weight
22060 lb
Minimum Width
72.8 in
Length
146.6 in
Height
90.9 in
Maximum Width
87.9 in
Power Range
787-3175 bhp (587-2368 bkW)
Aspiration
TA
Emissions
U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final, IMO III
Bore
6.69 in
Displacement
4765 in³
Stroke
8.46 in
Configuration
Vee 16, 4-Stroke-Cycle Diesel
Rotation from Flywheel End
Counterclockwise
Dry Weight
22060 lb
Minimum Width
72.8 in
Length
146.6 in
Height
90.9 in
Maximum Width
87.9 in

The 3516E marine auxiliary engine is now available in a wide range of ratings that meet U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final and IMO III marine emissions regulations. As the commercial marine industry adjusts their operations to meet EPA Tier 4 and IMO III emissions standards, Caterpillar Marine has introduced a solution built to maximize performance while meeting regulations. Caterpillar’s combination of a fuel-efficiency-optimized engine and a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) aftertreatment system is a solution that not only reduces NOx emissions, but can also lower a customer’s owning and operating costs in the process.