Riggs Cat

C11 ACERT™ Dry Manifold Engine

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Specification Summary

Minimum Rating
325 BHP
Maximum Rating
450 BHP
Emissions
EPA and CARB Non-Road Mobile Tier 3, EU Stage IIIA
Length
47.3 in
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General Specifications

Minimum Rating
325 BHP
Maximum Rating
450 BHP
Governor and Protection
Electronic (ADEM™ A3)
Aspiration
Turbocharged-Aftercooled
Displacement
681 in³
Flywheel and Flywheel Housing
SAE 1 or SAE 2
Flywheel Teeth
113 (SAE 1), 138 (SAE 2)
Rotation from Flywheel End
Counterclockwise
Stroke
5.51 in
Bore
5.12 in

Emissions

Emissions
EPA and CARB Non-Road Mobile Tier 3, EU Stage IIIA

Dimensions

Length
47.3 in
Width
41.6 in
Height
46.3 in
Weight
1967 lb

Capacity for Liquids

Lube Oil System - Refill
9 gal (US)
Minimum Rating
325 BHP
Maximum Rating
450 BHP
Governor and Protection
Electronic (ADEM™ A3)
Aspiration
Turbocharged-Aftercooled
Displacement
681 in³
Flywheel and Flywheel Housing
SAE 1 or SAE 2
Flywheel Teeth
113 (SAE 1), 138 (SAE 2)
Rotation from Flywheel End
Counterclockwise
Stroke
5.51 in
Bore
5.12 in
Emissions
EPA and CARB Non-Road Mobile Tier 3, EU Stage IIIA
Length
47.3 in
Width
41.6 in
Height
46.3 in
Weight
1967 lb
Lube Oil System - Refill
9 gal (US)

Cat C32 ACERT engines are the ideal solution for your demanding operations in the oilfield. Decades of field operation and intense research and development allow Cat C32 ACERT engines to deliver excellent performance with low operating costs and emissions. Equipment powered by C32 ACERT engines include well stimulation pumping, pump skids, nitrogen units, acidizing units, blenders, and hydraulic power units. Cat engines are backed by the worldwide network of Cat dealers ready to support your operation with technical support, service, parts, and warranty. Cat C32 ACERT Industrial Diesel Engine. Ratings: 597-1119 bkW (800-1500 bhp) @ 1800-2100 rpm meet U.S. EPA Tier 2 equivalent and China Stage III emission standards. They are available using U.S. EPA Flexibility, and for other regulated and non-regulated areas.