Caterpillar Continues to Invest in Cleaner Emissions for Higher Powered Engines With 3516E

Mon November 25, 2019 - National Edition
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The 3516E uses a dual-SCR-only aftertreatment to meet EU Stage V, U.S. EPA Tier IV Final, and California Air Regulations Board (CARB) requirements.
The 3516E uses a dual-SCR-only aftertreatment to meet EU Stage V, U.S. EPA Tier IV Final, and California Air Regulations Board (CARB) requirements.

Caterpillar's 3516E is the latest and largest of its dual-certified EU Stage V / U.S. EPA and CARB Tier IV Final engines, a rare accreditation among large, high- horsepower industrial engines.

The 3516E is a 78-liter V16 industrial engine with a single continuous rating that produces 2,100 hp (1,566 kW) at 1,650 rpm and 8275 lb-ft. torque (11,220 Nm) at 1,200 rpm and is capable of being operated at maximum power and speed without interruption or load cycling due to its robust design and selection of heavy-duty componentry.

The 3516E uses a dual-SCR-only aftertreatment to meet EU Stage V, U.S. EPA Tier IV Final, and California Air Regulations Board (CARB) requirements. While the SCR-only aftertreatment does require diesel exhaust fluid, owners will enjoy a lower total cost of ownership that's 1.3 percent less than its predecessor, the 3516C, due to advanced engine technology designed to improve overall fluid consumption.

"We designed the C3516E to meet the needs of customers who require high horsepower engines in North America and the EU. These customers work with some of the most demanding applications and need clean, continuous power to drive their business as emissions regulations become more stringent," said Jason Kern, marketing director of Caterpillar's industrial power systems division.

Based on the core 3516 series engine and backed by more than 725 million hours of infield service, the 3516E is designed to be reliable in a range of harsh conditions and rough job sites, making it the perfect engine for a wide array of demanding applications including shredders, chippers, grinders, and bore and drill rigs.

The 3516E is backed by the Cat dealer network, which has 168 dealers, more than 2,150 locations and 157,000 dealer employees.

"Cat dealers are truly dedicated to understanding the tough challenges and decisions our customers face each and every day," said Brian Tomsovic, global dealer operations manager. "With the C3516E, our dealers will be able to provide an engine solution that will fit the needs of many OEMs."

For more information, visit www.cat.com.