The new electronic Cat® C1.7 Industrial Diesel Engines, with common rail fuel system, deliver impressive performance throughout a wide speed range with exceptional power density. Ultracompact package size and extensive options make them ideal for agriculture, aerial lifts, compressors, construction, general industrial, irrigation equipment, material handling, mobile earthmoving equipment, mobile light towers, turf and landscaping, underground mining equipment, and welders.
|Emissions||U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final, Japan 2014 (Tier 4 Final) U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final, Japan 2014 (Tier 4 Final)||More Less|
|Engine Configuration||In-Line 3, 4-Stroke-Cycle Diesel In-Line 3, 4-Stroke-Cycle Diesel||More Less|
|Bore||84 mm (3.3 in) 84 mm (3.3 in)||More Less|
|Stroke||100 mm (3.9 in) 100 mm (3.9 in)||More Less|
|Displacement||1.7L (103.7 in³) 1.7L (103.7 in³)||More Less|
|Aspiration||Turbocharged (T) Turbocharged (T)||More Less|
|Compression Ratio||18:1 18:1||More Less|
|Combustion System||Direct Injection Direct Injection||More Less|
|Rotation from Flywheel End||Counterclockwise Counterclockwise||More Less|
World-class manufacturing capability and processes coupled with proven core engine designs assure reliability, quiet operation, and many hours of productive life.
Substantial torque rise delivers impressive performance throughout a wide speed range while maintaining low operating costs.
Fuel consumption optimized to match operating cycles of a wide range of equipment and applications while maintaining low operating costs.
Industry leading range of factory configurable ratings and options for agricultural, material handling, construction, mining, aircraft ground support, and other industrial applications.
Ultra-compact package size ensures ease of installation as well as exceptional power density.
Regeneration Free. The Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC) technology provides customers with an aftertreatment solution that is as compact as possible. The aftertreatment is regeneration-free, providing a seamless operation throughout the work cycle. Mounting. Mounted on-engine, as standard. This will provide the simplest installation and the lowest total cost for the equipment manufacturer. An off-engine option will be offered for some equipment.