Genuine Cat® parts restored by a rigorous remanufacturing process — meet Cat Reman products. Every one looks, performs, and lasts like our new parts, but is sold at a fraction of the cost. And all are backed by our standard one-year parts warranty.
Select from Reman parts, long blocks, short blocks, complete engines, and generator ends.
Products (cores) are returned to us from the field and are disassembled, losing their original identity. Each part then goes through a cleaning process and strict inspection to determine if it can be effectively salvaged. Those accepted are remanufactured using proprietary techniques and are updated to include the latest advancements.
Many can claim to have quality remanufactured products, but we’re ensuring every one we sell meets or exceeds Cat new parts standards. We measure, weigh, and meticulously inspect each one.
They’re good-as-new Cat products sold at a fraction of the new part cost. But how? Because we remanufacture the high-quality materials we require for our parts, we eliminate substantial costs — it’s savings we’re passing on to you.
Return your old product (core) to your Cat dealer, and they’ll give you core credit based on our core acceptance standards. Your core credit goes toward the purchase of your next Reman part. Remember to follow our tips to ensure you get your full core credit.
We only remanufacture genuine Cat parts in acceptable condition because we don’t want to sacrifice quality for cost savings — and we know, neither do you.
Our new parts come with a one-year warranty — and so do our Reman parts.
We’re reducing, reusing, recycling, and reclaiming materials that once went into a landfill. And we use significantly fewer resources remanufacturing a part than we would building a new one.
Our dealer network spans 1,600 locations across the globe, so there’s always one near you. They’re your source for Reman products and power system maintenance.
Visit your local dealer to order Reman parts or shop online at Parts.Cat.com.
Cat® Reman Engine Salvage Technologies are highlighted to show some of the different processes used to bring old parts back to their original specifications to ensure they provide the same quality, reliability, and durability as when they were new.