News: Caterpillar Introduces Cat Reman Generator Ends
Caterpillar Inc. has announced the introduction of a family of remanufactured generator ends for standby, prime and continuous power applications using C32 and 3500 series Caterpillar engines.
Tuesday, 12th May 2009
The first wave of remanufactured generator ends are available world-wide in 60Hz and 50Hz packages with ratings up to 2.5MW. The remanufactured generator ends come with a factory warranty and same-as-new quality. All critical engineering updates get incorporated in a controlled manufacturing environment. This allows customers to reduce overall operating costs by taking advantage of the multiple lifecycles built into every Caterpillar product. In addition, Cat Reman generator ends are priced lower than the price of new. The C32 and 3500 series engines have been used for applications ranging from distributed generation to prime power for remote communities, industrial processing plants and rock crushing applications. The advantage of investing in a remanufactured generator end will allow for the most diversity in product coverage while at the same time offering reliable power at the right time and the right place. Caterpillar is the world's largest manufacturer of high-speed diesel generator sets and engines, offering the largest range of specifications available.
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