CAT Industrial Engine for Drilling Machine

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CAT Industrial Engine for Drilling Machine

  1. 1. “CAT, CATERPILLAR, their respective logos, “Caterpillar Yellow,’” the “Power Edge” trade dress as well as corporateand productidentity used herein, are trademarks of Caterpillar and may not be used without permission.” 1 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ CAT Industrial Engine for Drilling Machine Mr.Otgontugs U. Sales Engineer of Wagner Asia Equipment
  2. 2. 2 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems Agenda  CAT Industrial Engines  Fuel quality concerns  Benefits of electronic injection  What the C4.4, C4.4 ACERT / C7.1, C7.1 ACERT replaces
  3. 3. 3 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems Emissions Legislation is changing, but Tier 3/Stage IIIA Equivalent and Below Represents a Large Global Opportunity
  4. 4. 5 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems Cat® Industrial Engines Provide an Opportunity for using many different Applications Crane Combine harvester AgricultureConstruction Industrial What applications are you aware of? Crop sprayers Crop harvesters Sewage pumps Storm pumps Drain pumps Ski lifts Lift shafts Well head machines
  5. 5. 6 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems What is an Opportunity? Reasons for the Customer to Change Engine Recent focus  Emissions standards force change What else …  Technology change required  Next generation machine design or derivative of generation design  End user customer requirements change; power, performance, fuel consumption  Cost reduction challenge at OEM (lifetime engine value focus)  OEM finds new markets, exporting to new markets  Create a machine for an emissions territory rather than one for all How can we support you better?
  6. 6. 7 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems Meeting Aggressive Standards, Delivering More Value EU Stage 1 (1999) – EU Stage IV (2014) Engines rated 130 bkW to 560 bkW (175 bhp to 750 bhp)
  7. 7. 8 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems 4.4 and 7.1 Litre Engines for Tier 3 / Stage IIIA C4.4 mechanical Remains the same engine C4.4 ACERT electronic • 4 valve cylinder head • New robust common rail FIE • Improved 2 stage fuel filtration • Slight height and width increase C7.1 mechanical • Heavy duty fuel filtration • Size and weight consistent with C6.6 • Performance and SFC similar to C6.6 C7.1 ACERT electronic • 4 valve cylinder head • New robust common rail FIE • Improved 2 stage fuel filtration • Height and width increase
  8. 8. 9 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems New C4.4 ACERT Features NEW Common Rail Pump (Standard) NEW Fuel Rail (Standard) NEW Injectors NEW top cover assembly including Tier 4 interim / Stage IIIB oil separator NEW High Capacity Fuel Filters Mechanical waste gate turbo FEAD common across range Replaces smart waste gate for improved performance Auto tensioner and belt teeth for better drive through and improved belt life Capture oil mist better for improved external breathing Four times debris capability and flow capability to match new fuel pump Oil lubricated pump prevent problems with poor fuel quality from fuel lubricated pumps Provides common rail, half speed fuel pump without changing architecture More robust, provides improved fuel debris tolerance
  9. 9. 10 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems C4.4 ACERT Electronic Engine Benefits Minimised changes in SFC and heat rejection  Lowers impact of changeover on customer installation  Overall 3 percent to 5 percent improvement in SFC Heat balance optimised  Heat to ATAAC reduced  Heat to water jacket reduced Reliability  Improved reliability versus previous injection system  Fuel filters service interval 500 hours with low sulphur fuel  Improved reliability with engine core and fuel system B10 8,000 hours  Altitude capability 2,500 feet without derate Class leading robust fuel system  Tolerance to global fuels Minimum installation changes required  Based on the common mechanical engine platform  Options offered common for C4.4 mechanical and electronic, and Tier 4 Interim, Stage IIIB  Common ECM and Installation Class leading noise level, lower than Tier 0, Stage 0 or Tier 2, Stage II  No need for additional sound insulation across the range  Prevents changes required to the engine enclosure
  10. 10. 11 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems C7.1 mechanical timing drive and modifications for pump NEW common rail pump (Standard) Cat ECM (A4-E2 mod) NEW fuel rail (Standard) C6.6 ACERT based cylinder head C7.1 ACERT New Engine Core Architecture NEW injectors NEW top cover assembly incl. Tier 4 interim / Stage IIIB oil separator C6.6 ACERT™ valve gear C6.6 ACERT Air system C7.1 mechanical core + Speed sensor bosses/timing ring C6.6 ACERT FEAD + Tier 4 auxiliary mounts NEW high capacity fuel filters Uses previous technology to maintain costs Uses current technology to maintain costs New C4.4 ACERT technology with identical benefits
  11. 11. 12 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems C7.1 ACERT Electronic Engine Benefits Improved performance  Improved power ratings, now up to 205 kW  3 percent to 5 percent SFC improvement on C6.6 ACERT  Improved Heat Reduction  ATACC HR ~ 30 kW at 186 kW  Radiator HR ~88 kW at 186 kW Reliability  Improved reliability versus previous injection system  Fuel filters service interval 500 hours with low sulphur fuel  Improved reliability with engine core and fuel system B10 8,000 hours  Altitude capability 3,000 feet without derate Minimum installation changes required  Engine fixings and hook up same as rest of C4.4 ACERT  Based on the common mechanical engine platform  Consistent option offering Tier 3 Stage IIIA / Tier 4 Stage IIIB  Common ECM and installation Awareness  Slightly heavier and larger than C6.6 ACERT
  12. 12. 13 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems The NEW C4.4, C4.4 ACERT / C7.1, C7.1 ACERT for Tier 3 Stage IIIA Equivalent Emission Standards Displacement Type Fuel System Aspiration Power (kW) Torque (Nm) Rated Speed (rpm) C4.4 4.4 Litre Rotary Mechanical NA 56 265 1800 – 2200 T 55.5 – 74.5 392 1800 – 2200 TA 68 – 83 418 1800 – 2200 ACERT Electronic Common Rail T 68 – 74.5 468 1800 – 2200 TA 74.5 – 106 556 1800 – 2200 C7.1 7.0 Litre Rotary Mechanical TA 112 - 130 750 2200 ACERT Electronic Common Rail TA 116 - 205 1050 2200 - 2500 Electronic Electronic Electronic
  13. 13. 14 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems Agenda  CAT Industrial Engines  Fuel quality concerns  Benefits of electronic injection  What the C4.4, C4.4 ACERT / C7.1, C7.1 ACERT replaces
  14. 14. 15 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems Variation in Diesel Fuel Quality - Example Fuel surveys taken from Filling Stations Multiple stages of filtration are required Internal EGR is more suitable for the market. Common Rail fuel system are effected more than Mechanical fuel systems
  15. 15. 16 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems Fuel Quality at End User Site is Variable High Efficiency Filtration is required to Maximise performance  Fuel Storage is inconsistent!  Filtration is key to protection of engine  China Wuxi area: filter duration circa 340 hours
  16. 16. 17 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems C4.4 ACERT and C7.1 ACERT Features 2 Stage Fuel Filtration Secondary filtration as standard  Four times debris capability required  Remote filtration system option Achieved by double Tier 4 interim filter capacity  Increased efficiency and water separation  Proven filter technology  500 hours service interval with low sulphur fuel Localised Injectors and Fuel Rail Secondary filter with Tier 4 Interim / stage IIIB technology Oil Lubricated HP Pump Dual Primary Fuel Filter with electric or hand pump Use off the shelf technology  Common Rail fuel system >15 times more robust to debris  Oil lubricated HP Pump increases robustness to poor fuel lubricity  Bio-fuel compatible
  17. 17. 18 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems Benefit of Improved Engine is Good Altitude Performance Calibration of pump technology delivers  High Altitude starting, up to 4,600 m  Cold Start to -25°C  Performs up to 3,000 m without derate
  18. 18. 19 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems Agenda  CAT Industrial Engines  Fuel quality concerns  Benefits of electronic injection  What the C4.4, C4.4 ACERT / C7.1, C7.1 ACERT replaces
  19. 19. 20 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems Mechanical  Mechanical fly-weight governors  Mechanical or electronic speed governing  Rotary fuel pump  Traditional mechanical way to control fuel injection  Rotary pump , more accurate fuel injection than in-line pump and improves engine performance  Set in position for optimum performance  ECU (Electronic Control Unit) with electronic sensors and actuators or solenoids  High pressure common rail  Common rail fuel pump  Via accurate fuel injection to optimise combustion in order to improve engine performance and fuel consumption  Interface with vehicle systems and carries out self monitoring and diagnostics  Additional functions  Cold start and overheat engine protection  Remote engine shutdown e.g. crane rollover  Constant engine speed irrespective of load e.g. PTO Electronic Electronic Control – the Difference
  20. 20. 21 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems Benefits of Electronically Controlled Engines Meet emission standards  Provides ability to meet NOx and Particulate emissions standards at power levels when a mechanical product would not be compliant Matching engine to application  Enhanced performance through electronic control, load acceptance, SFC mapping, transient response  Engine for premium OEM products where engine to machine integration can provide value in terms of response, speed control, transmission control, etc  Speed/governing control can align to application; excavator, genset, compressor, tractor, loading Machine improvements  CAN network for control system and instrument cluster providing feedback to operator  De-rate strategy provides engine protection for oil and water temperature with operator feedback through warning interface.  Demand fans matched to machine operation saving on noise and fuel consumption  Improved altitude and cold start capability
  21. 21. 22 © 2014Caterpillar All Rights Reserved Caterpillar Confidential ‘Yellow’ Industrial Power Systems Mechanical ACERT / electronic 5 4 3 2 1 54321 Practical Approach to the Trade Off between Performance and Value for Engine Selection
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