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Caterpillar announces three new Tier 4 Interim/Stage IIIB engines

Agriculture.com Staff 10/07/2009 @ 8:00am

Caterpillar, Inc. has introduced the new Cat C3.4B, C4.4 ACERT, and C6.6 ACERT, the three latest additions to the Cat Tier 4 Interim.Stage IIIB technology industrial engine line up.

New models cover the horsepower band from 60 to 174 hp and provide more engine options for Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) of ag, construction, material handling and general industrial equipment.

For more information, visit www.cat.com/industrial-oem.com

Caterpillar, Inc. has introduced the new Cat C3.4B, C4.4 ACERT, and C6.6 ACERT, the three latest additions to the Cat Tier 4 Interim.Stage IIIB technology industrial engine line up.

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