CAT 328 D
C7 with ACERT Technology
ACERT Technology works at the point of combustion to optimize engine performance and provide low exhaust emissions while meeting U.S. EPA Tier 3 EPA/ARB Flexibility requirements.
The hydraulic system has been designed to provide reliability and outstanding controllability.
A ROPS cab provides maximum space, wider visibility and easy access to switches. The monitor is a full-color display that allows the operator to understand the machine information easily.
Caterpillar offers a wide variety of factory installed attachments that enhance performance and job site management.
Cat C7 ACERT
The Cat C7 with ACERT Technology introduces a series of evolutionary, incremental improvements that provide breakthrough engine technology. The building blocks of ACERT Technology are fuel delivery, air management, and electronic control. ACERT Technology optimizes engine performance while meeting U.S. EPA Tier 3 EPA/ ARB Flexibility requirements and EPA/ARB Tier 4 Interim AB&T requirements for emission regulation.
The 328D LCR, equipped with the C7 engine with ACERT Technology provides 8 percent more horsepower as compared to the 3126B ATAAC HEUI in the 325C LCR.
Automatic Engine Speed Control
The two-stage, one-touch control maximizes fuel efficiency and reduces sound levels.
ADEM™ A4 Engine Controller
The ADEM A4 electronic control module manages fuel delivery to get the best performance per liter (gallon) of fuel used. The engine management system provides flexible fuel mapping, allowing the engine to respond quickly to varying application needs. It tracks engine and machine conditions while keeping the engine operating at peak efficiency.
Electronic Control Module
The Electronic Control Module (ECM) works as the “brain” of the engine’s control system, responding quickly to operating variables to maximize engine efficiency. Fully integrated with sensors in the engine’s fuel, air, coolant, and exhaust systems, the ECM stores and relays information on conditions such as rpm, fuel consumption, and diagnostic information.
The Cat C7 features electronic controls that govern the fuel injection system. Multiple injection fuel delivery involves a high degree of precision. Precisely shaping the combustion cycle lowers combustion chamber temperatures, generating fewer emissions and optimizing fuel combustion. This translates into more work output for your fuel cost.