The Essential Guide To Starting Caterpillar Engines

June 6th, 2019
Straight-forward listings show which starters fit which engines.

Straight-forward listings show which starters fit which engines.

IPU have released an invaluable pocket guide that advises Caterpillar customers how to choose the best starting system for their engine. If your application has a Caterpillar engine installed and your business depends on reliable power, this is the handbook for you.

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The Essential Guide to Starting Cat Engines shows our continued dedication to protecting businesses in numerous industries including marine, oil & gas and power generation. It includes the following:

  • An easy reference guide for packagers and distributors of Caterpillar engines to select the best possible starter for their engine. It matches each Caterpillar engine type with the appropriate model from IPU’s range of non-electric engine starters.
  • An overview of IPU’s ultra-reliable air, hydraulic and spring starting systems.
  • Extracts from the NFPA 20 Edition 2019, the regulations that govern the use of air and hydraulic starting systems in fire protection roles.

The guide summarises how air, hydraulic and spring starting systems work.

The guide summarises how air, hydraulic and spring starting systems work.

IPU Group are industry leaders for the supply of non-electric starting systems for diesel engines in generators, fire pumps and other equipment. For over 30 years we have guaranteed reliable engine starting in applications where power is absolutely critical. Our product range spans basic starting systems for simple engines to ultra-safe ATEX and class-approved systems for use on ships, offshore platforms and underground mines.