Cat announces Tier 4 protection plan
| March 20, 2012 |
Caterpillar anounced today a no-cost, three-year/5,000-hour powertrain protection plan for nearly 40 machine models equipped with Cat Tier 4 emissions-control systems. Cat says the new Equipment Protection Plan (EPP) allows Cat machine owners to reduce risk, control costs and, ultimately, to ensure long-term value for their equipment.
The EPP covers parts and labor for powertrain-component failures caused by defects in materials or workmanship. The plan includes a broad range of components:
• Basic engine; transmission; torque converter/divider; drive line; differentials; drive axles; final drives
• Hydraulic drive pumps and motors used in hydraulic excavators and in machines with hydrostatic drive or differential steering
• Brake components providing steering for track-type tractors and track-type loaders
• Service-brake components internal to covered powertrain components.
Models eligible for the new plan are protected by the company’s standard 12-month warranty from the delivery date, and the automatic EPP coverage also begins at that time and continues for 36 months or 5,000 hours. Customers can upgrade EPP coverage to include hydraulics or can upgrade to Caterpillar Premier Coverage by paying the difference for the added protection.
Coverage extends to all applicable machines sold and operated in the United States and Canada, and is transferable to subsequent owners, subject to provisions available from Cat dealers. Although Caterpillar has chosen select models for EPP coverage beginning January 2012, the company reserves the right to add models to the program during 2012. Details are available at http://www.cat.com/tier4epp
EPP Covered Models
Hydraulic Excavators: 312E, 316E, 320E, 320E RR, 323E, 324E, 329E, 336E, 349E
Articulated Trucks: 735B, 740B
Wheel Loaders: 950K, 962K, 966K, 972K, 980K, 992K
Track-Type Tractors: D6T, D6K2, D6N, D7E, D8T, D11T
Motor Graders: 120M2, 120M2 AWD, 140M2, 140M2 AWD, 160M2, 160M2 AWD
Forest Machines: 568
Wheel Tractor Scrapers: 621H, 623H, 627H
Asphalt Pavers: AP1000E, AP1055E
Off-Highway Trucks: 773G, 775G
Wheel Dozers: 845K
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