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Shop Pics 1st Week of April 2018

Friday, April 6, 2018

In addition to working extremely hard we really are one big family. Our guys in the shop really make this place home. Thanks for another great week guys! ... read more »

When to Replace a Piece of Equipment

Friday, March 9, 2018

For fleet managers one of the toughest parts of the job is when to rebuild or "put out to pasture" an aging piece of equipment. More often than not those decision are based upon instinct and not grounded by hard analytics. This article will shed some light on the five options feet managers can make when evaluating older pieces of equipment. Purchasing a fleet of work trucks or excavators is only half of the battle. More often than not, the heavy equipment needed to do the job, is the biggest capital expense of an industrial service company. Agriculture, Transportation, Construction, Road Maintenance, Mining, Oil and Gas and Marine industries all rely on their fleets to produce sustainable revenue. The life span of each piece of equipment should be factored into not only the initial cost but variable costs of running the equipment. When a fleet manager is evaluating what to do with an aging piece of equipment they need to adequately understand their options, factor in initial and future costs, analyze the resale and depreciation of the equipment and how to improve efficiency when they can. It is not a decision to be made lightly. ... read more »

Case New Holland Test Autonomous Tractor

Friday, February 16, 2018

Case New Holland is throwing its hat in the autonomous tractor ring joining the ranks alongside rival John Deere. The company has a long history of adding technology to its popular agriculture products to both increase efficiency and reduce the manual work load of the operator. New Holland, along with International Harvester, were incorporated into the Case Global Brand (CNH) back in the late 1990s and have utilized various upgrades from the Case library of research ever since. ... read more »

Shop Pictures Week of 1-26-18

Friday, January 26, 2018

We've been off to a busy start here at Capital Reman in 2018. Here are a few shop pictures of engines going out the door. ... read more »

Advantages of Longblocks over Complete Engines

Friday, December 1, 2017

Short Blocks are a non-running engine. They consist of an engine block, crankshaft and connecting rods. A short block however does not consist of a cylinder head, liners, gaskets, rings a timed gear-train or any kind of ancillary parts including the fuel system. Advantages: Short blocks are great for customers who have a non-cracked cylinder head but an un-useable crankshaft. Usually when a crankshaft spins a bearing the entire engine seizes up also ruining the head. Customers with a workable head can save a great deal of time and money just opting for a new block/crankshaft combo. ... read more »

Brand New Diesel Engines in Stock

Friday, November 10, 2017

Take a look at some of our new stock diesel engines for sale including Mack Aset, Cummins ISX, CAT 13 KCB and Detroit Series 60 models. ... read more »

Diesel Engine Machine Shop Pics - 7/10 - 7/14

Friday, July 14, 2017

Each week here at Capital Reman is different in its own way. This week we shipped out 5 engines and had an awesome week production-wise. Everyone is working well as a team and it is really showing in the quality we are putting out the door. Our old pal Dennis Gordon did great in his new role as Director of Operations. Here are a few pictures of the guys in action. Thanks again to all of our loyal customers and vendors. ... read more »

CAT C7 Specs and Engine History

Friday, March 10, 2017

At the turn of the century there was a lot of buzz around a new diesel engine being produced at Caterpillar, one that could meet the growing emissions requirements enacted by the EPA. The Caterpillar C7 Engine was supposed to be the “golden child” in Caterpillar diesel engine lineup; one that combined raw horsepower with computer controlled clean emissions. However, sometimes things don’t go according to plan. The engine was produced from 2003 to 2009 and was installed primarily in over the road medium duty class 8 trucks. All of the big players in the trucking industry hopped on board hoping the CAT C7 was going to live up to the hype. Paccar Freightliner, Ford and GMC all purchased the engine in droves ... read more »

7 Reasons For Low Oil Pressure in a Diesel Engine

Friday, February 3, 2017

When low oil pressure is detected the immediate response is to think the worst. However, most issues can be resolved with simple solutions. This article explains 7 of the most common causes for low oil pressure in a Caterpillar C7 but the principals can apply to the majority of diesel engines. ... read more »

Diesel Cylinder Head Transport Tools

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Moving around 500-1000 lbs diesel cylinder heads around the machine shop is an arduous and oftentimes dangerous task. Safety is our number one priority here at Capital Reman and we have taken some unique precautions to moving cylinder heads from workstation to workstation. For larger cylinder heads we use an overhead crane or forklift. For small movements or lifts we have created some proprietary tools to get the job done. ... read more »

Industry Spotlight: Diesel Engine Remanufacturing In America

Friday, December 13, 1901

Manufacturing or rather Re-Manufacturing is alive and well in the heartland of America. Two companies are doing great things in the diesel engine remanufacturing industry: Capital Reman Exchange and CNH Industrial. Diesel engine remanufacturing in its truest form is the process of recovering used engine components and machining them to better than new form as per original engine manufacturer guidelines. Sometimes remanufactured parts surpass brand new components due to engineering upgrades, reduced prices and a more competitive warranty. Remanufacturing simply does not repair or rebuild a used component from a point of failure but rather build up a core part to "better than new" standards. All parts are then tested to make sure they meet or exceed OEM specifications so that the product is top notch for the customer upon delivery. ... read more »