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Auxiliary Engines

Commercial Marine Auxiliary Engines for Sale in AL & FL | Thompson Cat®

 

Thompson Marine offers Cat power solutions for all of your commercial ship maintenance and parts needs. Find the right auxiliary engine for your vessel today!

 

We sell an extensive variety of Cat marine engines that are customizable to most existing power systems in small to mid-size vessels. We serve Florida and Alabama with top-notch customer service. Browse our selection of marine auxiliary engines and find the right model for you.

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C7.1 Marine Auxiliary Engine (U.S. EPA Tier 3 / IMO II)

Length

43.1 in

Power Range

208 bkW (280 bhp) @ 2300 rpm

Height

35.1 in

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C9.3 Marine Generator Set / Auxiliary Engine

Minimum Rating

292 BHP

Maximum Rating

436 BHP

Aspiration

TA

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Cat C18 Auxiliary/Generator Set Engine (IMO II)

Minimum Rating

404 BHP

Maximum Rating

660 BHP

Aspiration

TA, TTA

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Cat C18 Auxiliary/Generator Set Engine (EPA Tier 3)

Minimum Rating

624 BHP

Maximum Rating

803 BHP

Aspiration

TA, TTA

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Cat C32 Auxiliary/Generator Set Engine (IMO II)

Minimum Rating

791 BHP

Maximum Rating

1333 BHP

Aspiration

TTA

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Cat C32 Auxiliary/Generator Set Engine (EPA Tier 3)

Minimum Rating

1047 BHP

Maximum Rating

1333 BHP

Aspiration

TTA

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Cat C32 Auxiliary / Diesel Electric Propulsion (US EPA Tier 3 / IMO II)

Minimum Rating

314 BHP

Maximum Rating

1333 BHP

Aspiration

Turbocharged-aftercooled aspiration

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Cat C32 Auxiliary / Diesel Electric Propulsion Engine (IMO III)

Minimum Rating

1047 BHP

Maximum Rating

1332 BHP

Aspiration

Turbocharged-aftercooled

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Cat C32 Auxiliary / Diesel Electric Propulsion Engine (US EPA Tier 4 / IMO III)

Minimum Rating

400 BHP

Maximum Rating

1333 BHP

Aspiration

Turbocharged-aftercooled

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3512E Marine Auxiliary/DEP Engine (U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final)

Aspiration

TA

Power Range

732-2399 bhp (546-1789 bkW)

Emissions

U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final, IMO III

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3516E Marine Auxiliary Engine (U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final)

Aspiration

TA

Power Range

787-3175 bhp (587-2368 bkW)

Emissions

U.S. EPA Tier 4 Final, IMO III

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Cat C280 Marine Auxiliary Engines

Minimum Rating

2320 BHP

Maximum Rating

7268 BHP

Aspiration

TA

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Reliable Commercial Auxiliary Engines at Thompson Marine

 

Thompson Marine has an extensive selection of commercial-grade Cat auxiliary engines for sale. Whether you need to buy an auxiliary engine for your tug boat, yacht, ferry, or fishing boat, you can find reliable and affordable solutions at Thompson Marine.

 

Our selection of marine auxiliary engines includes options for a wide range of vessels. If you aren't sure which engine is best for your boat, we have experts on hand to provide in-depth information and help you make the right decision.

 

How Do Marine Auxiliary Engines Work?

 

Auxiliary engines are critical components of a marine vessel's power system. Unlike main engines, auxiliary engines provide generator power to a vessel and keep all of the onboard electrical applications running. The marine auxiliary engines at Thompson Marine are highly customizable to individual vessels and their existing systems.

 

How Do I Know if I Need to Replace My Marine Auxiliary Engine?

 

Many signs can indicate that you may need one or more new auxiliary engines for your boat, including:

 

  • You notice there is a power imbalance on the vessel.
  • The generator is struggling or failing to take the rated load.
  • The generator is over-speeding.
  • You find unusual particles in the filters.
  • You hear unusual sounds coming from the auxiliary engine.
  • The lube oil has been degraded.
  • You notice unusual crankshaft deflection readings.
  • You sense that the generator is overheating or running more than usual.

 

Any abnormality can justify a thorough examination. You never want to be miles from shore in the event of auxiliary engine failure. Remember that frequent engine maintenance can help increase your engines' longevity.

 

If you need to replace your auxiliary engine, our trusted team of professionals at Thompson Marine is here to help. We have an extensive selection of top-quality Cat marine auxiliary engines that you can customize according to your vessel's needs.

 

Order Commercial Auxiliary Engines From Thompson Marine Today

 

We serve business owners and fleet managers on the Gulf Coast with the best of Cat marine engines and reliable, trustworthy service. If you're in the Florida or Alabama coastal areas and need a high-quality marine engine, place your order at Thompson Marine today. Have a few questions? Give us a call at 800-547-0760.