Repower

Replacing engines in old equipment will lower emission standards for PM (particulate matter), NOx, or both. Completing an Engine Repower will help achieve environmental and emissions goals. All Engine Repowers are completed in-house with efficient turnaround times to get you back up and running as soon as possible. Our Tier 4 Final Repower Process is the most advanced and comprehensive engine replacement procedure in the industry. We’re excited to bring these engines to life and see them running strong.

REPOWERING YOUR EQUIPMENT ALLOWS YOU TO KEEP YOUR EXISTING MACHINE WHILE MEETING TIER 4 FINAL STANDARDS.

EQUIPMENT WE REPOWER:

  • EXCAVATORS
  • WHEEL LOADERS
  • SCRAPERS
  • CRANES
  • FORKLIFTS
  • GRINDERS
  • COMPACTORS
  • WORKOVER RIGS
  • DRILLING RIGS
  • MUD PUMPS
  • POWER SWIVELS
  • FOAMERS
Repowered with (2) Volvo Penta 13 liter TAD1975 Tier 4 Final Engines & (1) Perkins 4.4 liter 1204F

Conserve Costs

Stop spending money on costly maintenance and avoid purchasing a new machine by replacing the engine. Older equipment may still have many years of life left and a Tier 4 Final Engine Repower is just the thing to power your next growth plan.

Do you have old equipment that would benefit from a Repower?

Contact us today or provide your information below.

Engine Repower completed on a mud pump in May 2022.
Power Swivel Repower with Tier 4 Final Perkins 1204F-174 HP

We have years of experience and the ability to handle your engine repower.

Central California Power’s engine repower specialists have the experience to make engine replacement recommendations based on equipment and anticipated usage.

We’re available for mechanical and electrical troubleshooting to help you make the best decision regarding the equipment that keeps your business running.

We understand that there are several machines that keep your business running. Regardless of the nature of your business, it’s never too late to initiate a repower to adapt to emissions guidelines set by the state of California. Upgrading old equipment means cleaner air for everyone.

Repowering an older engine with a newer engine system adds value to your equipment by:

  • Increasing Engine Efficiency
  • Emissions Compliance
  • Achieves lower emission levels
  • Reduces fuel cost
  • Saves money on maintenance

Air quality regulations mandate substantial reductions in diesel emissions every year as part of state regulations. Central California Power can help you meet Tier 4 Final requirements. We carry a line of cost-effective retrofitting and re-powering options with advanced, high-efficiency diesel engines.

Keeping up with Air Board regulations is complex and many businesses qualify for subsidies that can reduce the cost to re-power their fleet by up to 85%. Our full-time Emissions Solutions Team will process the necessary paperwork to ensure you receive the maximum financial assistance for engine repower with custom fabrication for emissions compliance aid.

We sell, build, and service engines, generators, and transmissions, it’s our job to know how to keep you in compliance. Talk with us about your current situation and we’ll help you create a plan to be in compliance with the deadlines.

Retrofit Diesel Engine Applications

We work with California Air Pollution Districts to assist our customers and help them obtain financial assistance for Diesel retrofits and repowers now required in California. Central California Power will help bring your on road, off road, fixed Generators and/or Marine engines into compliance.

Malcolm Drilling

Engine Function: Drill Unit

Old Engine: 1971 Detroit 8V71 @ 350hp

New Engine Re-power: 2007 CAT C9 @ 375hp

Tier Requirement Category: Engines greater than/equal to 300hp but less than 600hp. Tier III 2006-2010 (Tier iV Interim 2011-2013).

Annual Savings in NOz + ROG +PM: 8.72 tons.

Re-power Completion: 2 weeks

Mitch Brown Construction

Engine Function: Scrape

Old Engine: 1970 Detroit 6-71 @ 198hp

New Engine Re-power: 2007 Perkins 1106D @ 203hp

Tier Requirement Category: Engines greater than/equal to 175hp but less than 300hp. Tier III 2006-2010 (Tier IV Interim 2011-2014).

Annual Savings in NOz + ROG +PM: 7.46 tons.

Re-power Completion: 3 weeks



OPC Farms

Engine Function: Booster Pump

Old Engine: 1976 CAT 3304 @ 125hp

New Engine Re-power: 2007 Perkins 1106D @ 203hp

Tier Requirement Category: Engines greater than/equal to 175hp but less than 300hp. Tier III 2006-2010 (Tier IV Interim 2011-2014).

Annual Savings in NOx: 4.33 tons (0.15 tons PM)

Re-power Completion: 2 days

OPC Farms

Engine Function: Booster Pump

Old Engine: 1979 Duetz F5L912 @ 87hp

New Engine: 2007 Perkins 1106D @ 203hp

Tier Requirement Category: Engines greater than/equal to 175hp but less than 300hp. Tier III 2006-2010 (Tier IV Interim 2011-2014).

Annual Savings in NOx: 2.57 (0.12 tons PM)

Re-power Completion: 2 days



OPC Farms

Engine Function: Booster Pump

Old Engine: 1992 John Deere 6359 @ 163hp

New Engine: 2006 Perkins 1106D @ 163hp

Tier Requirement Category: Engines greater than/equal to 175hp but less than 300 hp. Tier III 2006-2010 (Tier IV Interim 2011-2014).

Annual Savings in NOx: 3.97 tons (0.16 tons PM)

Re-power Completion: 2 days