Staff | September 28, 2010
Caterpillar’s 992K replaces the current model 992G, and the 993K generates greater penetration, rimpull and breakout forces to deliver what Cat says is a 10-percent improvement in productivity compared to the 992G. The 993K matches both the Cat 777 and 785 off-highway trucks (100 tons and 166 tons capacity, respectively). Both models are powered by Cat’s new C32 ACERT engine to comply with the EU Stage IIa emissions regulations. The 992K is designed for effective five-pass loading of the 777 truck. Both trucks will be available in the first quarter of 2008.