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Reuse And Salvage Guidelines


Procedure and Specifications to Clean and Measure Pistons
Media Number -SEBF8059-12 Publication Date -26/02/2004 Date Updated -26/02/2004

SEBF80590001

Procedure and Specifications to Clean and Measure Pistons


SMCS - 1214

CATERPILLAR®

GUIDELINE FOR
REUSABLE PARTS
AND SALVAGE OPERATIONS
Procedure and Specifications to Clean
and Measure Pistons

Summary of Revisions
Page Description
All Updated guideline to show information
for all engine families

Contents

Introduction 2
Summary 2
References 2
Nomenclature 3
One-Piece Pistons 3
Graphite Coating 3
Anodized Layers 3
Oil Passages 4
Steel Crown/Aluminum Skirt 4
Single-Piece Forged Steel Pistons 4

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Two-Piece Pistons 5
Procedure To Clean 5
Solvent 5
Glass Beads 5
One Piece Pistons 6
Graphite Coated Piston Skirt 6
Piston Crown with Anodized Layer 9
Steel Crown/Aluminum Skirt Configuration Pistons 10
Protect Oil Passages 10
Protect Graphite Coating 11
Cleaning Aluminum Skirt 11
Cleaning the Steal Crown 11
Two Piece Pistons 11
Procedure To Measure and Inspect 12
Inspect Ring Grooves 12
Inspect Piston Pin Bore and Pin 13
Inspect Crown Bushings for Two-Piece Pistons 13
and One-Piece Steel Pistons
Inspect Iron Band 14
Checking Ring Gap 16

Introduction

This guideline enables dealers and their customers to benefit from cost reductions made possible through an established
parts reusability and salvage program. Every effort has been made to provide the most current and relevant information
known to Caterpillar Inc. Since the Company makes ongoing changes and improvements to its products, this guideline
must be used with the latest technical information available from Caterpillar to ensure such changes and improvements
are incorporated where applicable.

For questions or additional information concerning this guideline, contact Caterpillar Service Support Division, Dealer
Service Operations (309) 494-1934.

Summary

The information given in this guideline can be used to measure a used piston to see if it can be used again. If a piston
meets these guidelines and other applicable guidelines, it can be expected to give normal performance until the next
overhaul, when used again in the same application.

When replacement parts are required for this


product caterpillar recommends using Caterpillar
replacement parts or parts with equivalent
specifications including but not limited to physical
dimensions, type, strength, and materials.

Failure to heed this warning can lead to premature


failure, product damage, personal injury, or death.

References

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References
Media Number Title
Guidelines for Reusable Parts and Salvage
Operations
SEBF8049 Piston Visual Inspection
SEBF8051 Piston Pin
SEES5678 Insert 1U-6431 Piston Ring Groove
Reuse
Special Instructions
SEHS8696 Piston Cleaning Procedure
Service Manuals; Specification Modules
SENR4620 3500 Vehicular Engines
SENR5189 3508 EUI Engine
SENR5538 3508 and 3516 EUI Engines
SENR5588 3508 EUI Engine
SNER5595 3512 and 3516 EUI Engines
SEPD0360 Structural Improvements to Piston
Permits Removal of Piston Coating

Nomenclature

One-Piece Pistons

Illustration 1

One-piece piston features.

(1) Crown
(2) Crater
(3) Ring Band
(4) Ring Grooves
(5) Ring Lands
(6) Skirt
(7) Pin Bore
(8) Snap Ring Groove
(9) Top Land
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(10) Cooling Jet Relief


(11) Piston Side Relief
(12) FRONT

Graphite Coatings

Many of the new one-piece pistons have two important characteristics: a graphite coating on the skirt and an oil
passage inside the crown. Refer to Illustration 2. Some pistons manufactured after 1996 do not have a graphite
coating.

Illustration 2

One-piece piston with graphite coated skirt.

(7) Piston pin bore


(13) Graphite coating
(14) Oil cooling passage along circumference
(15) Vertical oil passage

The graphite coating on the skirt helps to prevent cold start scuffing and seizure. If the piston has a graphite coating it
is normally about 0.020 mm (0.0008 inch) thick, dull (not shiny) and dark gray in color.

The graphite coating will eventually wear off the piston surface where the piston contacts the liner. This wear is
normal and will not create problems. It is important not to remove more of the graphite coating during the cleaning
operation. The coating can be worn on any portion of the piston, but the piston skirt must be smooth and free of any
deep scratches and material build-up.

Anodized Layers

The top of some one-piece pistons have a hard anodized layer. This layer protects the aluminum piston top from the
heat of combustion in high output engines. If removed, the layer cannot be replaced. Pistons manufactured after 1996
do not have the anodized layer.

The crowns on two-piece pistons do not have the anodized layer.

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Oil Passages

The oil passage, which is used for cooling, runs along the circumference of the crown. For the location of the oil
passage, look for the holes in the bottom of the piston and lube slot for the piston pin in each piston pin bore.

Steel Crown/Aluminum Skirt

The pistons with steel crowns bolted to aluminum skirts are considered one-piece pistons because they are not to be
taken apart.

Illustration 3

Section view of piston identifying crown, skirt and all oil passages.

(1) Crown
(13) Graphite coating
(14) Crown oil cooling passage
(16) Cooling jet supply passage
(17) Piston pin lube spot
(18) Crown and skirt joint
(19) Center oil return passage
(20) Bottom oil ring lube passage

NOTICE

Never disassemble the crown from the skirt. The


pistons are assembled at the factory using special
procedures and the crowns are matched with the
skirts. This procedure cannot be duplicated in the
field. Special procedures and tooling are required
to tighten the bolts holding the crown to the skirt.
Do not attempt to check or retighten the bolts.

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Single-Piece Forged Steel Pistons

Illustration 4

Single Piece Forged Steel Piston

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Two-Piece Pistons

Illustration 5

Two-piece piston crown and skirt features.

(1) Crown
(2) Crater
(4) Ring Grooves
(5) Ring Lands
(6) Skirt
(7) Piston pin bore
(9) Topland
(11) Piston side relief

Procedure to Clean

Solvent

The recommended method for cleaning any Caterpillar engine piston is by using high quality, biodegradable solvents.
Use a solvent that is capable of removing all carbon deposits while having no effect on the aluminum in the pistons.

Glass Beads

Use this method only when the preferred solvent method is ineffective. Certain precautions must be taken when
cleaning with glass beads. (Glass beads tend to alter piston dimensions and can hide cracks during visual inspection.)

Never use glass beads larger than 230 microns (0.009 inch) to clean any part of the piston. Size 10 glass beads, 88 to
149 microns (0.0035 to 0.0095 inch), used with 550 to 620 kPa (80 to 90 psi) air pressure, will give the desired results.
Size 9 glass beads, 125 to 177 microns (0.0049 to 0.0070 inch) through size 11 beads, 75 to 125 microns (0.0029 to
0.0049 inch) are also acceptable. Change the glass beads and check the nozzle regularly for best results.
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NOTICE

1. Do not use aluminum oxide or any other


abrasive, instead of (or mixed with) glass beads.
2. Do not use a wire brush or a wire wheel. 3.
Do not use steel shot.
4. The glass bead method can push a small amount
of material from the ring band into the ring
groove. This material can be felt with a
fingernail. If not removed, the ring will not move
freely in the groove. Remove this material
carefully with a three-corner or flat file. Do not
put a chamfer on either side of the ring groove.
5. Glass beads that are larger than the
recommended size or driven under excessive air
pressure can smear material over cracks. This
makes cracks difficult to see when making a
visual inspection.

Wear eye and ear protection whenever using high


pressure cleaning equipment. Use all cleaning
solutions and solvents with care. Always use
cleaning solvents in a well ventilated area. Failure
to follow the precautions provided by the
manufacturer of cleaning equipment and solvents
can cause bodily injury.

NOTICE

It is important to check all oil passages after the


piston is cleaned, making sure they are free of
debris or glass beads. Any foreign material left in
the oil passages will be washed out later into the
engine lubrication system and damage engine
components.

One-Piece Pistons

The crowns may be cleaned with glass beads. However, several areas of the piston must be protected from the glass
beads. Refer to Illustrations 3.

Note: After the piston is cleaned, it is important to check the oil passages. Make sure all passages and other areas are
free of debris or glass beads. Any foreign material allowed to remain on the piston can be washed into the lubrication
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system, and damage other engine components.

Use an O-ring to protect the oil ring groove.

Illustration 6

Areas needing protection from glass beads on one-piece pistons.

(7) Piston pin bores


(21) Sharp edge of crater
(22) Outer edge of piston crown
(23) Oil ring groove
(24) Oil passages.

Graphite Coated Piston Skirt

Clean the graphite coating on the piston skirt with a solution of liquid detergent and water. Specifically, use a solution
of liquid detergent (with little or no chlorine content) and water. A good detergent is Chemtool CitraSoap, which is
174-6884 Cleaner. Mix eight liquid ounces with every two gallons of water (240 mL per 3.8 liters).

Put the piston into this solution long enough to loosen carbon and oil deposits. Remove the piston as soon as it looks
clean. To clean the skirt faster, heat the detergent and water solution to a temperature of about 55ºC (130ºF).

Note: If the graphite coating is removed during the cleaning process, the piston is reusable if it meets all other
acceptability criteria.

Never use glass beads to clean the skirt (Illustration 7) or the oil ring groove. To clean the oil ring groove, cut a small
brush (like a tooth brush) to fit and use the same mixture of soap and water as for the skirt.

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Illustration 7

Damage of the skirt below the oil ring groove caused by glass beads.

Put a protective cover over the skirt (protection for the graphite coating) and the oil ring groove (protection for the top
edge of the graphite coating). Illustrations 8, 9, 10, and 11 show the areas that need protection from glass beads.
(Glass beads must not get into the oil passages.)

Illustration 8
Oil holes, indicated by arrows, must be protected from damage by glass beads.

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Illustration 9

Oil holes in single-piece forged steel pistons, indicated by the arrow, must be protected from damage by glass beads.

Do not use again

if either cover plate of cooling gallery is found loose by pushing on them with your fingers.

Illustration 10

Areas needing protection from glass beads.

(7) Piston pin bore surface


(13) Graphite coating
(17) Lube slot in piston pin bore

7
13

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Illustration 11

Areas on the single-piece forged steel piston needing protection from glass beads.
(7) Piston pin bore surface
(13) Graphite coating

Use an O-ring as protection for the oil ring groove and the top of the graphite coating. Refer to Illustration 12.

Illustration 12
O-ring in position.

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Illustration 13

Fabricated cleaning fixture.

(25) O-ring
(26) Old liner
(27) Cover plate

For maximum protection, fabricate a cleaning fixture (Illustration 13). In addition to the
O-ring, the two other items that make up the cleaning fixture are an old liner and a cover plate that can be welded to the
liner. Illustration 14 shows an alternate fixture that makes cleaning pistons faster and easier.

Illustration 14

Alternate cleaning fixture. Fixture has angled design with rotating capability making cleaning pistons faster and easier.

(25) O-ring for oil ring land protection


(26) Cylinder liner
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(27) Base plate


(28) Air compressor bearing
(29) Tubing
(30) Bottom plate for liner

Illustration 15
After cleaning the piston with glass beads, remove any debris from the oil passages with air pressure.

After cleaning the piston with glass beads, use air pressure to remove any debris (or foreign material) that got into the
oil passages during the procedure to clean. Refer to Illustration 15. Also, wash the piston thoroughly again in the
detergent and water. Apply a rust preventative to the iron ring band to prevent rusting.

Piston Crown with Anodized Layer

Some one-piece pistons have a hard, anodized layer on top of the pistons. This layer protects the aluminum piston top
from the heat of combustion. Under normal operation, this layer will last the life of the piston. If the layer is removed,
it cannot be replaced. On one-piece pistons, glass bead cleaning cannot be used to clean the top of the piston or the
skirt. Cover the top of the piston when using glass beads to clean the ring grooves. Refer to Illustration 16.

Illustration 16
Protect skirt and top of piston from glass beads.

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Due to structural improvements to the oil galley and the piston crown, the anodized layer is no longer necessary. Field
and laboratory data have also demonstrated that there is no need for the phosphate-graphite coating.

The new piston without the anodized layer and phosphate-graphite coating can be interchanged with the earlier made
piston that contains these two features. There is no noticeable difference between the coated and uncoated pistons
other than a difference in color. See Illustration 17 and 18. The color difference has no effect on the usability of the
pistons.

Non-Anodized Pistons can be cleaned without the cap that is required for the Anodized Piston. When cleaning Non-
Anodized Pistons, follow all cleaning guidelines for pistons as described in this Guideline. Anodized Pistons still must
follow the preceding guidelines to protect the anodized layer and phosphate-graphite coating during cleaning.

Illustration 17
Old anodized piston with phosphate-graphite coatings.

Illustration 18
New non-anodized piston without phosphate-graphite coating.

To clean the tops of pistons with an anodized layer, use a hot soap and water solution in the same way as cleaning the
skirts. The same solution of Chemtool CitraSoap and water used to clean the skirts may be used to clean the piston
crown.

While cleaning the top two ring grooves and the top land area with glass beads, use a plastic cap to protect the anodized
layer. The cap needed depends on the diameter of the piston and the depth required for the cap to cover all that needs
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protected.

Obtain the address of a local supplier for CAPLUGS by contacting:

Caplugs Division
Protective Closures Co., Inc.
2150 Elmwood Ave.
Buffalo, New York 14207 (USA)
Telephone (716) 876-9855
Telex: 757133

Steel Crown/Aluminum Skirt Configuration Pistons

The piston has four ring grooves located at the top of the assembly. The top two ring grooves are machined in the steel
crown. The bottom two ring grooves are machined in the aluminum skirt. Be sure to use different methods and
procedures to clean each material (steel and aluminum). Clean the steel crown with a chemical solution to remove
carbon build-up. Clean the aluminum skirt with a solution of liquid detergent and water to prevent damage to the
graphite coating.

Protect Oil Passages

Tape or plug the oil passages, used for feeding the crown area and the bottom oil ring, when using glass beads. The
location of the oil passages are:

• The hole on the bottom of the piston skirt that feeds the piston pin,

• The four cross-drilled holes from the bottom ring groove to the inside diameter of the piston,

• The hole in the center of the bottom side of the piston crown and

• The piston pin lube slot in one piston pin bore.

Earlier production pistons may have four lube slots in the pin bore.

Protect Graphite Coating

During glass beading, protect the graphite coating on the skirt and the oil ring grooves (bottom grooves). Let the
protective cover slightly overlap the crown and skirt joint. There will be a small open joint approximately 0.5 mm
(.020") at the parting line of the crown and the skirt. This will eliminate the possibility of glass beads becoming lodged
in this opening.

Several methods can be used to protect the graphite coating on the bottom of the aluminum skirt. They are:

1. Tape.
2. Shim stock with band clamp.
3. Rubber tubing.

A used liner or cylinder the size of the piston with a stop to position the piston with only the top two ring grooves
exposed above the mating joint surface of the crown and skirt.

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Cleaning The Aluminum Skirt

The aluminum surface of the graphite-coated skirt can be cleaned with a solution of liquid detergent, with little or no
chlorine content, and water Chemtool Citra Soap (174-6884), is a good detergent to use.

Let the piston stand in this solution, normally one to two hours, to loosen carbon and oil deposits. Remember, too
much time in the solution may cause damage to the graphite coating. Remove the piston as soon as it looks clean. To
clean the skirt faster, heat the detergent and water solution to 55ºC (130ºF). Flush the oil passages with a pressure
washer.

NOTICE

Never use glass beads to clean the graphite-coated


skirt and the bottom two piston ring grooves.
Clean the bottom two ring grooves in the
aluminum skirt with a small brush that has nylon
bristles and the same solution of soap and water.

Cleaning The Steel Crown

The steel crown can be cleaned with a chemical solution or glass beads. Flush the oil passages with a high pressure
washer and Hydrosolv 4165 to remove any contaminates from oil passages.

When using glass beads to clean pistons, it is very important to protect the graphite coating, the pin bore surface and the lube slot
in the piston pin bore from bead damage. Tape all surfaces and oil passages to prevent damage or beads from entering the
passages.

Two-Piece Pistons

The two-piece piston crowns may be cleaned with glass beads. However, several areas of the piston must be protected from the
glass beads. Refer to Illustration 19.

Illustration 19

Areas needing protection from glass beads on two-piece pistons.


(7) Piston pin bore.
(21) Sharp edge of crater.
(22) Outer edge of piston crown.
(31) Lower edge of crown.

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Use an O-ring to protect the oil ring groove.

After cleaning the piston with glass beads, use air pressure to remove any debris (or foreign material) left in the oil
passages during the cleaning procedure. Wash the piston thoroughly again after cleaning with glass beads. Apply rust
preventative to the crown of the two-piece piston.

Procedure to Measure and Inspect

Inspect Ring Grooves

The Ring Groove Gauge can be used on all pistons to check keystone ring grooves. This gauge is recommended over
former methods of checking ring groove wear because of its increased accuracy. This gauge works on both one and
two piece pistons. Refer to Chart A for the correct gauge part number.

Illustration 20

Gauge is aligned with center of piston and has no side play.

Use again

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Illustration 21

Gauge does not slide in far enough to align with center of piston.

Use again

Illustration 22

Gauge is aligned with center of piston and has side play. Any amount of side play is not acceptable.

Do not use again

Inspect Piston Pin Bore and Pin

One-Piece Aluminum Pistons


Some one-piece pistons have circular pin bores while others have side reliefs to allow for the ovallizing of the piston
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pin, refer to Illustration 23. The vertical diameter must be within specifications in Chart A but the horizontal diameter
must only be larger than the vertical diameter.

Illustration 23

Measure piston pin bores with side reliefs at location A only.

(32) Side relief


(B) Dimension will be 0.030 to 0.045 mm (0.0011 to 0.0017 inch) larger than measurement (A)

Note: The pin bore diameter of newer one-piece pistons are elliptical (not round). Be sure the dimension at (B) is
larger than at point (A).

Two-Piece Pistons and One-Piece Steel Pistons

Piston Crown
Piston pin bore diameter (A) on all two-piece piston crowns is in Chart A. Measure pin bore diameter (A), as shown in
Illustration 24.

Illustration 24
Measurement locations for new piston crown pin bore diameter.
(A) Refer to Chart A for this dimension.
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Inspect Crown Bushings for Two-Piece Pistons and for One-Piece Steel Pistons

Inspect the bushing of two-piece piston crowns for rotation. If the bushing has debris damage or has rotated, as shown
in Illustration 25, the crown cannot be reused.

Illustration 25
Bushing of two-piece piston crown has rotated.

Do not use again

Illustration 26
Enlarged view of Illustration 25 showing rotation of bushing. No amount of rotation is acceptable.

Inspect Iron Band

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Some one-piece pistons use an iron band for the top and intermediate ring grooves. The iron band is bonded to the
piston during the manufacturing process. In applications where the engine is subjected to cold starts, 10ºC (50ºF) or
colder, the potential of damaging the iron band bonding is very high. The end result will be a loose iron band. If the
iron band is loose/unbonded, the piston cannot be used again. It is very difficult, if not impossible, to identify a loose
iron band by a visual inspection.

Ultrasonic inspection is the only reliable method to determine if the iron band is correctly bonded to the piston body.
The ultrasonic method is used by the manufacturer to verify iron band retention. For questions and additional
information on the ultrasonic inspection of iron band retention contact the Dealer Service Support Group (309) 675-
5434.

Illustration 27
Using the USD52 Flaw Detector to determine if band has separated.

Illustration 28
USD52 Flaw Detector CRT Display.

The CRT display of the ultrasonic tester will show if the piston can be used again. Illustrations 29 and 30 show Use
again and Do not use again readings of bands.

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Illustration 29
A band that is bonded correctly should give a reading similar to the one above.

Use again

Illustration 30
A band that is not bonded correctly will give a reading similar to the one above.

Do not use again

If the iron band bond is only inspected visually, look for a gap or space between the edge of the iron band and piston
body. Also, check for the iron band protruding away from the piston body.

NOTICE

When the iron band bond is only visually


inspected, there is a very high risk of reusing a
piston with a loose iron band. This may result in a
major failure.

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Checking Ring Gap


It is recommended that piston rings are replaced anytime that the piston is removed. However, it is possible to reuse the piston
rings if they meet strict criteria. The criteria to reuse piston rings ring is as follows:

The engine must have less than 8,000 hours of operation with that ring.

There must be no visual defects on the piston ring.

The ring must be reused with the same liner or with a brand new liner.

The ring must be reused with the same liner or with a brand new liner.

Chart A Piston Specifications1


One
Piece Two Piece Piston Top Ring Groove
Piston
Engine Crown Pin Bore Tapered
Model Piston Diameter
Part Assembly Shape Straight Groove Ring Tapered Groove Pin
Skirt Part
Number Part Straight/Tapered width Groove Size/Measurement
Number
Number Gauge
40.038±.01 3.0/108.664±0.08
C7 197-9370 - -
(1.576±.0004)
T -
(.118/4.278±.00315)
C7 40.038±.01 3.0/108.664±0.08
ACERT
197-9370 - -
(1.576±.0004)
T -
(.118/4.278±.00315)
46.04±.01 2.54/110.34±.1
C9 - 197-9297 158-0451
(1.813±.0004)
T -
(.100/4.344±.00394)
46.04±.01 3.3/113.059±.1
- 197-9345 197-9379
(1.813±.0004)
T -
(.130/4.451±.00394)
46.04±.01 3.3/113.059±.1
- 197-9368 197-9379
(1.813±.0004)
T -
(.130/4.451±.00394)
C9 46.04±.01 2.54/110.34±.1
ACERT - 197-9297 158-0451
(1.813±.0004)
T -
(.100/4.344±.00394)
46.04±.01 3.3/113.059±.1
- 197-9345 197-9379
(1.813±.0004)
T -
(.130/4.451±.00394)
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