blue-def-20121 - DEF 101 EPA Emission Requirements In 2010 the Environmental Protection Agency OEMs and many trucking fleets committed themselves to a

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DEF 101
In 2010 the Environmental Protection Agency, OEMs, and many trucking fleets committed themselves to a cleaner environment by reducing NOx emissions. To reduce NOx emissions, most new trucks are equipped with a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system. The SCR technology requires the use of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). EPA Emission Requirements:
The Challenge Facing Heavy Duty OEMs For 2010: Further Reduction Of Oxides Of Nitrogen (NOx) EPA Emission Requirements: PM (g/hp-hr)
What is SCR Technology? SCR is an acronym for Selective Catalytic Reduction. It is a catalyst installed on the exhaust system of a diesel truck. It sprays DEF into the exhaust stream to mix with exhaust gases to convert to nitrogen and water.
Exited The On-Road Market OEM Position
Less Heat Rejection Higher Engine NOx Levels Less Active Regenerations = + + The Benefit Of SCR Technology * Compared To Same 2007 Engine
EPA Standards Are Not Limited To On-Road Applications 2010 On-Road Diesel Engines 2014 Off-Road Equipment 2014 Largest C2 Marine 2015 Locomotives 2016 C3 Ocean Going Vessels 2017 C1 Marine
EPA Standards For Off- Road Equipment: 2014 SCR Technology Is Widely Used Today In The Ag Market Why? Fuel Economy Improvement Of 10% Or More Opportunity:
What is Diesel Exhaust Fluid? 32.5% High Purity Synthetic Automotive Grade Urea 67.5% Deionized water Meets ISO-22241 Quality Standard Diesel Exhaust Fluid is the mixture of high purity synthetic automotive grade urea and deionized water that is used in Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems on diesel engines.
What is Diesel Exhaust Fluid?

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