Diesel Emissions Articles

  • Tier 4 Final...the next move

    Since the introduction of emissions regulations non-road diesel emissions have been dramatically reduced. By the time Tier 4 Final is introduced, NOx and PM emissions from diesel exhaust will have been reduced by 90%. From the 1st of October 2014 all pump units driven by diesel engines in the power range 56 – 130 kW (75-174 Hp), in Europe and North ...


    By BBA Pumps North America

  • School bus retrofits one local air

    The Hamilton County Department of Environmental Services, a local air agency covering the Greater Cincinnati Area in Southwest Ohio, has experienced many successes and failures obtaining grant money to fund school bus retrofits. However, seven years of persistent work has paid-off enormously. The adverse health effects of diesel exhaust were making national headlines in the early 2000s. The U.S. ...

  • JM News

    Dr. Andy Walker, Johnson Matthey’s Heavy Duty Diesel Global Technology Director, is the winner of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) 2006 Lloyd L. Withrow Distinguished Speaker Award. The award recognises the excellence and consistency of Dr. Walker's presentations at SAE technical sessions. To qualify for the Lloyd L. Withrow award, candidates must have already received the SAE's Oral ...

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