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  • World Diesel Engines Market to 2015

    World diesel engine demand is projected to grow 6.7 percent per year through 2015 to $197.5 billion. This represents an acceleration from the 2005-2010 period. Product sales will be driven by a pickup in the production of motor vehicles, particularly medium and heavy trucks and buses. Value gains will also be fueled by the growing use of more sophisticated, higher value products because of more ...


  • Our latest Surefire® waste incineration plant is about to be shipped out

    We have often reported that even though every single waste incineration unit we build is designed and manufactured in our UK factory, their final destination and workplace could literally be anywhere in the world.  This latest project, a Surefire® SF200, is a typical example because although it was expertly engineered in our Manchester workshops it is now about to be shipped to its ...


    By Todaysure Matthews

  • Natural Gas Engines Replace Diesel On Drilling Rigs

    HOUSTON, April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- With diesel prices remaining high, Antero Resources and Patterson-UTI Drilling were seeking a viable option to reduce fuel costs, a major expense when ...


  • 2015 International Diesel Engines Industry Research Report

    World demand to rise 6.7% annually through 2015 World diesel engine demand is projected to grow 6.7 percent per year through 2015 to $197.5 billion. This represents an acceleration from the 2005-2010 period. Product sales will be driven by a pickup in the production of motor vehicles, particularly medium and heavy trucks and buses. Value gains will also be fueled by the growing use of ...


  • Johnson Matthey`s new CRT®(+) Diesel Particulate Filter for Stationary Diesel Engines verified by California Air Resources Board

    The California Air Resources Board (CARB), Sacramento, Calif., has verified Johnson Matthey’s new CRT®(+) diesel particulate filter (DPF) as a Level 3 Plus system capable of reducing particulate matter (PM) by 85% or greater and not increasing nitrogen dioxide (NO2) emissions beyond the 2009 limit of 20% of baseline NO2 emissions.As the global pioneer and leader in controlling emissions from ...

  • Final rule reduces air toxics from existing stationary diesel engines

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is setting the first standards that will reduce emissions of formaldehyde, benzene, acrolein and other toxic air pollutants from certain stationary diesel engines. These pollutants are known or suspected to cause cancer or other serious health problems and environmental damage. “Improving air quality is one the agency’s top priorities,” said Gina ...

  • Global Diesel Engines Market 2012 - 2018 Available At Researchmoz.us

    A diesel engine is an internal combustion engine that is used to initiate ignition to burn the fuel. They are available as two strokes and four strokes diesel engines. Diesel engines are used in submarines, ships, locomotives, trucks, buses, heavy equipments and in passenger cars. The demand of diesel engines has been growing globally due to its versatile usage in various areas. ...


  • EPA Awards $495,000 to Reduce Diesel Emissions from Marine Engines in Massachusetts

    EPA has awarded $495,000 to fund two marine repower projects in the state of Massachusetts. CLF Ventures, Inc. has received $300,000 to repower the tugboat Navigator, and the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM) has been awarded $195,000 to repower two commercial lobster boats. The grants were awarded after a national competition for clean diesel projects, made possible ...

  • Global and China Marine Diesel Engine Industry Report, 2011

    The new vessel orders worldwide witnessed steep drop in 2011, causing the bleak demand for marine diesel engine. The order book of MAN Diesel & Turbo saw a year-on-year increase of 6.2%, but the figure was far behind that of 18.6% in 2010; by contrast, the order value of Wartsila Ship Power decreased by 7.7% year-on-year. In order to enhance ...


  • EPA offers funding to reduce pollution from diesel engines

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has made available $2 million in funding for rebates to help public and private construction equipment owners replace or retrofit older diesel construction engines. The rebates will reduce harmful pollution and improve air quality in local areas. “Exhaust from diesel construction equipment affects children, senior citizens and others in ...

  • EPA Announces Funding Availability to Clean Up Diesel Engines Nationwide

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today the availability of $9 million in grant funding for clean diesel projects to reduce diesel pollution and emissions exposure from the nation's existing fleet of diesel engines. The funding comes from EPA’s Diesel Emission Reduction Program (DERA) and will target the most cost-effective projects and fleets operating in areas ...

  • Mitsubishi Electric PV System to Power Makita’s Diesel Engine Factory

    Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO:6503) announced today that it has installed an 85-kilowatt (kW) photovoltaic (PV) system on the roof of Makita Corporation’s main factory in Takamatsu City, Japan. The PV system, which is the first for Makita, comprises PV modules, inverters and other equipment, and will begin generating electricity later this month. Electricity generated by a total of ...

  • Installation of the DMT MemBioRex® MBR at Toyota diesel engine plant located in Poland.

    DMT started the installation off a fully automatic multiple stage air scrubber, with coupled the DMT MemBioRex® MBR waste water reuse system, at Toyota diesel engine plant located in Poland, Jelcz-Laskowice. This means that the clean water out off the DMT MemBioRex® system is used again for the air scrubbing system. DMT started with the Engineering works in 2009 and manufacturing of the ...

  • New petrol engines cause more air pollution than dirty diesels

    New Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) petrol engines for cars emit more cancer-causing particles than modern diesel engines, a new study by independent vehicle researchers TÜV Nord revealed today. While GDI engines make petrol cars more fuel-efficient and emit less CO2, the findings show that these new ...

  • EPA Announces Funding for Tribes to Clean Up Diesel Engines

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today that grant funding is available for tribal applicants to establish clean diesel projects aimed at reducing emissions from older diesel engines. Diesel engines are extremely efficient, but emit air pollutants such as nitrogen oxides (NOX) and particulate matter (PM). These pollutants are linked to serious health problems including asthma, ...

  • EPA announces availability of $1 million for tribes to upgrade diesel engines

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is announcing the availability of $1 million in grant funding for tribal applicants to establish clean diesel projects aimed at reducing air pollutants from diesel exhaust such as nitrogen oxides (NOX) and particulate matter (PM), which are linked to respiratory problems. Under this grant competition, EPA anticipates awarding approximately up to five ...

  • US EPA makes US$50m available to clean up diesel engines

    EPA is announcing the availability of almost US$50 million in grant funding to establish clean diesel projects aimed at reducing emissions from the nation's existing fleet of diesel engines. The unprecedented sum, which was authorized by the Energy Policy Act of 2005 and funded for the first time this fiscal year, will be administered by EPA's National Clean Diesel Campaign (NCDC) and its network ...

  • GE Announces Clarke Energy First Diesel Engine Sales & Service Provider

    First Sales and Services Agreement for GE’s Growing Diesel Engine Portfolio Clarke Energy to Enhance Local Service Excellence for GE’s Diesel Engine Customers Initiative Supports GE’s Strategy for Meeting Global Demand for Distributed Power Seeking to ensure regional customer sales and services excellence for its growing diesel engine technology ...


    By Clarke Energy

  • Diesel Emissions, Health and the Law

    When diesel is used as an engine fuel, it is inevitable that you will produce Products of Incomplete Combustion (PICs). Hence, we never just produce carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O) alone, but rather a myriad of hydrocarbons including aromatics (e.g. benzene, toluene) aldehydes and poly-aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in a semi-volatile phase or bound with carbonaceous particulate, and ...


    By Shawcity Limited

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