If you are meeting the 2010 EPA NOx emission requirements with SCR technology, do you have a production line supply and fill system for the Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)?
As you know, 2010 production of heavy duty diesel vehicles starts at year end. Stricter EPA emissions regulations are requiring large bus and truck manufacturers to substantially reduce exhaust NOx emissions. SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) technology has become the leading solution to meeting the new demands. A component of this process is Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), a urea based solution that is injected into the hot engine exhaust stream. After the treated exhaust stream passes through an SCR catalyst, NOx is reduced to nitrogen and water.
Production line filling of DEF requires the same attention to material compatibilities and process knowledge that other vehicle fluids require. Whether it’s A/C, Brake, Coolant, Diesel Fuel, Oil, P/S, Trans, W/W, or DEF, the process requires you to supply, pump, meter, and fill a leak tested reservoir. We are currently filling DEF at the largest and “Best Truck” manufacturers in the world. If you are looking for expertise and assistance to meet this upcoming deadline, give us a call. We’ll make the transition easy. We are experts at solutions to all your fluid filling needs.