New diesel exhaust system is urea-free

February 2007
Tribology & Lubrication Technology;Feb2007, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p12
Academic Journal
The article provides information on the urea-free aftertreatment system developed by Eaton Corp. to reduce nitrous oxide in the exhaust system of diesel engines used in trucks. Vishal Singh, marketing and business development manager for Eaton, claimed that the company's aftertreatment system provides better value to customers compared to the Urea Selective Catalytic Reformer solution. The features of the Eaton aftertreatment system are presented.


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