TORONTO, Ont. — Plenty has changed since Ontario first rolled out its Drive Clean emissions tests in 1999, not the least of which is the cleaner air that passes through truck exhaust stacks. The jurisdiction plans to unveil a renewed program this fall.
JACKSON, TN — Navistar is disputing allegations that it didn’t thoroughly test MaxxForce EGR engines, in a case that saw former executive Jim Hebe testify that the company “did not test sh*t”, and a jury award a truck fleet US $30.8 million in damages.
WINNIPEG, MB – Technology is often developed to make a process simpler, more efficient or safer, but staying up to date with the trucking industry’s latest advancements can often leave carriers frustrated. As technology continues to rapidly develop, fleets have to educate themselves on new technological capabilities but also look deeper into what the technology will do for their company.
WARRENVILLE, Ill. — Is selective catalytic reduction (SCR) in Navistar’s future? Perhaps — although, with a twist.
Cummins says its 2007 ISL engine will deliver increased performance and fuel efficiency for vocational customers.
LISLE, IL – Navistar International has announced that it will combine its existing in-cylinder emissions technology with liquid-based aftertreatment.
Selective catalytic reduction looks like the emissions sweepstakes winner.
Cummins ’07 engine ratings include three new ISX models
— the 425 ST, the 485 ST, and the straight ISX 600.
TORONTO — No, we don’t mean by the headline above that the engines of our present emissions standard are more durable than others, (though that would be welcome news to many cash-strapped truck operators).
All the engine makers say they’re ready for ’07. And mostly it’s technology we’ve seen before
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Heavy-duty Cummins engines will not use selective catalytic reduction (SCR) to meet 2010 nitrous-oxide emissions limits like a handful of other engine makers. Nor will they need any other form of NOx aftertreatment.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Volvo Trucks North America has informed the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that the company will initiate a voluntary safety recall on approximately 42,000 Volvo VN and VHD model trucks manufactured from November 2002 to January 2006 and equipped with the Volvo D12D engine.
Prior to the launch of EGR engines, we looked at the challenge they represented for engine oils. Fact is, today’s remarkable engine lubes work harder – and better – than oils ever have. From the September 2000 issue.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — Volvo Trucks North America says it will continue to offer the 15-liter Cummins ISX engine certified for 2010 emissions standards in the Volvo VN.