How emissions standards across the pond may soon affect you.
Carrier reefer engines save fuel and meet Tier 4 EPA and CARB standards
KALAMAZOO, MI — Eaton Corporation is working on a new diesel exhaust aftertreatment technology to meet 2010 U.S. EPA emissions requirements.
REGINA — The Saskatchewan Trucking Association has followed the lead of some of its members and enrolled in the SmartWay Transport Partnership.
NASHVILLE, TN – SmartWay program is expanding to include refrigerated trailers and is accepting more testing methods from suppliers who want to get their fuel-saving technologies verified by the agency.
HAGERSTOWN, Md. — It was an event five years in the making and on July 15, the Volvo Group celebrated the production of its 300,000th 13-litre heavy-duty diesel engine.
Company adds that it’s ahead on 2010 solution as well.
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LEHIGH VALLEY, Pa. — Truck OEMs invested in SCR technology are applauding the Environmental Protection Agency for standing firm on its scheduled Jan. 1, 2010 deadline for new emission reduction rules to kick-in.
The 2007 engines have their own lubrication needs.
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Hyundai Translead has joined the ranks of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s SmartWay Transport Partnership Program.
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Chevron says it will still offer its CI-4 Plus engine oil in 2007 even after the introduction of the upcoming CJ-4 specification next October.
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Extensive field-testing on Mack Trucks’ selective catalytic reduction (SCR) technology for the next round of emissions standards has the 2010 engines performing very well in customer test fleets.