Research funding for off-road SCR technology

Clem Aardweg - 29 October 2009

Donaldson Company, Inc., a leading global provider of filtration systems, has been awarded a US$750,000 grant to research retrofit SCR (selective catalytic reduction) systems for off-highway applications. Funded by the Houston Advanced Research Centre (HARC), the project aims to develop DEF injection control systems to deliver performance improvements as well as DEF deposit prevention and reduction of ammonia slip.

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