Archive news for October 2010

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Kenworth Trucks' expects SCR cost saving of $750 per year

Christopher Goodfellow - 27 October 2010

Engineers at Kenworth Trucks expect the manufacturers choice of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology over Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) to save customers $750 per vehicle per year. Judy McTigue, Director of Market Planning and Research at Kenworth Trucks, told delegates at Integer's Diesel Emissions Conference in San...

Containment Solutions develops fiberglass bulk storage tanks

Christopher Goodfellow - 15 October 2010

Bulk liquid storage specialists Containment Solutions has developed a fiberglass underground Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) storage solution which meets the ISO-standard. Clay Findley, President of Containment Solutions, said: "A non-corrosive underground option, such as fiberglass, provides a means for reliable climate controlled...

Environmentally friendly paper tote launched

Christopher Goodfellow - 14 October 2010

Grayling Industries has developed a disposable 'PaperIBC' capable of holding 275 gallons of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) and costing on average of $125 per unit. The container is made from heavy-duty corrugated paper and utilizes a multi-ply polyethylene liner to create a leak-tight package that is acceptable for shipping and storing of...

KleerBlue markets DEF decanting equipment

Christopher Goodfellow - 14 October 2010

Separation By Design, suppliers of the KleerBlue line of Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) storage and dispensing equipment, is launching a line of portable bulk DEF delivery skid systems. The portable single platform skids include pump, filter, a Weights & Measures NTEP certified meter, register, easy-to-reach hose reel and ground...