Tenneco opens “Clean Air” research facility in Kunshan, China

Ben Treadwell - 7 October 2014

Tenneco Inc., has announced the opening of a new "Clean Air" research, development and manufacturing facility based in Kunshan, China. The new 10,200m2 location will manufacture emissions control products and technology for the company's commercial truck business. The new facility will serve as the company's centre for designing and developing large engine solutions for marine, locomotive and stationary operations in the Asia Pacific region.

The facility will also be the manufacturing hub for Tenneco's XNox™ Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology for commercial use throughout the Asia Pacific region. XNox™ is an air assisted SCR system which was developed by Tenneco for the Asian market. The system features a compact, integrated tank and is easily adaptable to existing muffler box space, allowing for lower cost and easy integration to the vehicle. The new system meets Euro V and China National Stage V emissions regulations.

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