VIDEO: SCR and DEF for the international non-road market

Christopher Goodfellow - 13 May 2011

Alistair Wallace, Senior Emissions Control Analyst at Integer Research, recently gave a presentation at Integer's first Diesel Emissions Conference and ARLA 32 Forum in São Paolo, Brazil on SCR and DEF in the Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) Market.

The presentation referred to Integer's latest research report on SCR and the Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) Market. This includes:

- Legislation: harmony between global NOx and PM limits, and SCR market penetration issues

- Global parc: future trends and suitability for SCR, plus engine producers requiring aftertreatment

- AdBlue forecasts: 2010 to 2020

- Brazilian NRMM and SCR: parc breakdown, state of the market, major suppliers and conclusions

Integer has produced a global study for off-highway SCR strategy, working with Knibb, Gormezano & Partners, Off-Highway Research.

View Integer's NRMM Brochure, call +44 20 7503 1265 or email, for more information.

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