Archive news for October 2012

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Cummins discusses 2013 EPA engine certification at emissions conference

Christopher Goodfellow - 30 October 2012

Cummins is the first manufacturer to certify an engine to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 2013 regulations and the new greenhouse gas (GHG) and fuel-efficiency rules, that will take effect in 2014, according to Ken Federle, Executive Director of Product Engineering at Cummins Emissions Solutions. The new GHG standards can be met...

GreenChem Petroleum to distribute Air1 Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF)

Christopher Goodfellow - 3 October 2012

GreenChem Petroleum has joined Mansfield Oil Company's DeliveryONE Network and will distribute Yara's Air1 branded Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) in Illinois, north-west Indiana and south-east Wisconsin. Aymad Khan, President of GreenChem Petroleum, said: "GreenChem Petroleum's strength in petroleum distribution partnered with Mansfield's...

DEF Tracker: Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) price tracking service to increase coverage

Christopher Goodfellow - 3 October 2012

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) price reference service DEF Tracker plans to rapidly expand the number of hubs covered in its monthly report. Price references are being added to DEF Tracker for Portland, OR, in October, Calgary, AB, in November and Charlotte, NC, in December. The publication currently covers Houston, TX, Los Angeles, CA, New...

Leading truck manufacturers to discuss Environmental Protection Agency regulations at DEC USA 2012

Christopher Goodfellow - 18 October 2012

Speakers from Volvo, Cummins, Daimler, Navistar and other truck manufacturers will discuss the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations at Integer Research's fifth Diesel Emissions Conference & DEF Forum USA 2012, taking place on October 30-November 1 2012, at The Westin Cincinnati. Tony Greszler, Vice President of...

Dyno Nobel to produce Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) at Wyoming plant

Christopher Goodfellow - 1 October 2012

Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) manufacturer Dyno Nobel plans to begin producing DEF at its urea plant in Cheyenne, Wyoming, during Q3 2013 and add additional capacity to its St Helens, Oregon, facility by the end of Q4 2012. The company plans to increase production capacity at its St Helens plant by adding two additional 100,000 gallon tanks...

Navistar drops In-Cylinder Technology Plus branding

Christopher Goodfellow - 1 October 2012

Navistar has confirmed it will drop the MaxxForce 15 engine in favour of the Cummins ISX15 and said it will no longer refer to its emissions solution as In-Cylinder Technology Plus (ICT+), instead using the industry standard term, Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR). Speaking about the 15 liter engine, Jim Hebe, Senior Vice-President of...