Tenneco to supply Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems to Kubota

Rebecca Hayward - 15 April 2015

Tenneco has announced that it will supply aftertreatment technologies to Japanese tractor and heavy equipment manufacturer, Kubota.

Tenneco will produce a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system that meets Tier 4 Final and Stage IV emissions standards for Kubota's 3.8L and 6.1L diesel engines for new agricultural equipment that is expected to be manufactured this year. The company said that this is the first SCR system to be produced at Tenneco's manufacturing facility in Osaka, Japan.

"We're proud to support Kubota by providing aftertreatment solutions that deliver improved engine performance," said Jeff Jarrell, Vice President and Managing Director, Tenneco Japan and Korea. "Tenneco's SCR technology and systems integration expertise are helping Kubota successfully meet stringent emissions targets for its current and future agricultural tractor as well as construction equipment platforms", he added.

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