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Universal Emissions Technology Provides System Approach For DPF and Acoustic Challenges

Posted on December 14, 2009

Universal Emission Technologies, a division of Universal Silencer, was awarded a project in California, U.S.A. to provide diesel particulate filter (DPF) systems that comply with the strict air pollution standards for diesel exhaust in the state of California.

The Kroger Company's distribution center purchased two 2 MW diesel engines which were required to have California Air Resources Board verified DPF systems installed. The site also presents acoustic silencing challenges. Universal Silencer was awarded the project due to their capability to provide an emission control system approach that combines the DPF and silencer in the same housing.

Universal's emission reduction product line includes California Air Resources Board verified Level 3 PLUS Diesel Particulate Filter technology for all EPA Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 3 diesel engines for prime power and standby generator sets and diesel pump applications.

Kroger recently placed an additional order for four identical units for another Kroger distribution center in California. The units are to be installed in early 2010.

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