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CCA Acquires License for NOx Reduction Technology

Posted on October 6, 2004

Combustion Components Associates (CCA), announced that it has acquired licenses for the ARIS NOx reduction technology for stationary power generation engines from Clean Diesel Technologies (CDT). The license gives CCA the marketing rights to the ARIS NOx reduction technology in North, Central and South America. The ARIS technology is a urea-based SCR system for NOx emission control from stationary engines including marine and railroad engines.

This license follows CCA's existing licensing arrangement with CDT for the ELIM-NOx SCR system for NOx emissions reduction from heavy-duty diesel vehicles. Under the agreement CCA will sell complete systems for NOx control from stationary engines using the urea SCR process. A unique feature of CCA's ARIS SCR system is the proprietary 'self-learn' monitoring feature. This feature uses sensors to record various engine parameters such as NOx and exhaust temperature.

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