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How much do the new diesel engines pollute?

Two different studies on the pollution levels of new diesel engines reveal quite disputable results. The issue is quite a hot one in the news currently, given the traffic restrisctions imposed in some large cities. Let’s start with the news that dampens the enthusiasm of the defenders of diese...

MAN and its SCR-HP for two-stroke engines

MAN says yes to SCR development and no to NOx emissions MAN Energy Solutions has announced the very first order for its SCR-HP (Selective Catalytic Reduction – High Pressure) product. Mitsui has ordered 3 × SCR-HP (cluster 3) units in connection with the building of three 87k-dwt bulk carriers for t...

Retrofit buses. 107 million for them in Germany

Retrofit buses. In Germany sustainability rhymes with diesel. 107 million euros from the European Commission for the retrofit of diesel buses. In Germany, the ecological transition of public transport follows the path of diesel. And of the vintage bus. According to the news coming from Brussels, up ...

Alfa Laval fights Sox and NOx

PureSOx Connect brings customers further compliance security Alfa Laval tames the ‘bad’ chemistry upgrading the devices against oxidation. In a nutshell, scrubber vs sulphur and Egr vs nitrogen.  PureSOx is the leading scrubber solution for meeting SOx emissions limits, including the 202...

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Volvo Penta range expands with D13 solutions

Volvo Penta has expanded its marine IMO Tier III range with new D13 solutions, demonstrating the company’s commitment to exceeding today’s best practice while in parallel innovating future technologies.

FPT Industrial at The World Biogas Expo with the Smart Hybrid Hub

At The World Biogas Expo 2022, the world’s leading trade show dedicated to the biogas industry, FPT Industrial showcased its solution for power generation fueled by renewable resources: the Smart Hybrid Hub, the world’s first variable speed low-pressure natural gas, hybrid, multi-mode, genset.

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How much do the new diesel engines pollute?

Two different studies on the pollution levels of new diesel engines reveal quite disputable results. The issue is quite a hot one in the news currently, given the traffic restrisctions imposed in some large cities. Let’s start with the news that dampens the enthusiasm of the defenders of diese...

MAN and its SCR-HP for two-stroke engines

MAN says yes to SCR development and no to NOx emissions MAN Energy Solutions has announced the very first order for its SCR-HP (Selective Catalytic Reduction – High Pressure) product. Mitsui has ordered 3 × SCR-HP (cluster 3) units in connection with the building of three 87k-dwt bulk carriers for t...

Retrofit buses. 107 million for them in Germany

Retrofit buses. In Germany sustainability rhymes with diesel. 107 million euros from the European Commission for the retrofit of diesel buses. In Germany, the ecological transition of public transport follows the path of diesel. And of the vintage bus. According to the news coming from Brussels, up ...

Alfa Laval fights Sox and NOx

PureSOx Connect brings customers further compliance security Alfa Laval tames the ‘bad’ chemistry upgrading the devices against oxidation. In a nutshell, scrubber vs sulphur and Egr vs nitrogen.  PureSOx is the leading scrubber solution for meeting SOx emissions limits, including the 202...

Faurecia acquires Hug Engineering

Faurecia and Hug Engineering team up for cleaner air The French company Faurecia announced the successful acquisition of 100% of the Swiss company Hug Engineering. Hug is a leading company in the market of complete exhaust gas purification systems. Its specialization is high power engines, which mea...

Insect-like injection system developed at Lund University

Lund University, inspired by nature Nitrogen oxides (known as NOx), one of the products of diesel combustion. They are also among the biggest enemies for the environment and for health. Diesel combustion is one of the most efficient processes in terms of power density. Nevertheless, exhaust fumes co...