Tenneco announced that it has introduced a complete urea dosing control, fluid handling and catalyst solution for selective catalytic reduction (SCR) after treatment, enabling large engines to meet EPA Tier IV and IMO Tier III regulations. The company will showcase the complete system at the 2014 WorkBoat Show in New Orleans Dec. 3-5, 2014 (Booth #2152).
The system is designed specifically for high-horsepower engines in the marine, stationary and locomotive markets, providing precise and reliable delivery of liquid urea. It includes a proprietary, high-performance injector design, a precision mechatronic fluid delivery pump and customizable remote monitoring and controls.
“We’re excited to introduce an advanced SCR system specifically designed and purpose-built for large engine applications,” said Timothy Jackson, chief technology officer, Tenneco. “The system provides a turnkey dosing solution which is compatible with a wide range of engine and after treatment architectures, and is supported by Tenneco’s extensive full systems integration expertise.”
Tenneco’s large engine SCR system is designed to meet the requirements of major maritime classification societies including the ABS (American Bureau of Shipping), DNV (Det Norske Veritas), CCS (China Classification Society), KR (Korean Register of Shipping) and Class NK (Nippon Kaiji Kyokai). The system is currently being validated with marine and large engine customers, and is expected to be ready for production in 2015.
Tenneco’s new marine SCR system has demonstrated effective NOx reduction in bench and field testing. In laboratory validation, the system achieved average NOx reduction efficiency levels of more than 90 percent.
In addition to effective emissions reduction, field testing highlighted how the system’s form, fit, function and performance capabilities can be easily integrated into a vessel’s engine and control architecture. Field tests were conducted on a 224 ft. Great Lakes training vessel powered by four 800 horsepower, circa 1984 Tier 0 engines. In a series of validation tests, including the ISO 8178 E2 cycle, when outfitted with the aftertreatment system, the 1984 Tier 0 engines met all criteria for IMO Tier III and EPA Tier III compliance including NOx, HC and SOx.
Tenneco has also tested the same SCR aftertreatment technology in a stationary diesel generator set, demonstrating the system’s flexibility and scalability across multiple applications. When installed on a 970 horsepower, Tier II engine running ISO 8178 D2 cycle, the engine met all criteria for marine EPA Tier IV compliance.
Source & Image Credit: Tenneco
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