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NOx Reduction Mixer Technology

Our groundbreaking, R&D-100 Award finalist, is an emission reduction mixer equipped with proprietary technology that helps surpass most stringent NOx emission regulations set by California, Euro- VII, China VII and beyond. Our innovative solution that has been tested and confirmed by multiple OEM's drastically reduces NOx and inhibits any formation of unwanted urea deposits. Learn more about how we are paving the way towards a greener future with our innovative, environmentally conscious technology.

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Proprietary Solution for Ultra-Low NOx Emission

What is an Aftertreatment Exhaust System?

     A diesel emission control system is a sophisticated assembly positioned downstream of diesel engines responsible for substantial reduction of engine emissions. It comprises several components, including a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC), a diesel particulate filter (DPF), a mixer, and a selective catalytic reduction (SCR) catalyst. This system reduces harmful emissions by utilizing a process that involves injecting Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF), commonly known as urea, into the exhaust stream. Ammonia, produced by the injected DEF, mixes with the exhaust gas and passes through the SCR catalyst, where a chemical reaction converts harmful nitrogen oxides (NOx) into nitrogen (N2) , water vapor, and carbon dioxide (CO2).

 

Why better NOx reduction technologies? 

     The ever-tightening diesel emission regulations, such as California 2027, China 7, and Euro VII, and more, present significant challenges for large, medium or small Diesel engines meeting such ultra-stringent regulations. Major hurdles and challenges include ultra-low NOx reduction particularly in low-temperature conditions, while avoiding urea deposits and saving CO2.
     At Emissol we offer an innovative, low-cost solution. Leveraging our proprietary technology, our solution ensures highly efficient NOx conversion in low exhaust temperatures, overcoming the limitations faced in traditional systems. It also inhibits urea deposits, substantially reducing warranty risks, associated maintenance and performance issues. Emissol's solution empowers diesel engines to meet emission regulations effectively and sustainably while optimizing their operations.

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