Retrofit

Elite Emission Retrofit

Old Equipment, Meet New Standards

Emission regulations around the world are increasingly becoming stringent and affecting more regions than ever before. California’s Truck & Bus rule leads the way in North America but other states and municipalities arcross the region have begun to pass new regulations. This means that more and more business are likely to be impacted by emission regulations. These regulations often force fleets to make a choice;

  • Upgrade their equipment to newer model year vehicles
  • Upgrade Current vehicles to meet emission standards
  • Cease operations in areas impacted by the regulation

Our highly knowledgeable retrofit team is here to help you. We help fleets by providing insight and additional compliance options so that businesses can limit the impact of compliance to their bottom line.

We supply and install CARB & EPA verified aftertreatment systems to meet emission reduction requirements for both On and Off-Road applications. We also provide administrative support to ensure upgraded equipment is approved by the appropirate authorities.

Retrofit Process

Data Logging

It is important to profile a vehicle’s exhaust temperature to ensure sufficient exhaust temperature for regeneration.  Regeneration is the oxidation process that takes place inside the DPF. This process burns the soot collected in the filter turning it into ash. Ash takes up less space than soot and maintains a low-pressure drop across the filter to minimize the filter impact to exhaust flow.

Compatibility Assessment

Retrofit DPF systems are designed and sized according to an engine’s flow rate and engine-out emission levels.  As hours accumulate on an engine the composition of the exhaust gases begins to change. It is normal for particulate matter (PM) emissions to increase as a diesel engine goes through its life cycle. The DPF is designed to accommodate increases in PM but if major issues are left unaddressed the high soot content can overwhelm the filter resulting in premature plugging. Our compatibility assessments identify potential issues that could cause performance issues before installation.

Design Review

Engines all flow at different CFM based on the displacement of the engine, horsepower, and exhaust temperature. We take all of these factors into consideration before sizing a system for the application. We then design a system that is optimized for installation on a given piece of equipment. The design is then reviewed with the customer for any last-minute changes and final approval before we begin production.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The Engine Family Name (EFN) is located on the engine tag or emissions label. Click Here for some examples. You can also contact the engine manufacturer with your serial number and they should be able to provide you your engines EFN.

Yes. The warranty is 5 years or 150,000 miles whichever comes first. Parts and labor included.

We offer both CARB and EPA verified solutions.

A separate monitoring system and dash display will be installed with the system. The display has a series of lights that first warn the operator that a service will be due soon, a service is due now, or that there is a system error and immediate service is required.

No. Our systems are not connected to the ECU and therefore have no control over engine power or shutdown.

No. Our systems utilize a separate monitoring system that works independently.

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