Clean Air Partners reaches Japan emissions guidelines

Dual-Fuel technology by Clean Air Partners has enabled the first heavy-duty truck in Japan greater than 12 tons GVW to meet Japan's 2003 Ministry of the Environment (MOE) emissions guidelines. According to Clean Air Partners, it was able to meet the emissions requirements 18 months ahead of the MOE's compliance deadline. The truck passed the Japanese Automobile Research Institute's Diesel Vehicle

Dual-Fuel technology by Clean Air Partners has enabled the first heavy-duty truck in Japan greater than 12 tons GVW to meet Japan's 2003 Ministry of the Environment (MOE) emissions guidelines.

According to Clean Air Partners, it was able to meet the emissions requirements 18 months ahead of the MOE's compliance deadline.

The truck passed the Japanese Automobile Research Institute's Diesel Vehicle 13-Mode Emission Test with results that demonstrated nitrogen oxide (NOx), particulate matter (PM) and non-methane hydrocarbon (NMHC) levels well below the technical guidelines.

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