Regeneration devices to reduce emissions

Regeneration devices to reduce emissions

The Fluid Control Division of Parker Hannifin Corp. has released a family of active thermal regeneration products designed to reduce particulate matter and nitrogen oxides emissions.

The products deliver precise atomization and fuel delivery for burner system applications, Parker said. They can be used in a variety of medium- to heavy-duty diesel engine applications.

The products include:

  • The Air Atomization Module manages the fuel, atomization air and purge air that is sent to the burner.
  • The Fuel Delivery Module consists of a positive displacement gerotor style fuel pump and a safety shutoff valve. The pump has the ability to draw from a fuel tank or can be used as a booster pump in the engine’s return fuel circuit.
  • The Integrated Combustion Air Valve controls the air flow provided to the burner. The air is generally provided by a variable geometry turbocharger.

The components are fully integrated, tested and calibrated, the company said, resulting in smaller packaging envelopes, improved reliability, lower installed costs and few maintenance requirements.

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