Particulate matter reduction (DPF)

Particulate matter (PM) emissions directly affect the environment around us.

Thanks to exhaust gas filtration, we are able to remove up to 99% of the emitted particles. When designing our systems, we pay attention to the characteristics of a given device, thanks to which we are able to choose the appropriate method of filter regeneration. Regeneration can take place passively thanks to oxidation catalysts or actively thanks to additional fuel injection or by electric heaters. When considering a given order, we try to effectively use the available space, we take into account the damping properties of DPF filters, thanks to which we are able to install the filter in the place of a noise silencer. Computational fluid mechanics allow us to determine the back pressure of a given system at the design stage. The systems can be equipped with by-pass valves, which are required by classification societies for installations to meet Stage V standards.