Diesel Emissions Reduction Requirements

EPA 2010 was the final phase of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) plan to assure that medium-duty and heavy-duty trucks run cleaner. In fact, EPA 2010 standards required that NOx (nitrogen oxide) levels from new trucks be reduced to almost zero.

The trucking industry has worked hard to comply with these important environmental regulations, while ensuring that maximum fuel efficiency and engine performance was not sacrificed.  Today, most diesel engine manufacturers are using Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology to achieve the mandated standards. The SCR system uses diesel exhaust fluid to convert NOx emissions into harmless nitrogen and water vapor.

Closed Chemical Transfer Systems

For DEF and other mission critical chemicals that require uncompromised purity, closed chemical transfer systems allow the safe and secure transfer and dispensing of liquids without tampering or cross-contamination.  Spring actuated valve systems ensure closed, unadulterated dispensing of fluids and automatic closure of the dispensing hose coupler and container when disconnected.

Titan Chemical Transfer Solutions’ Role

Titan’s products comply with the ISO 22241 standards of compatible materials of construction.  Check out our full line of DEF pumps, valves, couplers, and accessories purpose-built for the DEF industry.