DETROIT — Engelhard Corp.'s Ronald Heck tells WEVTU at the recent Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Congress here that the company's ozone-reducing base metal catalyst coating for vehicle radiators — which converts ambient-air ozone into oxygen — likely will be granted a tailpipe hydrocarbons (HC) NMOG (non-methane organic gases) emissions credit of 0.01 gram per mile (gpm). This compares with California LEV II standards for 2004, set at 0.01 gpm for the Super Ultra Low Emissions ...
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