NOVI, MI – With heavy-duty diesel engines facing a new round of stringent U.S. emissions regulations in 2010, similar to the Tier 2 Bin 5 standards imposed on light-duty oil-burners this year, Germany’s Eberspaecher GmbH & KG is gearing up to take advantage of the upcoming demand for selective catalytic reduction urea-injection systems. Known as EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) 2010 in the U.S., the upcoming regulations are similar to the Euro 6 standards taking effect in 2011 and ...

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