PARIS – Future diesel particulate filters likely will be a hybrid between the two types on the market today – additive and catalyzed – says Inergy Automotive Systems SA. Inergy currently is a supplier for the additive-type system. A 50/50 joint venture between Solvay SA of Belgium and Plastic Omnium in France, Inergy produced 12.8 million fuel systems last year and says it is the global leader. PSA Peugeot-Citroen first introduced DPFs in passenger cars in Europe in 1999, which it ...

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