NEWCASTLE, U.K. – An innovative development in diesel engine cold-start technology could help auto makers meet increasingly stringent exhaust emissions targets, its developer says. Beru glow plug Germany-based automotive supplier Beru AG claims its smart pressure sensor glow plug (PSG) represents a "quantum leap" in diesel cold-start technology, and that by significantly contributing to reduced emissions it could help make costly exhaust aftertreatment unnecessary. While technical ...

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