Denso has expanded its PowerEdge brand of diesel particulate filters and diesel oxidation catalysts to cover nearly all 2007 and newer Class 8 trucks.
The expanded PowerEdge Diesel Aftertreatment line now features 70 DPFs offering more than 98% coverage of the market and 92 DOCs with more than 80% coverage for a total of 162 part numbers, nearly double the 2020 program.
DPFs capture 85% of particulates from truck exhaust, and the capture rate is even higher when DPFs are used in combination with DOCs.
All PowerEdge DPFs and DOCs are designed and manufactured in the U.S. with genuine original-equipment grade materials sourced in the U.S.
Also, all PowerEdge aftertreatment products are built with high-grade stainless-steel canisters, which is durable and resists corrosion. The products are also built with a filter coating and cordierite substrates that reduce active regeneration.
The products are designed to decrease backpressure for enhanced performance and increass fuel savings, thermal stability and efficiency.
All units meet strict U.S. Environmental Protection Agency emissions control regulations.
Denso’s PowerEdge program previously expanded its lines of starters and alternators for Class 8 trucks.
Originally posted on Trucking Info