Denso's new PowerEdge diesel aftertreatment line cover light- and medium-duty trrucks.

Denso's new PowerEdge diesel aftertreatment line cover light- and medium-duty trrucks.


Denso Products and Services Americas announced it has expanded its PowerEdge diesel aftertreatment line to cover light- and medium-duty trucks and vans. The company said it leveraged lessons learned from its existing line of diesel particulate filters and diesel oxidation catalysts for heavy-duty Class 8 trucks and will not bring that same technology to light- and medium-duty customers.

“We’ve expanded our PowerEdge diesel aftertreatment program and national sales team to support all our valued business partners to allow them to differentiate themselves from their competition,” said Gilbert Ramirez, manager, Heavy Duty Product Management at Denso Products and Services Americas. “Their success is our success, so we’ve added more products and customer support to increase their business growth opportunities.”

According to company officials, Denso now offers thirteen DPF and DOC parts numbers covering the most popular light- and medium-duty trucks in operation, including the Ford 6.4L, GMC and Chevrolet trucks powered by the Duramax 6.6L engine, Ram or Dodge models powered by the Cummins 6.7L engine, and the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 3.0L.

An additional four new part numbers will be released soon, the company said, bringing the program total to 17 part numbers by September. All light- and medium-duty PowerEdge DPFs and DOCs come with a warranty of two years or 36,000 miles.

Denso has also added six new DOC part numbers to its heavy-duty diesel aftermarket product line, expanding applications to cover Mack MP7 trucks and trucks powered by Cummins ISX and International MaxxForce 13 engines. An additional 10 part numbers will be released this Fall.

Additionally, Denso has extended its warranty on aftertreatment products for the heavy-duty market to three years with unlimited mileage.

All together, Denso said its PowerEdge aftertreatment products cover more than 90% of today’s heavy-duty trucks with engines that meet 2007, 2010, and 2013 model year emissions standards.

Originally posted on Trucking Info

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