Diesel engines (including vegetable oil)

   

Stationary engines

Introduction

Gas engines

Diesel engines                        (including vegetable oil)

Combined systems

Diesel, fuel oil, heavy fuel oil and vegetable oil operate in accordance with the diesel engine principle. Correspondingly, the exhaust gases typical for diesel are emitted in the relevant concentrations. These vary depending on the fuel.

 

DOC, DPF, SCR and FWE

Certain special forms of DOC have proven to be very suitable for combating the combustion smells that are typical with vegetable oil.

A DOC is also used to oxidise carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrocarbons of all sorts.

Exomission offers various shell versions for the catalysts.

Find out more here.

 

SCR systems can be used to reduce nitrogen oxides. Depending on the requirements, these can have effectiveness rates of over 90%. Exomission offers air-assisted and airless SCR dosing systems.

More information is available here.

 

Exomission’s patented Fuel Water Emulation technology also reduces nitrogen oxides (and simultaneously soot emissions) considerably, meaning that a significant NOx reduction is possible with its use.

 

Soot and particulate mass

In order to reduce the soot and/or particulate mass emissions of the engine, particulate filters and the Fuel Water Emulsion in particular can be used with great benefit, as soot reduction of up to 90% is possible. Significant operational cost benefits can be achieved by the parallel reduction in soot, nitrogen oxide and usually also consumption caused by the emulsion technology.

 

See also combined systems.

Depending on the number of volatile compounds, considerable particulate mass reduction can be achieved by using a diesel oxidation catalyst. This oxidises the hydrocarbons attached to the soot, thereby reducing the particulate mass result by 5% to 50%.

Quelle: VDMA

                       

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