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Posts Tagged ‘black soot’

  • Diesel Fuel Additive Review Part 1

    January 5, 2014 • Enthusiasts, Mostly Trucks • Views: 12572

    Diesel Fuel Additive and Lubricity Lubricity has always been a term often mistaken for viscosity or the thickness of fuel. However, the lubrication properties of a certain fuel is not directly connected to its thickness but rather to its components …

  • A lot of efforts have been placed to control and lower diesel particulate matter emissions.

    Diesel Emissions and Black Soot: What are We Doing to Control Them?

    November 14, 2013 • Enthusiasts, Mostly Trucks • Views: 5489

    e United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) With the use of a nationwide network of monitoring sites, the EPA came up with ambient air quality trends for particulate matter (PM) and diesel emissions. Set under the Clean Air Act, EPA …

  • Trucks are one of the leading sources of diesel exhaust and particulate matter.

    The Dark Side of Diesel Exhaust

    November 13, 2013 • Enthusiasts, Mostly Trucks • Views: 2434

    Emissions vary a lot in particle sizes and chemical compositions depending on factors like engine type, operating conditions, and fuel formulations. There is also a great difference between off-road and on-road engines with the former being an older, less