Bosch has now produced 1m Denoxtronic systemsFriday, October 29, 2010 16:10
Bosch produced its one millionth Denoxtronic exhaust-gas treatment system at its Hallen plant in Austria.
In conjunction with a Selective Catalytic Reduction catalyst, the Adblue metering systems reduce nitrogen-oxide emissions by up to 95 per cent and conserve fuel consumption, which helps to decrease carbon emissions and improve energy efficiency.
These systems initially entered production in areas of Europe and Japan around 2004 and a revision of their design was unveiled in 2006.
As well as this, Bosch released a customised version of its Denoxtronic system in 2008, which went on to win the environmental award in the Supplier Innovation category from the Eco Globe organisation.
Earlier this month, Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics claimed that two of their new vehicle components are making notable improvements to the performance of powertrain parts.
The company's NORGLIDE self-lubricating plain bearings and the RENCOL tolerance rings could benefit traders that are looking to match components recovered from salvaged cars.