Carrier Centers - Emissions
Since 2010, the United States EPA has required new vehicles to achieve a new diesel exhaust emissions regulations limit, which is .2 NOx (g/hp-hr), down from 1.2 in 2007. International has taken a different path than the rest of the OEMs by choosing an Advanced EGR solution.
MaxxForce Advanced EGR makes sense.
You have two choices when you purchase a vehicle: a vehicle that reduces emissions in-cylinder (advanced EGR) or a vehicle that reduces emissions by adding an additional fluid (urea) through an aftertreatment system (SCR). With MaxxForce™ Advanced EGR, operating and maintenance requirements don't change for your drivers or mechanics. Compare this to the SCR solution, where changes include significant add-on after-treatment equipment, new maintenance and servicing requirements for your technicians, and additional overall operating cost. With SCR, the burden on you is clear, and that's why we believe MaxxForce™ Advanced EGR just makes sense.
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SCR vs Advanced EGR Video