Update of Emission Reduction Systems

By installing emission reduction systems, mining vehicles can be upgraded, allowing engines compliant with Euro 3, 4, and 5 standards to be updated to Euro 6, ensuring compliance with European regulations. This enables extended reuse of the vehicle, leading to significant cost savings for companies in the sector.

The selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system comprises a ceramic particle filter with a cell structure that traps harmful particles in the exhaust line. It includes an SCR system that converts nitrogen oxide (NOx) particles into nitrogen and water particles. Additionally, a diesel particulate filter (DPF) collects and burns particles from exhaust gases, utilizing the thermal factor of the engine and SCR to incinerate the collected particles.

The installation of these systems allows for substantial reductions, such as over 90% for NOx, 98% for hydrocarbon particles, and 90% for carbon monoxide and dust produced by the engine’s combustion.

This results in environmental benefits in the workplace and ensures an extended machine lifespan. Optimization occurs due to the improved efficiency of the engine, which works more effectively, and avoids the transmission of particles to filters, extending their lifespan. This, in turn, allows for reduced investments in equipment maintenance or replacement.

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