Navistar taps Corning for DPFs, substrates

  • 11-Mar-2009 03:59 EDT
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Corning DuraTrap filters and Celcor substrates help reduce diesel emissions from mobile applications.

Corning Inc. will provide Navistar Inc. with emissions-control products for Navistar’s medium- and heavy-duty MaxxForce diesel engines with Advanced EGR (exhaust gas recirculation) technology. The multiyear agreement will enable Navistar to meet U.S. EPA 2010 regulations that go into effect Jan. 1, 2010. The companies collaborated to integrate Corning DuraTrap AT filters, DuraTrap AC filters, and Celcor substrates into the advanced aftertreatment systems.

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