Composite filter

  • 08-Sep-2009 06:53 EDT
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CTI (Céramiques Techniques et Industrielles) and the IFP have developed a SiC composite particulate filter with improved filtration efficiency that targets Euro 5 and 6 regulations. Features include high thermal conductivity for complete, efficient regeneration; improved mechanical performance; chemical resistance to acids and ashes; durability after harsh aging treatments; and compatibility with washcoat formulations. The SiC composite diesel particulate filter (DPF) uses a manufacturing process that enables the production of various sizes and shapes. CTI’s composite DPF is suitable for trucks, buses, and other on- and off-highway vehicles and also offers improved serviceability.

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