The California Air Resources Board (CARB) recently awarded GEO2 Technologies a grant of $185,000 to broaden the engine range on which GEO2's diesel particulate filters (DPFs) can be installed. I won't even pretend to understand how the GEO's "patented, cross-linked microstructure" helps these DPFs remove "99 percent of pollutants from diesel exhaust while achieving high fuel economy, emissions control and enhanced engine performance," but all that sounds like a good thing. There are more details
If you've got a modern clean diesel, there's a good chance you've got a diesel particulate filter (DPF) attached to the exhaust system. GEO2 Technologies today announced that a new silicon carbide substrate will improve DPFs and that "GEO2's patented microstructure is poised to drive the next wave of high-temperature filter innovation, effectively removing 99 percent of pollutants from diesel exhaust while achieving better fuel economy, emissions control and enhanced engine performance." The ann
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