Tenneco set to debut engine system at WorkBoat Show


Clean air after-treatment technology supplier Tenneco introduced a new large engine system for marine applications.

The company will introduce the complete system at the 2014 WorkBoat Show in New Orleans, which runs from today through Friday.

The urea dosing control, fluid handling and catalyst system for selective catalytic reduction after-treatment enables large engines to meet EPA Tier IV and IMO Tier III regulations.

The system is designed specifically for high-horsepower engines in the marine, stationary and locomotive markets, providing precise and reliable delivery of liquid urea. It includes a proprietary, high-performance injector design, a precision mechatronic fluid delivery pump and customizable remote monitoring and controls.

“We’re excited to introduce an advanced SCR system specifically designed and purpose-built for large engine applications,” Tenneco chief technology officer Timothy Jackson said in a statement. “The system provides a turnkey dosing solution which is compatible with a wide range of engine and after-treatment architectures and is supported by Tenneco’s extensive full systems integration expertise.”


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