Denso Products and Services Americas announced Tuesday it will begin accepting orders for its new line of PowerEdge diesel particulate filter (DPF) and diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) replacement products this month. The announcement was made at the Technology & Maintenance Council (TMC) Annual Meeting in Nashville, Tenn.
Distributed by Denso and manufactured by Clean Diesel Technologies, Inc. (CDTi), the all-makes OE replacement program features 60 DPF part numbers covering more than 260 OE-quality products and seven DOC part numbers for heavy-duty on-road and off-road trucks and equipment. Denso and CDTi also plan to expand the line with an additional 20 DPF and 15 DOC part numbers later this year.
“Denso is excited to partner with CDTi to meet the growing demand for OE-quality diesel aftertreatment products in the heavy-duty trucking and equipment industry,” says Frank Jenkins, senior manager of Denso’s Heavy Duty Marketing Group. “CDTi is a clean-tech company that shares our commitment to product reliability and durability, rigorous safety and performance standards, innovation, customer service and environmental stewardship.”
Denso says PowerEdge aftermarket DPFs and DOCs match or exceed the emissions control performance and benefits of OEM replacement units when installed in 2007 model year and newer heavy-duty diesel equipment.
Superior features include high-grade stainless steel and other quality materials that increase durability by resisting corrosion and preventing failures; 100 percent OEM substrates that maximize DPF performance and minimize backpressure; CDTi’s patented advanced coatings that increase catalyzation and regeneration efficiency; and “exact-fit” designs that include gaskets to meet specific application needs, reduce part numbers and streamline installation.
Denso says the turnkey DPFs and DOCs are approved for horizontal, vertical and dual installation and backed by a two-year unlimited mileage warranty. Additionally, all part numbers meet strict U.S. Environmental Protection Agency emissions control regulations and will be available for purchase and installation in 49 U.S. states and Canada, the company says.