Bosch intros new urea filter

At SEMA this week, Bosch introduced a urea filter for the Bosch 2.2 DENOX System in medium and heavy duty trucks with Cummins and Hino engines.

The filter, Bosch says, is specifically designed for and supplied to Cummins and Hino to help the trucks equipped with engines manufactured on or after January 2010 meet current federal emissions standards. The one SKU covers up to 69 percent of Class 4 through Class 8 trucks on the road, the company says.

“If the driver allows the urea in the tank to run down it will decrease the power output of the engine which is why there are urea dispersal tanks at every truck stop,” says Richard Moore, Senior Product Manager, Heavy Duty Filtration, Robert Bosch Automotive Aftermarket NA.

Features of the new filter include a high capacity media that can trap and hold the amount of pollutants required to provide adequate protection between manufacturer-recommended change intervals; O-rings that are included to provide a tight seal to prevent leaks; and an equalizing element that buffers the pressure within the pump by expanding and contracting to eliminate cracking of internal components.

The Bosch Urea Filter also comes with an exclusive extraction tool that helps the technician grip the filter making removal and installation quick and easy. Also included is an instruction sheet that contains step-by-step directions.

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