NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Cummins Filtration has announced it will offer diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) to support the use of selective catalytic reduction (SCR) in 2010.
The urea-based fluid will be required by most engine makers to meet EPA2010 emissions standards. Cummins Filtration says it has been a supplier of StableGuard Urea-branded DEF since 2003.
“Cummins Filtration will be a leading supplier by assuring that our distribution network is fully prepared to meet demands for DEF,” said Doug Griffin, executive director global aftermarket. “We are working closely with our customers to ensure they have information and product choices to meet their business requirements as the new 2010 engines become available.”
Currently, Cummins Filtration offers DEF in bulk, plastic and disposable totes as well as plastic drums ranging from 55 to 330 gallons. The company announced it will also be offering smaller packaging sizes as well as dispensing equipment. Cummins Filtration has 2,500 retail locations and 20,000 distribution points in North America, the company says.
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