LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Cummins Filtration has announced its Fleetguard Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) will be available through distributors across North America by Oct. 1, well in advance of the roll-out of 2010 engines with selective catalytic reduction (SCR).
“DEF will be widely available through all our Cummins distributor locations by October 1, 2009,” announced Pamela Carter, president of Cummins Distribution.
Cummins Filtration has been selling DEF under the label StableGuard Urea since 2003. As of Oct. 1, its DEF will be available at more than 187 Cummins locations in North America as well as through the Cummins Filtration network of more than 20,000 locations, according to the company.
Currently, the solution is available in bulk, 330-gallon plastic totes and 275-gallon disposable totes as well as 55-gallon plastic drums. In mid-2009, smaller packages will also be available, the company said.
“Customer needs will vary based on consumption, fueling procedures and other factors. Cummins Filtration is committed to offering dependable DEF supply solutions to meet these different customer needs,” said KC Hall, director of diesel exhaust fluid business development.
“While some customers will enjoy delivery of DEF product along with their other filtration products, other customers will opt for specific DEF supply arrangements to streamline their business processes. Cummins Filtration is fully committed to increasing DEF availability and knowledge in the marketplace by providing our customers with a full package of products, information and service options.”
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