Eberspaecher Showcases Innovative Solutions at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show

Eberspaecher will be exhibiting its latest products at the North American Commercial Vehicle Show from September 25 to 28, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia. Visitors to booth 4852 are invited to experience the Hydronic S3 pre-heater and Airtronic D2 bunk-heater as well as trendsetting exhaust technology solutions like the next generation 1Box aftertreatment system — a new structure that leverages Eberspaecher’s extensive industry expertise into a synergistic, compact design adaptable for medium and heavy duty trucks. 

The trucking industry’s most influential leaders and executives gather this fall in Atlanta to present their latest innovations. Eberspaecher, one of the world’s leading specialists in Diesel aftertreatment is presenting exhaust technologies to meet the world’s toughest emission standards. Established as the “Go-to” solution for the majority of the industry’s heaviest trucks, Eberspaecher’s 1Box aftertreatment system integrates the Diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC), Diesel particulate filter (DPF) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) into one package. The next generation 1Box aftertreatment system will also be introduced at the show. It features an innovative triangular shape and offers up to a 40 percent weight improvement over other box style solutions. 

Complementing the box style systems, Eberspaecher introduces its new 1Line aftertreatment solution. Scalable for heavy duty, medium and light trucks, this versatile device combines the DPF and SCR into a single component. It also integrates the latest compact mixing device, making the 1Line one of the most compact aftertreatment systems available today. The new compact mixer is rounding out the introductions. Like Eberspaecher’s entire NOx abatement product portfolio, the compact mixer is completely unbiased; it can be engineered to work well with all urea injector designs and styles. 

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