27 November 2004
Last week, Nissan Diesel has released its 2005-compliant Quon truck—the first commercial vehicle in Japan fitted with a urea-SCR catalyst. PM is reduced through in-cylinder methods, such as high pressure fuel injection. NOx is reduced over the SCR catalyst, through reaction with urea (in the SCR technology, water solution of urea must be carried on the vehicle and injected upstream of the catalyst).
The 25-ton GVW Quon truck is powered by the GE13 6-cylinder, 13-liter diesel engine, which is available in 257-302 kW power ratings.
Source: Nissan Diesel