Caterpillar Allies With CleanAIR Systems to Reduce Emissions

Mon July 07, 2008 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide


Caterpillar Inc., recently selected CleanAIR Systems Inc. of Santa Fe, N.M., as the Caterpillar strategic alliance partner for emission retrofit products. These products are installed into existing applications in order to reduce hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides and diesel particulates.

This alliance encompasses CleanAIR’s proprietary technology, custom engineering capability as well as flexible manufacturing of diesel particulate filters, oxidation catalysts, three-way catalysts and selective catalytic reduction catalysts. Caterpillar will provide system integration capability, engineering and marketing support, as well as assistance to enable CleanAIR to meet the growing demand from the broad Caterpillar customer base.

The agreement between Caterpillar and CleanAIR also allows Cat dealers to effectively meet customers’ stringent air quality requirements by offering a responsive and competitive solution. The ability to sell CleanAIR’s retrofit systems permits Cat dealers to offer a product customized for a particular application, the latest in product technology and direct access to dedicated product support.

The relationship between Cat and CleanAIR Systems is part of a long-term strategy that combines the strengths of both companies, creating a team to deliver cost-effective solutions to customers’ increasingly complex emissions challenges.

Established in 1993, CleanAIR Systems is a technology-based corporation manufacturing emissions control systems with worldwide distribution. CleanAIR’s products are designed to control air pollution such as diesel particulate matter and NOx for internal combustion engines and gas turbines.

For more information, visit www.cleanairsys.com or www.cat.com.




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