Foley Incorporated has become the Mirenco dealer for New Jersey. This provides Foley Inc. with the exclusive distribution rights to provide Mirenco exhaust gas testing and fuel management services in its territory. Whayne Supply Company, the national distributor of Mirenco products and diesel combustion testing, is assisting Cat dealers to provide Mirenco services in their respective territories.
“It is an exciting time to have Foley Inc. join Mirenco’s dealer network. Increased fuel costs and emission regulations have placed many operations in a tight spot. Foley Inc. is now in a position to provide much needed assistance to its customers with Mirenco’s fuel and emissions services,” Dwayne Fosseen, CEO of Mirenco Inc. said.
Mirenco is an Iowa-based company that developed an exhaust gas testing procedure to evaluate diesel engine combustion efficiency. After diesel exhaust gases and particulate are evaluated, Mirenco analyzes the results and calculates the amount of fuel in gallons per year exiting the exhaust as unburned diesel fuel. The evaluation process measures the same exhaust gases and diesel particulate that the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) now measure for meeting state and national emission regulations.
Mirenco also has developed throttle management products (called C-Max and D-Max) that can be installed on diesel-powered machines. These throttle management controllers are programmed from exhaust gas test results to manage and maintain the engines real-time ability to burn fuel efficiently as the engine ages over thousands of hours.
“Mirenco’s proven technology is a real solution for curbing rising fuel costs,” said Glenn Bouthillette, Foley Incorporated’s product support sales manager. “By evaluating and analyzing diesel engine combustion efficiency, we’ll not only help our customers reduce emissions, we’ll help them reduce the amount of unburned diesel fuel going out of the exhaust stack, resulting in lower owning and operating costs and greater profits for our customers.”
The Mirenco products and services can help equipment owners lower engine emissions, reduce fuel consumption and enhance equipment management, according to the company.
For information, visit www.foleyinc.com or www.whayne.com.
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