New EPA stationary engine regulations require crankcase filtration systems for tens of thousands of existing engines. Do these new rules apply to you?
The EPA has new emission limits for stationary engines installed before June 12, 2006. Among the requirements that must be met are the installation of a closed or open crankcase filtration system to prevent crankcase emissions from being released to the atmosphere. Specifically, existing non-emergency compression ignition stationary engines greater than 300 hp now require that crankcase filtration systems be installed. Read more in the attached article from Diesel Progress.
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