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Approximately 45% of the company's sales are to the heavy duty diesel engine OEM market.
MWMI produces a broad line of medium and heavy duty diesel engines ranging from 50 to 375 horsepower for use in pickups, SUVs, vans, light, semi and heavy trucks, and buses as well as agricultural, marine and electric generator applications.
Separately, Harrier has accepted the invitation of a leading independent environmental testing and research institute to participate in a major four-year cooperative research consortium formed to develop key technologies for a clean heavy duty diesel engine.
The company's initial commercialized application is a snap-and-play electronic retrofit device to convert medium and heavy duty diesel engines to operate in a dual-fuel 70% natural gas and 30% diesel mode.
Guangxi Yuchai, the largest independent diesel engine manufacturer in China, manufactures light, medium and heavy duty diesel engines for use in trucks, buses and construction equipment and maintains one of the largest regional sales and repair network in China.
The verification showed the system, which can be used on heavy duty diesel engines for many applications such as school buses and trucks, significantly reduced particulate matter and other pollutants.
ExxonMobil today announced that Mobil Delvac 1300 Super engine oil -- designed for light and heavy duty diesel engines, will be available beginning this month in one gallon containers at more than half of all SAM'S CLUBS nationwide.
Recent tests of an on-highway diesel engine resulted in more than 90 percent reduction in DPM and no increase in NO2 when the PERMIT(TM) FBC Filter and Platinum Plus FBC were used with ARCO's ECD-1 ultra-low sulfur diesel on a 1998 heavy duty diesel engine.