Emission Control Forum for Non-Road Mobile Machinery

Why this Event now

Pollutant emissions from combustion engines installed in NRMM significantly contribute to air pollution by emitting carbon oxide (CO), hydrocarbons (HC), nitrogen oxides (NOx), and particulate matter. Statistics say that NRMM engines account for approximately 15% of all NOx and %5 of particulate matter emissions in the EU.

Emissions from these engines are regulated by a new Regulation which shall apply as of 1 January 2017. The implementation of emission limits of the Stage V regulation on January 2017 will be staggered. The first set of engine categories are planned for implementation on the 1st January 2019. The second set on 1st January 2020 and the third set on 1st January 2021.

This TBM Forum will enable you to hear best practices on how to meet Stage V regulation

requirements at the lowest cost possible, address customer needs, learn about future state-of-the-art aftertreatmenat and SCR technologies, and fulfill engine development targets in terms of emissions, performance, fuel consumption.

 

Business Development sponsors:

amminexfmi

Dates of the Event and location

19th-20th January 2017, Frankfurt

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The event will be taking place at the Mercure Hotel & Residenz Frankfurt Messe,a 4-star hotel in Frankfurt-Bockenheim.  The hotel is close to Frankfurt's exhibition center, the festival hall and the congress center. It is located at Voltastrasse 29, Frankfurt am Main, Germany and online at the web page

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Speakers

•  Liebherr Group
•  Cummins Inc.
•  EU Commission
•  CEMA
•  Applus IDIADA
•  AGCO Corporation
•  UNECE

Who should attend

VP, Director, Senior Manager of:

• Engine Development
• Engine Design
• Engine Performance
• Engine Testing
• Emission Control
• Engine Development
• Aftertreatment
• Sustainability

From:

• Non-Road Machinery Manufacturers
• Construction companies
• Suppliers

Presentations