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Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) is a technology used in modern internal combustion engines to control NOx emissions, which are created as a by-product of the combustion process.
When air from the atmosphere comes into contact with fuel and ignites inside the combustion chamber, temperatures rise and NOx emissions are produced. The EGR system reduces NOx emissions.
The key component of the EGR system is the EGR valve, which is generally closed. It joins the exhaust and intake manifolds and is regulated by either a vacuum or an electric step motor incorporated within the manifold. The EGR valve’s job is to regulate the flow of recirculated exhaust gas based on the engine load.
The Global Automotive EGR Valve Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) technology, BorgWarner expanded its range of EGR valves in 2021, adding more than 80 new products to its product portfolio. Exhaust gas recirculation solutions from BorgWarner assist cut emissions from practically all types of engines, resulting in cleaner, more energy-efficient mobility.
Nissens Automotive introduces a COOLER EGR VALVE MODULE. This EGR valve variant is commonly used in TDI engine-based applications and is well-known by a large car park with around 7 million vehicles on the road.
MAN Energy Solutions has announced that its proprietary EGR system would be available as an emissions solution for its new, low-speed ME-GA engine, which is an Otto-cycle derivative of the company’s existing ME-GI dual-fuel engine. In both diesel and gas mode, EGR is a NOx-emissions-reduction technology that assures IMO Tier III compliance.
The introduction of a new all-in-one exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) system by an American car component maker will assist automakers in satisfying increasing emission rules.
According to the company, the new solution will reduce NOx emissions for many diesel vehicles, allowing them to comply with current rules such as Euro 6d.
The system comes in a small package that includes an EGR cooler, a bypass, and an EGR valve, among other features.
The EGR system reduces NOX emissions by optimising heat absorption and lowering oxygen concentration within the combustion chamber, according to BorgWarner. This results in lower peak cylinder temperatures.
With its latest integrated EGR system, BorgWarner addresses the rapidly growing demand for efficient and clean combustion technology. Our position as a leading supplier of heat exchange technology is strengthened by providing customers with a full module rather than individual components.
This all-in-one cost-effective solution, which can withstand severe thermal loads, also allows for enhanced efficiency and long-term performance even with little coolant flow, according to the business.
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