In order to lower the emissions of particulate matter (PM) or soot, diesel engines use a Particulate Filter Management System (PFMS). In order to comply with ever stricter emissions standards, it is frequently employed in contemporary diesel automobiles.
The diesel particulate filter (DPF), which is a component of the PFMS, collects soot particles from exhaust streams. The device also has sensors and monitoring tools that track the state and effectiveness of the filter and start a regeneration process as required.
By raising the temperature of the exhaust gases during a regeneration process, the collected soot in the DPF is burned off, turning it into carbon dioxide and water. Depending on the PFMS’s design, this procedure may be passive or active.
When the exhaust gases are hot enough to burn off the built-up soot in the DPF, passive regeneration happens naturally. On the other hand, when the temperature is insufficient for passive regeneration to take place, the PFMS starts an active regeneration process. In order to increase the temperature of the exhaust gases and burn off the collected soot, the PFMS will inject more fuel into the engine.
In conclusion, the Particulate Filter Management System plays a critical role in lowering the hazardous emissions produced by diesel engines, which in turn serves to protect the environment and improve air quality.
GLOBAL PARTICULATE FILTER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MARKET SIZE AND FORECAST
The Global Particulate Filter Management System market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The development of HORIBA’s Particulate Weighing Solution – PFS-ONE was prompted by the need for greater flexibility and accuracy as well as a number of new legal requirements. The system includes weighing procedures and modern regulations are followed throughout the handling of the complete filter.
PFS-ONE includes a filter weighing robot and a clean workbench in addition to a HORIBA application software operating on a typical PC to finish the solution. This automated weighing system has a process-oriented focus. Process profiles are adaptable to a variety of uses and purposes.
Filter lifetime, progress, deadline, and limit infringements are all documented. To external file systems, it uploads all data. It complies with the automotive and environmental industries’ present legal requirements.Due to the robot’s automated weighing procedure, it has a very high accuracy.
It complies with contemporary laws such as ECE-R83, ECE-R49, EPA1065, CARB, and WLTP. The ability to adapt process profiles to various applications and use cases results in time savings during testing operations (Certification, COP, Environmental,). It contains reports of the results of the weighing procedure and data that are ready to print.
It can be used as an integrated classroom module or as a stand-alone installation. It uploads findings in a variety of file formats to external storage systems.
Filter lifecycle, progress, time limit, and limit breaches are all documented. The fundamental element PFS-ONE-control can be combined in various ways and also modified in a running hardware system, for example with an existing balance or clean workbench.
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