Transit Bus Emissions Control Systems - Intermountain Transit Career Ladder, Inc.
A three-day course designed to deepen bus technicians’ understanding of the operation and maintenance of transit bus emission control systems.
This three-day course reviews engine intake and exhaust systems in general, the technology involved in modern emission controls systems, the operation and components of an emissions control system, and the diagnoses and repair of all emission components. The following content areas are explored through classroom presentations and hands-on activities: • Review of servicing engine intake and exhaust systems • Operations of exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) / crankcase ventilation systems • Diagnostics and best practices of EGR / diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) systems • Operations of DOC with diesel particulate filter (DPF) emissions control systems • Diagnostics and Best Practices of DOC with DPF systems • Operations of diesel emissions fluid (DEF)/DPF with selective catalyst reduction (SCR) emissions control systems • Diagnostics and best practices of DEF/DPF with SCR Systems Source: Intermountain Transit Career Ladder, Inc. (Utah) Generic or Product Specific: Generic and Product Specific. Relevant Product(s): Cummins, Detroit Diesel, Ford Number of pages: Day 1 PowerPoint – 57 pages Day 2 PowerPoint – 46 pages Day 3 PowerPoint – 54 pages Instructor’s Manual – 18 pages Year: 2011
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