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How to Improve Diesel Engine Performance by Reducing Emissions

Diesel engines are known for being extremely efficient at burning fuel. If your diesel engine is producing exhaust smoke, it is an indication that fuel is being wasted, polluting the atmosphere and costing you money.

Diesel exhaust smoke occurs when the air provided in the engine’s combustion chamber is unable to completely burn all the fuel present. If your engine is fitted with an exhaust treatment system, such as a diesel oxidation catalyst and a diesel particulate filter, then increased exhaust emissions make these systems work harder and can lead to their premature failure.
If you want to improve your engine’s performance and save money, it is worth considering the below causes of smoke from the exhaust. Regular monitoring of equipment and fuel can alleviate the problems described in the report below. Click the red 'Download Now' button to access.
How to Improve Diesel Engine Performance by Reducing Emissions.

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