A few years ago, it was normal in society the image of a train up the mountain lying balls of smoke; the speed and power of motor designed also depended on the amount of smoke coming out the exhaust.


Today all that is past.


Current designs represent the high-speed trains and cars with aerodynamic lines of which do not see any trace of smoke.


DCL International, founded in 1986 under the family model, currently occupies a leading position in research; design; engineering; manufacture; advanced technology installation and maintenance in the control of harmful gas emissions into the atmosphere from the combustion of diesel and or gasoline.


Based in Ontario , Canada, has established production in two plants. With offices in about 30 countries; in Portugal is represented on an exclusive basis by Maquinter of Portugal.


Its vertical integration allows the DCL is characterized with an innovative business profile; flexible and simultaneously with strict standards of quality control at all stages of production. Its vertical model also leads the company that provides high-volume products; low volume or custom prototypes and industrial boxes of high volume.


Its range of products includes catalytic converters; catalytic mufflers; fiber diesel particulate; silencers actions among others.



The application of catalytic MINE - X in exhaust systems provided by MCI, reduces by more than 60% the fraction of diesel particulate matter (DPM) 95% of the carbon monoxide (CO) and 85% hydrocarbon (HC), usually produced in the operation of diesel engines and gasoline.


Reducing emissions of diesel particles into the air from diesel engines is a major challenge which govern both Europe and Japan and the United States. Nowadays, this issue has been partially solved most utility carts with the use of catalytic. However, the use of stationary engines generators, locomotives and other applications where large horsepower engines are used, it is essential a new approach designed to address this issue.


The technology called "Flow-Through Filter" responds positively to these applications, since it requires little maintenance care has high tolerance to poor burning diesel fuel and is recommended for cases with high engine particulate emission rates.


When considering the use of particle filters for any type of diesel engine, it must be taken into account ie its regeneration, burning of accumulated fraction.


The success or failure of the use of particulate filters largely depends on the way they are regenerated, the type of catalytic coating employed, the engine load and cycle characteristics of the exhaust gas.


The stop of the equipment, due to the need for filter cleaning, due to poor regeneration rate, or for scheduled maintenance, are always difficult to accept both cases locomotives and or fixed equipment such as generators etc.


The process used by DCL, resembles the conventional catalyst previously used to reduce emissions from combustion engines, with the advantage of not being easily clogged and free from any kind of maintenance or servicing.


The respective metallic honeycomb, was redesigned to achieve the above objectives.


The use of the mine - X ULTRA also reduces by about 90% fraction NOx As is well known the carbon monoxide concentration in the area.









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