BorgWarner’s Egr system follows evolving emission standards
BorgWarner’s Egr shows up as an all-in-one system with an integrated module that can resist high termal loads for increased efficiency and durability.
In times of increasingly stringent emissions regulations, adaptation through the improvement of technologies is more important than ever. This thought is what pushed one of the big providers of clean solutions for combustion, hybrid and electric vehicles to take a step forward and develop its own Egr (exhaust gas reciculation) system. BorgWarner’s Egr system aims to considerably reduce NOx emissions for several diesel vehicles, helping them comply with latest regulations, such as Euro 6d.
Joe Fadool, President and General Manager of BorgWarner Emissions and Thermal Systems, said: «We are happy to expand our relationship with this globally renowned automaker as a Tier 1 supplier of choice for a wide range of vehicles. With our latest integrated EGR system, BorgWarner meets significantly increasing demand for efficient and clean technologies for combustion applications. Supplying customers with one complete module instead of single components strengthens our position as a leading supplier for heat exchange technologies».
How does it work
BorgWarner’s Egr system is an effective and cost-efficient inside-the-engine method to significantly reduce NOx emissions by recirculating a controllable proportion of the exhaust gas back into the intake air. BorgWarner’s Egr system reduces NOx emissions through optimized heat absorption as well as lowering oxygen concentration within the combustion chamber, resulting in lower peak cylinder temperatures. With the capability to resist high thermal loads, the all-in-one solution enables increased efficiency and durable performance even with minimal coolant flow. The Egr module unites numerous technologies such as an Egr cooler, a bypass and an Egr valve into one compact package.
BorgWarner Inc. is a global product leader in clean and efficient technology solutions for combustion, hybrid and electric vehicles. With manufacturing and technical facilities in 66 locations in 18 countries, the company employs approximately 29,000 worldwide.