Eminox is a pioneer of power generation exhaust aftertreatment systems (EATS) for heavy duty engines. We recognise populations are growing and so too are pressures on energy resources increasing the use of independent power generation, globally.
Eminox understands the criteria businesses must meet to comply with the latest emissions legislation and, we work in partnership with you to develop Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) and retrofit emission reduction solutions.
Tier 1 and Tier 2 solutions
If you require combined particulate matter (PM) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) reduction our expert engineering capabilities means we can develop, test, manufacture and supply your EATS to meet the latest global emissions standards. Therefore, providing a solution to suit your project including those where space is minimal or restricted.
Our proven track record has seen us supply original equipment manufacturers, such as Volvo Penta, for over a decade.
As a Tier 1 and Tier 2 supplier, we are adept at providing solutions for a range of exhaust aftertreatment system challenges and our research and development into new technologies to support alternative fuels means we will continue to support the power generation sector on its journey to net zero.
Power generation upgrade
Eminox has a range of exhaust aftertreatment systems (EATS) to meet the latest emissions legislation of diesel and gas powered gensets, up to 10MW and holds the required approvals to retrofit gensets from 40kW to 560kW, as accredited by the Energy Savings Trust in the UK.
Our experience and capabilities offer cost effective genset EATS to upgrade equipment to the latest emissions standards including Stage V and the Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD); whilst extending the service life and providing an alternative to buying a new generator.
Our pioneering EATS support the drive to improve public health and stay ahead of emissions reduction regulations and the growing number of Low Emission Zones, worldwide.
We are proud to be members of AMPS and Europgen trade associations, who are an industry voice for the UK and Europe’s world-leading diesel and gas-engine power generation sector.