KEY INNOVATION DRIVERS

NOx Reduction Technology

Diesel On and Off Road Applications
Driven by Emissions Regulation

  • Off-road and commercial vehicle business
  • Full system integration
  • Aqueous and Solid SCR

CO2 Reduction and Energy Harvesting

  • Exhaust waste heat recovery (Thermal and Electric)
  • Lightweight components (composites, alternate materials)
  • Active Valve Technology

Systems Calibration

Electronics – Software/Hardware

  • In-house software development
  • Full system and applications integrator

Thermal Management

  • Heat shield business integration
  • Composite ceramic thermal insulation

CO₂ Emissions Reduction

Diesel and gas applications
Driven by mass reduction and fuel efficiency

  • Thermoset lightweight components
  • Thermoplastic lightweight components
  • Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics (CFRP)

HP-RTM (High Pressure Resin Transfer Molding)

High tech lightweight components manufacturing

  • 1st High volume HP-RTM cell installed in Mexico
  • Epoxy or Polyurethane resin Injection
  • Carbon, kevlar, natural, glass or hybrid reinforcement


Thermoforming

  • Long-fiber composite material sheet forming
  • Mechanical and vacuum forming
  • IR multi-zone heating system

Cost Effective Hybrid Composites

  • Carbon and coconut fiber
  • Carbon and glass fiber
  • Carbon and yute fiber

3d Printing

Rapid prototyping

  • Carbon Fiber
  • Kevlar
  • Fiberglass
  • Nylon
  • Steeel
  • ABS
  • Stainless Steel

SCR SOLUTIONS

  • NOx Reduction Solutions
  • SCR Catalyst
  • SCR Assembly
  • SCR Full System
  • Design and simulation
  • SCR system Solutions

  • Katcon´s NOx Reduction expertise is based on a full understanding of the complete system.
  • Provide Customers tailored applications and hands-on technical support.
  • Engine and system calibration support.
  • Software, algorithms and application development.
  • Prototyping, testing and certification.

APLICATION

  • Light & Heavy duty vehicles
  • On and Off Road applications
  • Industrial Applications
  • Emerging market
  • OEM & Retrofit

SCR CATALYST PRINCIPLES

  • Current and coming regulation in NOx emission is pushing vehicle and equipment builder to implement De-NOx system. Katcon is able to provide SCR as integrated solution.
  • Ad Blue/DEF liquid is injected on exhaust pipe, urea is changed in Ammonia which is chemically reducing Nitrogen oxides pollutant
  • Exceeding ammonia is neutralized by cleaning catalyst.
  • Only Water and Nitrogen and CO2 are rejected by SCR System.

 

 

 

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SCR FULL SYSTEM INTEGRATION

 

DESIGN AND SIMULATION

  • In house design allows fast development and rapid simulation loops.
  • 2 phases flow ammonia distribution simulation
  • Mixer design for urea solution conversion and mixing

 

 

 

 

DESIGN AND SIMULATION

  • System developed for specific utilization
  • Performance optimized for customer
  • Airless Injector

 

 

OTHER TECHNOLOGIES


  • Particulate Filter
  • Exhaust Valve
  • Heat Recovery

PARTICULATE FILTER ACTIVE REGENERATION SOLUTION

  • Light & Heavy duty vehicles
  • Off Road : Construction equipments, marine, train
  • Industrial application
  • OEM and Retrofit
  • Active regeneration by Fuel injection
  • Performance up to 90% PM reduction

EXHAUST VALVE

Development of patented exhaust valve as a tool to improve functionality, size, and weight of exhaust per more stringent requirements from the industry.

HEAT RECOVERY

Application

  • Gasoline and Diesel engines
  • Light duty vehicles and trucks

Properties

  • Exhaust heat recovery could further be used on today hybrid engines to further increase its overall efficiency.
  • Energy components carried away by the exhaust, are primarily:
    • Results of incomplete combustion
    • Incomplete expansion
    • Sensible heat
    • Latent heat of the water vapor created by burning of the hydrogen component of fuel.
  • Management of heat recovery energy and power, could reach the 25% range in steady driving and much more in city driving (available energy increasing with decreased engine efficiency).
  • Wasted energy goes out into the atmosphere through the exhaust gasses and the air of the cooling system.
  • Heat energy can be recovered and converted into useful mechanical energy to help propel the vehicle.
  • A heat engine is required to convert the recovered heat energy into mechanical energy.
  • Heat engines generally require compression and expansion of a working fluid.