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Engine Exhaust Particle Counters
Particle emissions are a critical component of engine emissions measurements
Researchers and vehicle manufacturers around the world use TSI engine emissions particle counters for certification testing, emission research, and in-use diesel particulate filter (DPF) performance checks.
TSI’s engine emission particle counters predate—and helped to define—the UN-ECE Particle Measurement Programme (PMP). Our Engine Exhaust Condensation Particle Counter (EECPC) detects particles 23 nm in size and larger, as mandated by Euro 5/6 (V/VI) regulations. The Nanoparticle Emission Tester (NPET) is ideal for measuring solid particle emissions due to its built-in catalytic removal of volatile particles and dilution system. Customers use the NPET on non-road mobile machinery to comply with Swiss regulation 941.242 as well as for other emission tests; for example buses on route can be checked within 5 minutes.
TSI’s engine emissions play a critical role in engine emission measurements and support many emission compliance programs. Click below to discover how TSI can support your engine emission compliance needs.
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TSI's Nanoparticle Emission Tester (NPET) 3795 is a portable, easy to use and cost...
The TSI Engine Exhaust Condensation Particle Counter (EECPC) Model 3790A-10 is designed...
Counting particles emitted from engines is valuable in engine emissions research, and is a...
Upgrade your current 23nm EECPC from TSI to 10nm!
Models 3790, 3791, 3792 and 3790A can be upgraded and calibrated to a 10nm EECPC fully compliant with the proposed requirements by the PMP UNECE group.