Corona, CA (PRWEB) February 25, 2010
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) recently verified the long awaited Cleaire Allmetal as a Level 3+ retrofit, a device ideally suited for tough off road environments. Ironman, http://www.ironmanparts.com, a leading Cleaire distributor in California, now offers the new device as part of its product portfolio to off-road fleets with demanding equipment.
The Allmetal is specifically designed to provide particulate matter reduction for diesel engines operating in rugged applications related to the construction industry. As established by CARB's In-Use Off-Road Regulation, fleets are required to reduce pollutants as outlined in the regulation schedule. Retrofitting, with a device like the Allmetal, is a cost-effective means of compliance in comparison to replacing the engine or equipment.
This Allmetal is verified for engine model years 1996 to 2010 and for both rubber tire and track applications. With all-stainless steel construction it's more durable than ceramic-built retrofits. The high horsepower applicability and exceptionally low back pressure ratings make it the best choice for heavy-use equipment. It handles engines from 150 hp to 600 hp and is ideal for large off-road fleets; as defined by CARB to be greater than 5,000HP.
With exceptional durability and 85%+PM reduction, the Allmetal will keep fleets at the forefront of cleaner emissions and CARB compliance. "The Allmetal is geared up to win over fleet managers as the new industry standard for most applications due to its capacity to handle high horsepower engines and non-restriction on rubber tire or track/steel wheel." said Craig Phillips, President, Ironman. The Allmetal is a game changer for Ironman customers in the off road construction industry that are seeking retrofit solutions, http://www.ironmanparts.com/iro_index.cfm?id=emi1‚=offroad, for CARB compliance.
Of note, on February 11th, 2010, the Air Resources Board issued a statement that they are awaiting authorization from the U.S. EPA to enforce the performance related requirements of the regulation. However, the idling, reporting and labeling requirements in the regulation remain in effect and enforceable. Therefore large fleets must still comply with the April 1, 2010, reporting deadline. For more information regarding these requirements, please see the CARB off-road knowledge center, http://www.arb.ca.gov/msprog/ordiesel/knowcenter.htm.
Ironman Parts & Services, located in Corona, CA is California's leading diesel retrofit installer for nearly all industries including ports, waste, trucking, construction, marine, stationary engines, and more. Ironman has been providing diesel emission compliance since the beginning, and is chosen by more California industries to provide total diesel "Emission Compliance with Confidence™". Ironman's approach is not just to sell a product, but to completely support customers through every step of the complex compliance process including testing, grant applications, installation, long-term maintenance, CARB reporting, and fleet audits. For more information visit http://www.DieselRetrofit.com