CTT launches exhaust throttle valve

A new Exhaust Throttle Valve (ETV) for after-treatment thermal management and exhaust braking has been developed by Cummins Turbo Technologies (CTT). ETV helps engine manufacturers meet stringent emission requirements. 
Initially, the launch of the ETV was developed for medium-duty engine applications in India and China and has since grown to Brazil, Europe, and Mexico. ETV applications include on-highway trucks, transit buses, refuse and tipper trucks.
The ETV not only helps engine manufacturers meet stringent emission requirements but also offers flexible design needs. Cummins’ Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) have options to configure the product with heat shields, coolant fittings, and locator features. Bespoke ETV products can be designed with customized flap diameter for tailored pressure control and unique end connections for easy integration. These flexible design offerings help OEM’s meet their packaging and performance requirements.
A modular service strategy was also put in place to allow selected components to be serviced, rather than replacing the entire ETV. Thus, lowering the total cost of ownership. Additionally, CTT has leveraged its global supply chain to minimize product costs and support global market needs. The ETV is currently in production and is available now for customers.
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