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EGR Valve

The atmospheric pollutants generated by diesel engines and greenhouse gases emitted by gasoline engines are reduced through the use of an innovative flow control technology.

The emission of nitrogen oxide (NOx), one cause of acid rain, is a particular problem with diesel engines. NOx is formed when combustion temperatures in the engine exceed approximately 1,700˚C. To reduce the combustion temperature, some exhaust gases are returned to the combustion chamber. The EGR valve provides optimal control over this process. In gasoline engines, the EGR valve effectively minimizes energy loss (pumping loss) as the pistons rise and fall, helping to reduce fuel consumption. Mitsubishi Electric provides an optimized EGR valve both for diesel and gasoline engines, contributing to cleaner emissions, improved fuel efficiency and a lower environmental impact

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