Volkswagen explained the principle of the work of its clean diesel engine

Volkswagen объяснил принцип работы своего чистого дизельного двигателя

The Volkswagen have a new TDI motor, which, according to the company, cleaner than ever.

Thanks to an innovative system of catalytic converters and injection of ammonia VW offers the cleanest diesel.

After the scandal with the emissions of the VW was called disengaja, many have suggested that VW refused a diesel engine. Although Volkswagen has invested most of his financial strength in the development of electric vehicles. VW plans to build cars with petrol and diesel engine along with their electrified offerings for many years.

Volkswagen recently introduced a brand new diesel engine EA 288 EVO to show their new technology Twin-Dosing. In EA 288 EVO used a complex system with two catalytic converters, each with its own injection system of ammonia. The ammonia needed to reduce nitrogen oxide emissions, which was the main reason for the scandal desligada.

If you believe VW’s new Twin-Dosing reduces the NOx emissions by more than 80 %, resulting in a much cleaner unit. VW reveals this system in its press release: “Measuring unit injects a substance into exhaust gas before the respective SCR catalytic Converter, AdBlue as.

Here is the solution evaporates and the reducing agent splits, connecting with steam to form ammonia. In the catalytic Converter the ammonia then reacts with the NOx in a special coating to form water and harmless nitrogen.”

VW says that the new EA 288 motor EVO will give clients all the advantages that have made previous TDI engines such gorgeous without any harmful emissions, explains Ken Marcus, head of development of diesel engines of Volkswagen.