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TWINTEC AG: Twintec technology can benefit from the discussion about emission values ​​

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09/22/2015 / 15:00



Twintec Technology can benefit from the discussion about emission levels

Königswinter, 22 September 2015

The Twintec AG (WKN A0LSAT), a leading provider of products for exhaust aftertreatment, looks through the current debate to emission levels in the automotive sector a positive impact on innovative technologies in this field. For years, the requirements for emission reduction of vehicles and machines have exacerbated international. The technologies currently used for the reduction of nitrogen oxides (NOx) usually require high exhaust temperatures, which are not achieved in real operation. Thus, the real nitrogen oxide emissions are often by a factor of 8 to 40 as is practicable in the limits higher. Twintec has therefore initiated the development of a new SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) technology several years ago and this brought to the market. The developed BNOx system for reduction of nitrogen oxides even at low working temperatures. In Europe (Off Road) from 2017 and 2018 will be the introduction of the exhaust standards Euro 6c (On Road) and Stage V required new testing procedures that check the nitrogen emissions under real operating conditions, which is precisely the function of the exhaust after-treatment in low temperature range of special importance.

Since virtually all diesel engine manufacturers have the problem of efficient exhaust aftertreatment at low temperatures, Twintec also sees a positive impact on the marketing of its own SCR technology because of the current discussions in the context of the forthcoming stringent testing procedures. This applies not only in Europe but also in numerous other countries. The BNOx technology Twintec can be installed both in the retrofit, as well as the initial. With numerous manufacturers are Twintec is already in the Erbrobungsphase for use of the technology

About Twintec:.

Twintec is a leading provider of products for exhaust gas aftertreatment as SCR systems for the reduction of nitrogen oxides and active and passive soot filter to the equipment manufacturers and to retrofit existing vehicles. Are used, inter alia, the solutions in agricultural machinery, construction vehicles, light and heavy commercial vehicles as well as in the car sector. Besides Twintec provides through its subsidiary Interkat GmbH catalytic coating services for various other industrial applications. The subsidiary Baumot AG is a global specialist in emission technology and related support services. With its own sales and service offices in many European countries and in the United States and more than 300 sales and service partners worldwide provides Baumot efficient solutions for the reduction of exhaust emissions.

The share of Twintec AG has been listed in the Entry Standard of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange .

For more information contact:

Sönke Knop edicto GmbH Dr. / Werner Rüppel Eschersheimer Landstrasse 42 D – 60322 Frankfurt / Main Tel .: +49 (0) 69/90 55 05 51 E-mail: twintec@edicto.de


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Sprache: German
companies: TWINTEC AG
Eduard Rhein-Straße 21-23 53639 Königswinter

Phone: +49 (0) 2244th 91 80 57
Fax: +49 (0) 2244th 91 83 819
Email: IR@twintec.de
Internet: www.twintec.de
stockmarkets: free trade in Berlin , Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart
; Open Market (Entry Standard) in Frankfurt

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