In the U.S., the power industry is held to strict regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regarding emissions. Back in 1996, generator emissions had to be compliant with a set of regulations and standards called Tier 1, and now, ten years later, the EPA has published its Tier 4 compliance standards—the strictest standards to date.
If your generator or non-road power source is noncompliant with the latest industry standards, replacing it in entirely may not be the best or only option. Woodstock Power can perform a generator emissions upgrade to make Tier 4 compliance possible.
Meeting Tier 4 Compliance with Emission Upgrades
In order to comply with regulations, a diesel generator that has previously failed compliance must be upgraded with parts to reduce emissions of:
- Carbon Monoxide
- Diesel Particulate Matter
- Nitrogen Oxide (NOx)
This is typically done with the installation of a diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC), a high-performance technology designed to be maintenance-free in a diesel generator that receives regular maintenance.
Here’s how it works at Woodstock Power:
Step 1: Contact us for a free inspection and quote for upgrading your generator to meet emissions standards.
Step 2: Based on your facility size and specific needs, our experts will perform the necessary upgrades on your generator. This installation is done quickly with minimal downtime to ensure facility operations run as smoothly as possible. However, in the event that backup or rental power is necessary, Woodstock Power provides both generator rental and backup power services at a low cost.
Step 3: Following the installation, Woodstock Power will perform an exit-test to ensure that emissions have decreased and that Tier 4 compliance has been met.
Step 4: If your site requires any other related services, Woodstock Power’s network of highly-skilled professionals can be of assistance. We are connected with professionals around North America who can provide reliable, efficient and affordable turn-key services.