Emission Reduction does not apply in CA


Emission Reduction up to 95%

Typical D.P.F. after 1 year contains approximately 220 grams of Particulate Matter (P.M.)

Add CVHHO Catalyst Technology, Only 80 Grams After 1 Year

In 2008, C.A.R.B. approved the Truck and Bus Regulation to meet toxic risk reduction goals, help attain federal ambient air quality standards, and protect public health. This in-use regulation required more than one million trucks that operate annually in California and have a gross vehicle weight rating of over 14,000 pounds to meet particulate matter (PM) and ultimately decreases oxides of nitrogen (NOx) emissions levels on a schedule consistent with the amount of miles driven and vocation or body type of the vehicle. PM compliance is achieved either by purchasing a newer used truck built to the model year (MY) 2007 or later emissions standard and factory equipped with a PM filter, or by installing a retrofit PM filter on an existing truck. Ultimately by 2023, the Regulation requires that trucks operating in most regions of the State have an engine that is MY 2010 or newer, which has significantly lower PM and NOx emissions.           -California Air Resources Board (C.A.R.B.)

CVHHO's Catalyst Technology is an emission reduction device (Except in California). Our company has received numerous Executive Orders from the California Air Resource Board (C.A.R.B.). We are working hard towards becoming a "Verified Emission Reduction Device" through C.A.R.B. but these steps are very expensive for a company our size.  The Diesel Particulate Filter (D.P.F. see below) is not the answer or solution for emission reduction. It is simply just another bandage only to have another bandage put over that one (Diesel Exhaust Fluid). Allow our company to truly assist in your emission reduction process. Our Catalyst Gas enters the air intake stream, combining with the ambient air, before entering the engine's cylinder. During combustion, Catalyst Gas creates a more complete burn inside the cylinder. Traditional combustion engines are only about 35% efficient. That means the rest of your fuel goes right out the tailpipe. We complete the burn up to 95%, which reduces the amount of unused fuel running through the emission systems. That saves E.G.R.s, D.P.F.s, D.E.F., and so much more!

Typical D.P.F. after cleaning

Diesel Particulate Filter (D.P.F.)