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Diesel Exhaust Aftertreatment Explained

When: Tuesday, July 30, 2019, 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Instructed by: Michael Oliveros

 

Class Overview

An in-depth presentation on Diesel Exhaust Aftertreatment systems. With discussion of diesel exhaust make-up, aftertreatment system history, federal emission standards, theory and operation. A detailed analysis on individual system components and
sub-systems including: Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC), Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) and Selective Catalyst Reduction (SCR). System troubleshooting and diagnosis, including tips for component servicing and cost saving preventive maintenance, as well as future systems discussion.

A full color class manual (50+ pages) will be given to each student.

Class History and Credentials

The class was brought forth due to the dire need for training of exhaust aftertreatment systems in the rapidly changing diesel industry. In response to the requests of numerous fleets for training, the class was designed to appeal to not only technicians, but also fleet managers, parts personal and even owners. The class has been taught to a variety of different sized groups and organizations; from small municipalities, to large fleets and industry associations with audiences exceeding 500 people. The class has continually exceeded student expectations and receives positive reviews. As of 2019, arrangements are currently being made for the class to be taught in several locations throughout the United States and Canada.

About the Instructor

Michael Oliveros is the President of Williams Diesel Service in Ocala, Florida. He has over 20 years of experience with diesel fuel injection systems and test equipment. His expertise and experience include fuel system component rebuilding, vehicle diagnosis and repair, exhaust aftertreatment systems and test equipment design and operation. He is a contract instructor for the Robert Bosch Corporation and considered one of the leading experts on Bosch common rail fuel systems in North America. He has served on technical discussion panels for the Association of Diesel Specialist and is a current member of the Bosch Service Dealer Council.