FleetPride 2019 National Parts Catalog

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DPFs / DOCs

OTR ™ DIESEL PARTICULATE FILTERS (DPF) & DIESEL OXIDATION CATALYSTS (DOC)

• 100% new genuine OEM substrates is formulated to produce OEM-specified exhaust back pressure, optimizing engine performance • Advanced engineered catalyst • High-grade 409 stainless steel for durability and corrosion resistance • Superior matting and stainless retaining rings

• Engineered flanges guard against leakage • Continuous testing ensures performance over OEM • Emission compliant for 2007 or newer vehicles • Approved for horizontal, vertical or dual installations • Comes with 2 gaskets • Made in the USA

DIESEL PARTICULATE FILTERS (DPF)

OTR ™ PN ENGINE

OEM PN CROSS

FOR CATERPILLAR OTR0151033 C7

10R‑6082, 304‑7578, 304‑7579

OTR0151034 C9 / C13 / C15

10R‑7056, 304‑7502, 304‑7519

OTR0151040 C13 / C15

10R‑6088, 290‑0045, 301‑7856

OTR0151050 C9

220‑6054, 250‑0630, 261‑2318, 264‑1556

OTR0151051 C13 / C15

10R‑6089, 173‑3481, 291‑8519, 293‑9990, 294‑8694

OTR0151052 C7 / C9

10R‑6087, 291‑8515, 294‑8692, 309‑6991

FOR DETROIT DIESEL / MERCEDES SPRINTER OTR0151036 S60

A6804908692, Assembly #: A6804910594, A6804910294

OTR0151039 MB OM926 A6804906192, A6804910094, Superseded by: RA6804910097, RA6804908792, R23537521 OTR0151065 Mercedes Sprinter 3.0L A9064901592 (Dodge 68011959AA) Silicone Carbide OTR0151066 S50 23535827 OTR0151067 DD13, DD15 EA6804910794

OTR0151036

OTR ™ Diesel Particulate Filters and Diesel Oxidation Catalysts are not available for sale in California at this time.

TECH TIPS REGENERATION

The DPF needs to be cleaned regularly through a process called regeneration — either active, passive or forced. Accumulated soot is burnt off at high temperature to leave only a residue of ash, effectively renewing or regenerating the filter, ready to take on more pollution from the exhaust stream. • Passive Regeneration occurs at lower temperatures under steady driving conditions. Nitrogen Dioxide is created in the DOC to react with soot trapped in the DPF. • Active Regeneration occurs at higher temperatures, typically using Oxygen to react with trapped soot. To reach the exhaust temperatures needed for active regeneration, diesel fuel is injected before the DOC substrate, oxidizing the fuel to create heat. • Forced, stationary, or parked Regeneration is similar to active regeneration but takes place while the equipment is stationary and not being operated.

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