Diesel exhaust after-treatment technology, including wall-flow diesel particulate filters (DPF) and selective catalytic reduction (SCR) systems are at the forefront of clean diesel technology. The California Council on Diesel Education and Technology’s (CCDET) Diesel Exhaust After-treatment Maintenance training covers the following:
♦ Background on why diesel particulate filters are necessary;
♦ How the technology filters particulate matter (PM) and how regeneration strategies such as passive and active systems operate;
♦ Explores possible causes of filter failures as well as preventative maintenance practices to avoid break downs;
♦ An overview of SCR systems used on heavy-duty diesel engines.
In addition to these topics, the one day training also includes hands-on shop exercises designed to reinforce maintenance procedures employed to keep after-treatment technology and the engines they are installed on working at peak performance.
When: Friday Febuary 17, 2017
Friday May 12, 2017
Friday August 04, 2017
Time: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Where: Palomar College, San Marcos Campus
Classroom: Diesel Mechanics Shop, ITC-106
NOTE: This class, its content, and final examination are in English. Additionally, basic computer skills are required.
Call our office at (760) 891-7892 for more information.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: All students must be pre-registered at least 48 hours in advance with a valid e-mail address. Refunds will not be granted for withdrawals prior to class or for no shows. Confirmations will not be mailed. Classes are limited to the first 25 students with paid enrollment. Spaces cannot be reserved without payment.
No substitutions the day of the class!
PARKING POLICY: (ENFORCED 7 DAYS/WEEK) You must park in general lots only. Daily Parking Permit cost is $5.00. The daily permit machines in lots 3, 5, 9, and 12 accept cash, 5 and 1 dollar bills, change, ATM, and credit cards.
For overnight attendees: The lodging accommodations closest to Palomar College are the Residence Inn at 1245 Los Vallecitos Blvd., San Marcos, CA, (800) 627-7468; and the Hampton Inn at 23 E. Carmel St., San Marcos, CA, (760) 736-9249.