Mission-critical applications, such as data centers and hospitals, rely on diesel gensets to supply essential power in the event of electrical failure. While these diesel gensets keep crucial equipment running, they also emit Diesel Particulate Matter (DPM) that negatively affects the health of workers & area residents and contributes to global warming.
At Rypos, our active Diesel Particulate Filters (DPFs) remove up to 95% of harmful DPM emissions immediately on installation for diesel engines and gensets 50 kW and above. This helps these indispensable industries meet CARB Level 3+ or EPA Tier IV Final Standards and get the power they need while reducing the pollution the diesel gensets produce.
Reducing the impact of power gen systems
At Rypos, we focus on the environmental impact of power generation standby systems. The more than 1,300 active DPFs that we have installed have produced over 168,000 cumulative metric tons of CO2e credits, or over 22,000 cumulative metric tons CO2e credits annually on average.
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Learn why Rypos DPFs are the most effective and reliable choice for mission-critical power generation applications.
Capable of removing up to 95% of DPM from emissions but needing only a small footprint and minimal maintenance, the self-cleaning RH-DPF provides critical or hospital-grade sound attenuation for diesel gensets with 50 to 900 kW diesel engines.Read more
Available in Tier IV configurations with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) available, our ADPF reduces DPM up to 95% immediately on installation in 1 MW and above diesel gensets, providing critical- or hospital-grade sound attenuation.Read more
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Mission Critical Emergency Power best served using Active DPF technology
The main reason mission critical emergency back up power consumers select active diesel particulate filter technology is reliability.Read more
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