If you are running an older reefer unit, you are going to need to check whether or not it is CARB compliant, otherwise you and your load may be subject to restrictions!
It's EASY to see if your Thermo King unit is running CARB compliant - click here! (http://thermoking.com/carb_info/carbInfo.aspx)
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Precedent S-Series units are evergreen CARB compliant, requiring no DPF or additional emissions system, now or in the future.
“Currently, the Thermo King Precedent S-Series models meet ULETRU, which include the S-600 and S-600M.”
— CARB website
Learn more www.arb.ca.gov/diesel/tru/tru.htm
Did you know?
According to CARB's ruling, Carrier's EES/DPF system (required for CARB compliance) cannot be installed on units that consume lubricating oil at a rate greater than one quart per 200 hours of engine operation. Additionally, the engine must also operate on fuel with a sulfur content of no more than 15 parts per million by weight, and no lubrication oil or other oil may be mixed with the fuel.
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Trailer TRU owners that wish to avoid the cost of compliance with the in-use standards at a later date may want to consider new TRU models that meet ULETRU. ARB now lists the TRU models that meet the ULETRU in-use standard on the TRU Website (see link below).
Where can I get more information?
For general information about the TRU Regulation, the TRU Website is at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/diesel/tru/tru.htm
TRU Advisories are listed at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/diesel/tru/advisories.htm
The ARBER registration website is at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/arber/arber.htm
ARBER Registration Help pages are at: http://www.arb.ca.gov/arber/trureg/trureg.htm
You don't have time to wait. Contact us at (262) 835-9901. We can help you become CARB compliant.
CALIFORNIA OFFICIALLY BEGAN
ENFORCEMENT ON TRU’S EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2010– LET US KNOW IF YOU NEED TO
BECOME CARB COMPLIANT
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Transport Refrigeration Unit (TRU or Reefer)
See more information below.
Trailers moving through California must meet specific ARB requirements. Trailers may be required to have aerodynamic efficiency components.
For more information see below.
Contact us at (262) 835-9901 for your CARB Solutions.
CARB ATCM TRU Solutions
CARB TRU or Reefer Requirements
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) has adopted Airborne Toxic Control Measures (ATCM) for Transport Refrigeration Units (TRU) to reduce the particulate matter (PM) produced from the diesel engines. All in-use TRU units, whether domicile or operated, within the state of California must comply with this regulation by December 31, 2008 and beyond depending on unit and engine model year. Thermo King has championed technology development projects with CARB and other manufacturers to design and verify multiple retrofit options for owners and operators of TRU units. Verified Diesel Emissions Control Strategies (VDECS) are currently pending approval from CARB and will be commercially available for installation in 2006.
CARB's New Helpline (1-888-TRU-ACTM).
- CARB TRU Web Page
- Frequently Asked Questions
- TRU Regulations
- TRU Brochure
- Idling Regulations
- Land Line Magazine: New Day. New Way. – Idle reduction information for the transport industry. Land Line
Thermo King's TriPacTM DPF Gains CARB Approval Thermo King DPF
Diesel Particulate Filter
For TriPac™ Hybrid Auxiliary Idle Recuction and Temperature Management System.
Eliminate unnecessary truck idling, keep drivers comfortable and save money.
- Required for trucks active in the state of California using an APU and a 2007 or newer engine
- Will not reduce fuel economy
- Reduces engine noise
- Designed for minimal maintenance
- The TriPac DPF places no additional strain on the APU
- The TriPac DPF has several different mounting options
Available as an aftermarket or OE option
CARB Trailer Requirements
The basic features of the Regulation include:
- Compliance schedule – The Regulation is effective in 2010 and features a progressive compliance schedule that differs between small and large fleets and between new and existing equipment.
- Standards – CARB modeled the Regulation after the voluntary standards of SmartWay. With respect to trailer aerodynamics, the regulation requires that 53' trailers must be equipped with aerodynamic technologies that have been verified under SmartWay to increase fuel efficiency by at least 5%, for dry vans, or 4%, for reefers.
- Exemptions – The Regulation includes exemptions, notably for short-haul vehicles and non-box-type trailers.
- Early compliance – Fleets that achieve compliance ahead of schedule receive credit toward compliance in later years. Fleets in early compliance also accelerate the benefits of fuel savings.
For more detailed information on the Regulation, please visit the Regulation website.
CARB engine compliance year Lookup, click on the link below.
Click Here for Your CARB Engine Information
Units affected: Most units manufactured after January 1rst, 2003.
After entering the serial number the following information will be displayed:
Unit Serial Number/ Unit Model / Unit Mfg. Date/ Unit Date in Service/ Registration Status/ Horsepower/ Manufacturer/ Engine Serial Number/ Engine Model/ Engine Mfg. Year
CARB "Regulation Enforcement"
Contact us at Thermo King of Southeast Wisconsin
1-262-835-9901 for our REEFER CARB COMPLIANT SOLUTIONS from THERMO KING.
California Begins Reefer Rule Reporting
Let Thermo King of Southeast Wisconsin help you with your CARB solutions. Contact us at 1-262-835-9901, email Customerservice@tksewisc.com.