Transit Bus Emissions Control Systems

This three-day course reviews engine intake and exhaust systems in general, the technology involved in modern emission controls systems, the operation and components of an emissions control system, and the diagnoses and repair of all emission components.

  • Prerequisite: None
  • Training Duration: 3 days
  • Training Resources: Bus Emissions Controls Instructor Manual

Provider

Transit Training Network

Transit Type

Bus

Target Audience

Bus Technicians

Learning Objectives

  • Review of servicing engine intake and exhaust systems
  • Operations of exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) / crankcase ventilation systems
  • Diagnostics and best practices of EGR / diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) systems
  • Operations of DOC with diesel particulate filter (DPF) emissions control systems
  • Diagnostics and Best Practices of DOC with DPF systems
  • Operations of diesel emissions fluid (DEF)/DPF with selective catalyst reduction (SCR) emissions control systems
  • Diagnostics and best practices of DEF/DPF with SCR Systems

Assessment of Learner Performance

None Listed

National Standards

APTA

Delivery Method

Instructor-led Training

How to Obtain the Course

Download the files via the following link:

http://www.transittraining.net/courseware/details/transit-bus-emissions-control-systems

Point of Contact

Transportation Learning Center

Phone

301-565-4713

Restrictions for Use

Not Listed

Fee

Not Listed

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