Transit Bus Emissions Control Systems

A three-day course designed to deepen bus technicians’ understanding of the operation and maintenance of transit bus emission control systems. The following content areas are explored through classroom presentations and hands-on activities : 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.

  • Prerequisite: Requires foundation understanding of engine operation, repair, and maintenance.
  • Duration: 3 days
  • Training Resources: PowerPoint Presentation, Instructor Manual

Provider

Transit Training Network

Transit Type

Bus

Target Audience

Bus Technicians

Learning Objectives

  • Service Intake and Exhaust Systems
  • Operate EGR / Crankcase Ventilation Systems (2005/06 Buses, 04,08,09 Fords)
  • Identify Diagnostics and Best Practices of EGR / DOC Systems
  • Operate DOC with DPF Emissions Control Systems (2007/2009 Buses)
  • Identify Diagnostics and Best Practices of DOC with DPF Systems
  • Operate DEF / DPF with Selective Catalyst Reduction Emissions Control Systems (2010 Buses)
  • Identify Diagnostics and Best Practices of DEF / DPF with SCR Systems

Assessment of Learner Performance

Short quizzes, worksheets, general class discussions

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

None Listed

Fee

Not Listed

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