CATAGEN attends the SAE Powertrain, Fuels & Lubricant Conference in Poland.

CATAGEN attends the SAE Powertrain, Fuels & Lubricant Conference in Poland.

This month Matthew McVitty, Revenue Manager at CATAGEN flew to Poland to attend the SAE’s annual Powertrains, Fuels & Lubricants Conference & Exhibition (PF& L). The conference brings OEMs, suppliers, researchers, engineers, government officials, academia,...
Register for our new webinar: Catalyst Ageing without an Engine part 2

Register for our new webinar: Catalyst Ageing without an Engine part 2

CATAGEN has launched a series of webinars which will take place every 6 weeks.  Our next webinar will be on Catalyst Ageing without an Engine part 2. In this webinar, the CATAGEN team will discuss: o Poisoning o Catalyst regeneration o Ageing simulation and catalyst...
Register for our new webinar: OBD Ageing – How to hit the target

Register for our new webinar: OBD Ageing – How to hit the target

CATAGEN has launched a series of webinars which will take place every 6 weeks.  Our second webinar of 2022 will be on OBD Ageing – How to hit the target. In this webinar, the CATAGEN team will discuss: o Relating OSC to tailpipe emissiono Understanding the...
Register for our next Webinar- Catalyst Ageing without an Engine

Register for our next Webinar- Catalyst Ageing without an Engine

CATAGEN has launched a series of webinars which will take place every 6 weeks.  Our first webinar of 2022 will be on Catalyst Ageing without an Engine. In this webinar, the CATAGEN team will discuss: o Full Useful Life Ageing – SBC, Lean Spike & ZDAKWo Why Full...
REVOLUTIONISING AN OUT OF DATE METHODOLOGY

REVOLUTIONISING AN OUT OF DATE METHODOLOGY

OMEGA – A PRECISION SOLUTION The Omega machine is Catagen’s new patented recirculating gas reactor. An aftertreatment system is seen as the black box of powertrain engineering and what we have done using the Omega machine is to shine a light into that box to unlock...
THERE ARE NO ENGINES HERE

THERE ARE NO ENGINES HERE

WHAT IS THE NEED FOR CATALYST AGEING? The traditional methods use in some form, liquid fuel. This in itself is undesirable as the combustion of liquid fuel to generate the thermal energy required for catalyst deactivation is inefficient. Maybe achieving 35% efficiency...