News
02/12/2018 : ALSYS

Launch of a Specialty Group with expertise in filtration and catalysis technologies read more...

01/02/2018 : Happy New Year

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11/09/2017 : CTI-ORELIS acquires CeraMem®

CTI-ORELIS acquires CeraMem® assets and reinforces its presence in North America read more...

10/29/2012 : IC3 workshop

CTI partner of the IC3 international workshop, on the 6th and 7th of September 2013 at Lyon. read more...

01/18/2012 : Acquisition of HybSi ® membranes licence

CTI has acquired a license for the production of HybSi ® membranes. read more...


Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) Clean-up
Carbon-fuelled modes of transport are the cause of a number of pollutants:

Vehicle emissions are regulated, globally and among others by increasingly stringent EU directives, by the introduction of standards: Euro 0, 1, 2, 3 and 4, which came out from 1990 to 2006; and Euro 5 from October 1, 2009.
From 2014, all new vehicles must comply with Euro 6. While the Euro 5 standard required all car manufacturers to include a particulate filter in their diesel engines, with a limit specified in mass, the Euro 6 standard imposes a statutory number and an 80% decrease in NOx emissions.
Future compliance with the Euro 6 and, soon, the Euro 7 standard, is now forcing manufacturers to seek new and increasingly efficient but also more compact solutions, resulting in a range of R&D programs in the short-term to integrate DeNOx functions at the heart of the particulate filter.
CTI has therefore developed a patented technology, active phase impregnation (catalyst, zeolite adsorbent...) in its ceramic particulate filters, allowing the required objectives to be achieved in terms of reducing particulates and NOx in a single filter.
 
For the retrofit market for trucks, commercial vehicles, buses, construction and mining machinery, power generators, diesel locomotives and the booming ship retrofit industry, since 2004 CTI has been manufacturing patented composite/SiC particulate filters at its Salindres plant (30). These filters are characterised by a certain "plasticity" at high temperatures which means they can absorb some of the thermo-mechanical stress and they have high chemical resistance.
 
Our industrial tooling, dedicated to off-road production, enables us to offer our customers a very wide range of sizes (up to 12 inches in diameter by 15 inches long).

CTI
Céramiques Techniques Industrielles

382 Avenue du Moulinas
30340 SALINDRES
FRANCE
Phone : +33 (0)4 66 85 88 70
Fax : +33 (0)4 66 85 70 09
e-mail: contact@ctisa.fr