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emission standard

[i′mish·ən ‚stan·dərd]
(engineering)
The maximum legal quantity of pollutant permitted to be discharged from a single source.
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Contract notice: Buy 2 midi-buses with a maximum vehicle length of 10,90 m, maximum passenger capacity seated and standing, euro 6 emissions standard as well as purchase of 4 high-floor buses with 3 axles, a maximum vehicle length of 14,10 m, maximum passenger capacity in seating and standing areas , emission standard euro.
A light vehicle emissions standard is the best way to achieve this," the Light Vehicle Emissions Standards for Australia report said.
Nonroad engine manufacturers are approaching the Tier 4 emissions standard deadlines.
Following on from the introduction of the Euro 4 emissions standard, the future Euro 5 standards are at the heart of Bosch's developments," says Dohle.
But after nine months, vehicles still aren't being monitored for that tougher emissions standard.
GE was the first to bring to market locomotives that met the EPA's January 2005 Tier II emissions standard.
Contract notice: Purchase of 4 intercity buses with a maximum vehicle length of 15 m, euro 6 emissions standard equipment as per the disability equality act and the purchase of 2 interurban buses with a vehicle maximum length of 14.
For spark-ignition engines used in marine generators, EPA is adopting a more stringent Phase 3 CO emissions standard of 5 g/kW-hr.
Where the first LEV required vehicles to meet the emissions standard for 10 years, LEV II will require 15 years.
with diesel engine: minimum emissions standard level com 3a.
for which either the National Emissions Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) or New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) were proposed after November 15, 1990;

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