In comparing emissions data from equivalent engines, it is possible to identify good combustion from bad combustion and it can help pinpoint an exact mechanical combustion problem.
Mirenco utilizes the latest in portable emissions monitoring equipment, computer software, and technical expertise to analyze the exhaust emissions coming from each piece of diesel powered equipment. This helps determine the current state of combustion for each power unit.
Analyzing the exhaust stack of diesel engines is becoming of greater importance to help obtain maximum fuel savings and extending engine life.
The causes of increased vehicle emissions, loss of fuel efficiency and increased DPM are numerous. Mirenco will identify the most common problems that are associated with abnormal engine combustion results. This data that is taken from an engine evaluation can be compared to other equivalent engines. The abnormal amounts of combustion loss that occurs can usually be associated to an engine that has some degree of internal combustion degradation. In comparing emissions data from equivalent engines, it is possible to separate good combustion from bad combustion and as it has happened in many cases one can pinpoint an exact mechanical combustion problem.
Mirenco's primary business revolves around MDEP or "Mirenco Diesel Evaluation Procedure" which is an engine health reporting service. MDEP was developed through the years of experience in both the lab and the field. MDEP reports provide an engine health diagnostic tool which is based on the engine's combustion. Mirenco is able to use its extensive database which is composed of thousands of MDEP evaluations to diagnose many of the common engine combustion problems. Consequently, the repairs, adjustments, and/or the installation of a C-Max or D-Max have produced substantial improvements in fuel efficiency and in reduced tailpipe emissions.