Hino Conducts Two-day Training Program on Vehicle Emission System
Published On Mar 31, 2016
Reaffirming its pledge towards reducing vehicle emission, Hino Australia has commenced an extensive training program last week on the inner mechanism of its vehicle's emission system. The training program was conducted at Hino's technical training centre in Sydney where technicians from across Hino's newest dealers have attended the course.
“Delivering quality service to our customers begins with ensuring our service staff have the skills and knowledge they need. Our vehicle emissions course offers information about the latest and most efficient solutions regarding diagnosis and maintenance of our SCR systems,” said Gus Belanszky, technical and service support manager at Hino Australia.
The training program has been designed by the company's training division and is intended to provide comprehensive knowledge and skills to the trainees on how to maintain Euro 5 emission standards. This newly developed course helps machinists to gain knowledge about the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) emissions systems, and allows them to distinguish it from the Diesel Particulate Active Reduction (DPR) system.
At present, the Hino 700 Series heavy-duty truck comes integrated with this SCR system that helps to isolate harmful nitrous oxides (NOx) from exhaust gases.
“Hino Trucks takes its responsibility to help reduce vehicle emissions very seriously and courses like this ensure the SCR systems fitted to our trucks operate exactly as they were designed to,” said Belanszky.
The training session also helped attendees to learn about the appropriate method of testing AdBlue solution and about the safety precautions to take while testing DPR and SCR System. Furthermore, it also helped trainees to know about how to carry out diagnostic emission system faults.
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