Nett Launches Second EPA 40 CFR PART 1065 Emissions Compliant Engine Test Cell

January 17, 2014 — Nett Technologies Inc. of Mississauga, Ontario is proud to announce the launch of its second EPA 40 CFR PART 1065 emissions compliant engine test cell to conduct product/engine performance measurements assisting the construction, mining, material handling, power generation, utility, on-road and marine industries.

Equipped with data acquisition systems and exhaust emission measuring equipment, this test cell has two eddy current dynamometers to test both small and medium sized engines. The cell can be used for steady state emission testing of Small Off Road Engines (SORE) and non-road Large Spark Ignited (LSI) engines and Non-Road Compression Ignition (NRCI) engines. These are typically used in hand held equipment, lawn mowers, floor buffers, portable generators, and various construction equipment. This new test cell has the capability to test engines in full compliance of EPA’s (Environmental Protection Agency) emission testing standards. The test cell was engineered and built by Nett Technologies Inc. to perform next generation product and engine testing in full compliance with the latest testing regulations.

Engine Test Cell A – Dyno Number One Engine Test Cell A – Dyno Number Two
Dyno: AE-20 Dyno: AE-80
Type: Eddy Current Type: Eddy Current
Max Speed: Up to 6,500 rpm Max Speed: Up to 9,000 rpm
Max Power: Up to 20 kW (26.5 hp) Max Power: Up to 80 kW (107 hp)
Max Torque: Up to 80 Nm (59 ft-lb) Max Torque: Up to 160 Nm (118 ft-lb)
Emission Measurement:
Raw Gas Measurement (RGM)
Emission Measurement:
Raw Gas Measurement (RGM)

Achieving this new quality assurance level in engine testing is conforming to Nett Technologies’ on-going commitment to provide top performing, reliable and durable emission control solutions to its valued customers. By investing into its second engine testing cell facility, Nett Technologies Inc. has reasserted itself as an industry leader in both engine testing and product innovation. Nett now expands their engine testing capabilities to include small and medium sized engines up to 80kW in test cell “A” and medium and heavy-duty engines up to 220kW in test cell “B”. Nett’s technical and innovative expertise coupled with increased testing capacity presents new opportunities for product development, verifications and engine certifications.

Discover the many ways Nett Technologies Inc. can help you and your organization meet emission regulatory compliance. Visit us online today at for all your emission control solutions.

For further information, please contact:

Thomas Hodgson
Testing Manager, Nett Technologies Inc.
[email protected]
(905) 672-5453 x 135

About Nett Technologies Inc.

Located in the Greater Toronto Area, Nett Technologies Inc. is an innovative emissions control company that specializes in the design, development and manufacture of pollution control solutions for today’s compression and spark-ignited engines for both the OEM and retrofit markets. Sold and supported globally, Nett Technologies Inc., develops and manufactures proprietary catalytic solutions that use the latest in diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC), diesel particulate filter (DPF), selective catalytic reduction (SCR), engine electronics, stationary engine silencer, exhaust system and exhaust gas dilution technologies. Our reliable and real-world emission solutions will extend the useable life of existing equipment while allowing you to avoid costly future replacements. During our manufacturing processes, we use the best of materials, innovative product design and workmanship. We manufacture emission control solutions that are California Air Resources Board (ARB) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) verified. As the emission control authority, we are here to help you navigate through the hassles and complexities of emission control compliance. We are the industry leader and innovator of direct-fit emission control solutions to the construction, mining, material handling, power generation, utility, transit and trucking, marine and locomotive industries achieving new standards in emission control excellence.