GE V250 is Tier II Compliant

Thursday, January 24, 2008
GE Marine received U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Tier II emissions compliance certification for its V250 diesel engine family.

“The EPA Tier II compliance certification for our V250 family of medium-speed diesel engines comes just months after we announced similar certification for our V228 diesel engine family,” said John Manison, manager of GE’s marine & stationary power business, Erie, Pa. “These certifications offer customers the flexibility to select from two GE engine families that are able to meet the toughest emissions requirements in the world.”

In order for the EPA to grant Tier II compliance certification for the V250 line, GE submitted results from emissions testing conducted on 12 and 16 cylinder V250 engines at its Erie facility.

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