Bosch Sponsors Diesel Exhaust Aftertreatment Training

Bosch Sponsors Diesel Exhaust After-Treatment Training

Robert Bosch LLC is sponsoring an online training on Diesel Exhaust Aftertreatment, hosted by Michael Oliveros, president of Williams Diesel Service in Ocala, Florida. 

Bosch online diesel exhaust training

Robert Bosch LLC is sponsoring an online training on Diesel Exhaust Aftertreatment, hosted by Michael Oliveros, president of Williams Diesel Service in Ocala, Florida.

The live training will take place June 27 from 2-3 p.m. The cost of the online training is $100.

The first diesel exhaust gas after-treatment components were introduced over 10 years ago and are required on all common rail diesel vehicles today. The training will provide an in-depth presentation on diesel after-treatment system designs, system history, federal emission standards, plus theory and operation, according to training website AVI.  The program will provide a detailed analysis of individual system components, including what causes them to fail and how to diagnose and service them correctly.

Other topics covered include:

  • Diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC)
  • Diesel particulate filter (DPF)
  • Selective catalyst reduction (SCR)
  • System troubleshooting and diagnosis tips
  • Component servicing and cost saving preventive maintenance
  • Future systems discussion

You can learn more and register here.

Oliveros has over 20 years of experience with diesel fuel injection systems and test equipment.  His expertise and experience include fuel system component rebuilding, vehicle diagnosis and repair, exhaust after-treatment systems and test equipment design and operation. He is a contract instructor for the Robert Bosch Corporation and considered one of the leading experts on Bosch common rail fuel systems in North America.  He has served on technical discussion panels for the Association of Diesel Specialist and is a current member of the Bosch Service Dealer Council.

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