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The International Maritime Organization has issued Regulation 13 to Annex VI of MARPOL 73/78, which is enforceable beginning January 1, 2000 for diesel engines above 130 kW (174 HP) installed on a vessel. This regulation exempts diesel engines used exclusively in emergency applications.


IMO - Tier I Certified Product Line

All IMO Tier I - certified products will include an "IMO1" designation in the product ratings table that appears on each product home page.

IMO - Tier II Certified Product Line

The regulation indicates that IMO Tier II certified engines will be required for vessels with a keel-laid date on or after January 2011. Additionally, the requirements can be triggered when major modifications are made to existing engines, but identical engines can be used to replace existing IMO Tier I certified engines.

All IMO Tier II - certified products will include an "IMO2" designation in the product ratings table that appears on each product home page.

IMO - Tier III Certified Product Line

Existing Cummins technology provides a key building block as we move forward to the next level of IMO regulations. We have invested significantly in a broad technology portfolio which extends from air intake to exhaust aftertreatment. Because of this investment, we are able to leverage our broad experience in other engine markets.

Cummins remains focused on providing outstanding customer value while meeting the toughest emissions standards. As we face these unprecedented technological hurdles, customers can be assured Cummins will be ready with a full product line certified to future IMO emissions standards.

If you are looking for information on EIAPPs, contact your local Cummins distributor.

For additional information... The charts above are displayed for reference purposes only and do not depict the various options available to engine manufacturers. See the appropriate regulation for specific details and options related to emission standards and implementation dates.