Guidance document on Off-Road Compression-Ignition Engine Emission Regulations: appendix G
Appendix VII: engine information label for engines, other than transition engines, that are not EPA certified
As described in G.4.2.3, below is a sample engine information label, meeting the requirements provided in section 10.1 of the Regulations, for engines, other than transition engines, that are not Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certified. For a type 3 submission, a copy or reproduction of the engine information label must be included in the submission of evidence of conformity.
Emission Control Information
Company XY, inc
“THIS ENGINE CONFORMS TO ALL APPLICABLE STANDARDS FOR THE [insert model year] MODEL YEAR PRESCRIBED BY THE CANADIAN OFF-ROAD COMPRESSION-IGNITION ENGINE EMISSION REGULATIONS IN EFFECT ON THE DATE OF MANUFACTURE / CE MOTEUR EST CONFORME À TOUTES LES NORMES QUI SONT APPLICABLES À L’ANNÉE DE MODÈLE [inscrire l’année de modèle] EN VERTU DU RÈGLEMENT SUR LES ÉMISSIONS DES MOTEURS HORS ROUTE À ALLUMAGE PAR COMPRESSION CANADIEN EN VIGUEUR À LA DATE DE SA CONSTRUCTION”;
Model year : ####
Date of manufacture: month/year
Power category : ### - ### kW
Emission control system: ααα
Engine family: ΩΩΩΩα####ΩΩΩ
Engine displacement: ##.# L
Advertised power: ### kW at #### rpm
Engine tune-up specifications and adjustments: […]
This engine is certified to operate on ultra low-sulfur diesel fuel.
α : Are alpha fields
# : Are numeric fields
Ω : Are alphanumeric fields
Position 1: model year codes
J - 2018
Positions 2-4: code assigned by EPA for each manufacturer
Insert the 3-character alphanumeric EPA manufacturer code assigned to your company. If your company does not have an assigned EPA manufacturer code, please contact Environment Canada at the contact information found within this document.
Position 5: industry sector codes (formerly called “family type code”)
L - Off-road CI engine
Positions 6-9: engine displacement
Insert the applicable engine displacement. Engine displacement units are litres (for example, 05.7 where the decimal point counts as a digit and the leading zero is a space) or cubic inches (for example, 0350, 0097). For large displacement engines, the displacement may be entered as XX.X (for example, 12.1). Small engines may be entered as a .XXX for example, .072, 0.07, 00.7). In all cases the displacement will be read in litres if a decimal point is entered and in cubic inches if there is no decimal point.
Positions 10-12: sequence characters
Enter any combination of valid characters to provide a unique identification for the family name. At a minimum, the sequence characters, in combination with the other characters in the engine family name, must provide a unique identifier for each engine family name for a manufacturer for each model year. Further, it is recommended that numbers and letters be selected that minimize possible confusion. The sequence characters themselves could be used to represent other information such as the applicable EPA or California emission standards; however, Environment Canada will treat these as simple sequence characters with no additional meaning.
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