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"Emitec's PM METALIT(R) can reduce particulate matter by up to 80 percent, depending on the engine application," said Mike Kerby, president of Emitec, Inc.
Brustle succeeds current president, ...
Brustle succeeds current president, Mike Kerby, who has been elected to the newly created position of strategic development officer.In this key role, Kerby will ensure a seamless executive transition and the continued high level of service and quality Emitec customers expect.
deep understanding of Emitec's exhaust aftertreatment and evaporative emissions technologies, Brustle will be a driving force in providing strategic and innovative emission solutions for Emitec's current and potential customers.Brustle will work out of Emitec's
North American headquarters in Auburn Hills, Mich.Before joining Emitec, Brustle served at Schaeffler KG as vice president, research and development Engine Systems Division INA, Germany, where he was responsible for worldwide product development activities.Prior to this position, he served for five years as vice president, research and development at Mercury Marine, United States, where he was responsible for all worldwide product development activities and methodologies of engines, transmissions and electronics.
Additionally, Brustle demonstrated his
leadership and engineering skills through 16 years in various management positions at Porsche AG
, Germany, where he
specialized in new engine concepts and their industrialization, high-performance and racing engine development, and advanced powertrain engineering.His professional career started as an application and development engineer at Garrett AiResearch in the United States and Germany, developing turbocharging systems for European OEMs.
Michael Kerby, President, Emitec, North America
Platinum today: Emitec unveils next-gen diesel catalyst
Emitec's president, Mike Kerby, said: "Oxidation catalysts lower CO and HC emissions of diesel engines and support the functions of PM filter catalysts."Mr Kerby
added that it is important to achieve a high performance to volume ratio with catalysts, saying they "should be coupled as closely as possible to the engine".