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EPA Gives Parker-Hannifin Hydraulic Hybrid Tech the Nod

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In brief: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has added the Parker-Hannifin RunWise hydraulic hybrid system to its National Clean Diesel Campaign Emerging Technologies List.

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The Emerging Technologies List is the list from which most late-developing technologies in heavy-duty diesels get funding for evaluation of the technologies in the field.

Currently, the RunWise system is on the road in Florida and several other areas of North America.

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The Parker RunWise Advanced Series Hybrid Drive system is capable of reducing emissions by up to 50% and increasing fuel economy by up to 73% in heavy vehicles of Classes 5-8.

The system is packaged in a cradle design (see photo) that allows easy installation on existing or new applications for testing and use as well as access for easier servicing in the field.

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Parker-Hannifin is working on a lighter-duty variation for use in package delivery, transit buses, and another variation for terminal tractors (yard/trailer hostlers).

Photo credits: Parker-Hannifin