Eminox is a leading European designer and manufacturer of exhaust after treatment systems for heavy duty vehicles and equipment. Established in 1978, our head office and manufacturing facilities are in Lincolnshire, UK.

We supply to powertrain, bus, truck, rail, and non-road mobile machine manufacturers around the world. We have developed systems for global OEMs to meet Euro VI and Stage IV standards and are now working on programmes to provide Stage V solutions for off-road OEMs.

We are also a leading supplier of emission control systems for retrofit to vehicles already in service. Our range includes CRT® and SCRT®.

SCRT® enables older vehicles to meet emissions standards equivalent to Euro VI, proven in real world urban operation. The Eminox Continuously Regenerating Trap (CRT®) system is the market-leading solution for reducing particulate matter from diesel exhausts.

Our in-house Research and Development facility allows us to develop and test the next generation of exhaust and emission control systems. We also have a long-standing relationship with Johnson Matthey, one of the world’s leading catalyst technology companies, and work closely with them on the development of new products and technologies. Our manufacturing capability is designed for flexibility, combined with rapid prototyping and quick turn-around.


We are part of the privately owned Hexadex group

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