Thunder Creek Equipment has announced a free webinar focused on Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) handling and best practices for the construction industry. The webinar, scheduled for Tuesday, December 6th at 1:30pm CST, will cover important topics related to the construction industry, such as how DEF can become contaminated in transit or on a jobsite, as well as the many types of risks to high-horsepower equipment associated with improper DEF handling.
The webinar will also cover standards and best practices to maintain DEF purity, the value of API-Certified DEF and many other important topics relates to DEF handling for construction equipment.
“Worldwide DEF consumption is expected to increase more than 400 percent in the next 10 years,” says Luke Van Wyk, owner and national sales manager, Thunder Creek Equipment. “If a business owner isn’t currently running machines with Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), it is very likely that they will be soon. We put together this webinar to help educate owners, operators, fleet managers, technicians, purchasers—anyone who works with DEF—so that as an industry we can continue to define standards and best practices as this technology becomes a more critical part of our world.”
Van Wyk will serve as the host and moderator of the webinar. In addition to his role at Thunder Creek, Van Wyk also serves on the Association of Equipment Management Professionals’ committee for fuel and DEF purity. He is also a regular speaker at the annual Integer Emissions Summit & DEF Forum USA’s off-highway DEF market panel.
To register for the webinar, visit thundercreek.com/pages/def-webinar.html