Off-Road Compression-Ignition Engine Emission Regulations (SOR/2005-32)

Regulations are current to 2019-06-20 and last amended on 2012-01-16. Previous Versions

Transportation Refrigeration Unit

  •  (1) The following definition applies in this section.

    transportation refrigeration unit

    transportation refrigeration unit means a refrigeration system that is powered by an engine and that is designed to control the temperature of products that are transported in rolling stock, vehicles or trailers. (dispositif frigorifique de transport)

  • (2) The following engines that are used in a transportation refrigeration unit may, instead of conforming to the exhaust emission standards set out in subparagraphs 10(1)(b)(i) and (c)(i), conform to those set out in sections 645(a), (b), (d)(2), (d)(3), (e) and (f), subpart G, of CFR 1039:

    • (a) an engine of the 2012 model year that has a gross power of less than 37 kW; and

    • (b) an engine of the 2012 to 2015 model years that has a gross power of 37 kW to less than 56 kW.

  • (3) An engine referred to in subsection (2) shall bear either

    • (a) a label that sets out

      • (i) a statement, in both official languages, that the engine is to be used exclusively in a transportation refrigeration unit,

      • (ii) the model year of the engine,

      • (iii) the date of manufacture of the engine,

      • (iv) the gross power or gross power category of the engine,

      • (v) an identification of the emission control system, and

      • (vi) the name of the engine manufacturer; or

    • (b) the U.S. emission control information label referred to in section 645(d)(1), subpart G, of CFR 1039.

  • SOR/2011-261, s. 11

Replacement Engines

  •  (1) In this section, replacement engine means an engine manufactured exclusively to replace an engine in a machine for which no current model year engine with the physical or performance characteristics necessary for the operation of the machine is manufactured by the manufacturer of the original engine.

  • (2) If the manufacturer of the replacement engine does not manufacture a current model year engine with the physical or performance characteristics necessary for the operation of the machine, the replacement engine may conform to, instead of the standards set out in sections 9 to 11,

    • (a) in the case where there exists a replacement engine manufactured to the specifications of a model year later than the model year of the original engine and with the physical or performance characteristics necessary for the operation of the machine,

      • (i) the standards referred to in sections 9 to 11 applicable to an engine manufactured to the specification of the model year of the replacement engine, or

      • (ii) if none of the standards referred to in sections 9 to 11 apply, the manufacturer’s specifications; and

    • (b) in any other case,

      • (i) the standards referred to in sections 9 to 11 applicable to the original engine, or

      • (ii) if none of the standards referred to in sections 9 to 11 applied, the manufacturer’s specifications.

  • (3) A replacement engine shall bear a label that meets the requirements set out in

    • (a) section 8 and that sets out

      • (i) a statement, in both official languages, that the engine is a replacement engine,

      • (ii) the model year of the engine or the emission standard according to which the engine was manufactured,

      • (iii) the date of manufacture of the engine,

      • (iv) the gross power or gross power category of the engine,

      • (v) an identification of the emission control system, and

      • (vi) the name of the engine manufacturer; or

    • (b) section 1003(b)(7), subpart K, of CFR 89 or section 240(b)(6), subpart C, of CFR 1068, as the case may be.

  • SOR/2011-261, s. 12

Transition Engines

  •  (1) This section applies to an engine for which a company elects to apply a standard set out in subsection (2), hereinafter referred to as a transition engine, that

    • (a) is imported into or manufactured in Canada for the purpose of being installed in or on a machine; or

    • (b) is installed in or on a machine that is imported into Canada.

  • (2) Instead of the standards referred to in sections 9 to 11, a company may elect to apply one or more of the following standards to transition engines that fall within the following gross power categories if, in the case of an engine referred to in paragraph (1)(a), the engine is installed in Canada during the applicable time period for that standard or, in the case of an engine referred to in paragraph (1)(b), the engine is imported before the end of that same time period:

    • (a) in the case of transition engines that have a gross power of less than 19 kW, until December 31, 2014, the standards for Tier 2 engines set out in CFR 89 as referred to in paragraph 10(1)(a);

    • (b) in the case of transition engines that have a gross power of 19 kW to less than 37 kW,

      • (i) until December 31, 2014, the standards for Tier 2 engines set out in CFR 89 as referred to in paragraph 10(1)(a), and

      • (ii) until December 31, 2018, the standards for interim Tier 4 engines set out in Table 2 to section 102, subpart B, of CFR 1039;

    • (c) in the case of transition engines that have a gross power of 37 kW to less than 56 kW,

      • (i) until December 31, 2014, the standards for Tier 2 engines set out in CFR 89 as referred to in paragraph 10(1)(a), and

      • (ii) until December 31, 2018, the standards for interim Tier 4 engines set out in Table 3 to section 102, subpart B, of CFR 1039;

    • (d) in the case of transition engines that have a gross power of 56 kW to less than 75 kW,

      • (i) until December 31, 2018, the standards for Tier 3 engines set out in CFR 89 as referred to in paragraph 10(1)(a), and

      • (ii) during the period beginning on January 1, 2014 and ending on December 31, 2020, the phase-out standards for interim Tier 4 engines set out in Table 4 to section 102, subpart B, of CFR 1039;

    • (e) in the case of transition engines that have a gross power of 75 kW to less than 130 kW,

      • (i) until December 31, 2018, the standards for Tier 3 engines set out in CFR 89 as referred to in paragraph 10(1)(a), and

      • (ii) during the period beginning on January 1, 2014 and ending on December 31, 2020, the phase-out standards for interim Tier 4 engines set out in Table 5 to section 102, subpart B, of CFR 1039;

    • (f) in the case of transition engines that have a gross power of 130 kW to 560 kW,

      • (i) until December 31, 2017, the standards for Tier 3 engines set out in CFR 89 as referred to in paragraph 10(1)(a), and

      • (ii) during the period beginning on January 1, 2014 and ending on December 31, 2020, the phase-out standards for interim Tier 4 engines set out in Table 6 to section 102, subpart B, of CFR 1039; and

    • (g) in the case of transition engines that have a gross power of more than 560 kW,

      • (i) until December 31, 2012, the standards for Tier 1 engines set out in CFR 89 as referred to in paragraph 10(1)(a),

      • (ii) until December 31, 2017, the standards for Tier 2 engines set out in CFR 89 as referred to in paragraph 10(1)(a), and

      • (iii) during the period beginning on January 1, 2015 and ending on December 31, 2021, the standards for interim Tier 4 engines set out in Table 7 to section 102, subpart B, of CFR 1039.

  • (3) Subject to subsection (4), a transition engine shall bear either

    • (a) a label that sets out the information described in section 10.1 along with a statement, in both official languages, that the engine is a transition engine; or

    • (b) the U.S. emission control information label referred to in section 625(j)(1), subpart G, of CFR 1039.

  • (4) A transition engine that has a gross power of more than 560 kW to which a company has elected to apply the standards referred to in subparagraph (2)(g)(i) shall bear either

    • (a) a label that sets out the information described in section 10.1 along with a statement, in both official languages, that the engine is a transition engine; or

    • (b) the U.S. emission control information label referred to in section 102(i)(9), subpart B, of CFR 89.

  • SOR/2011-261, s. 13
 
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