Process and Control for Producing Anti-Emission Carburetors 690138
The advent of emission controls for automobiles in California in 1966 triggered a period of expansion in carburetion technology. The industry's design and application engineers have been diligently developing carburetors that satisfy the early California and the 1968 nation-wide emission limits while maintaining performance characteristics. The present paper explains the need for improved carburetor uniformity; describes a program currently in operation to achieve uniformity; and illustrates process changes being generated as a result of the program.
Carter Carburetor Div., ACF Industries, Inc.
1969 International Automotive Engineering Congress and Exposition
100 Years of Engine Developments-PT-115, Engineering Know-How in Engine Design Part 17-Anti-Emission Carburetors, Hydraulic Valve Lifters, V-8 Engine, Nonmetallic Gaskets, and Engine Oils-SP-0347