Parker Hannifin scoop top prize at British Engineering Excellence Awards

Superimpactor CCV has won the top prize at this year's British Engineering Excellence Awards.

The company picked up the overall Grand Prix Prize as well as the National Instruments sponsored Green Product of the Year Award at the fourth annual British Engineering Excellence Awards held at 8 Northumberland Avenue, London, on October 25.


The Racor Superimpactor crankcase ventilator, or CCV, reduces diesel engine emissions in line with Euro 6/tier 4 legislation in a lightweight package made from environmentally safe, recyclable materials.

Executive director of award organisers Findlay Media Ed Tranter said: "The Super Impactor has the potential to reduce the environmental impact of the 30million diesel engines manufactured each year around the world. The UK's engineering sector remains a world leader and entries to this year's Awards reinforce that view."

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