Certification Data Values In The Quadvin Vehicle History Report
EPA = U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. CARB = California Air Resources Board. Manufacturer Model Name = The name of the Engine or Vehicle that will be produced under the certified Engine Family. Commercial Model Name = The advertised trade name or the commercial model name of the Engine or Vehicle. Engine Manufacturer Name = Full Legal Name of the Engine OEM. Engine Manufacturer Country = Country where the Engines were assembled. Vehicle Manufacturer Name = Full Legal Name of the Vehicle OEM. Vehicle Manufacturer Country = Country where the Vehicles were assembled. Application Type = The type of Application being submitted: NEW = New; CO = Carry-Over; RC = Running Change; FF = Field Fix; COR = Correction. EDV = Emission Data Vehicle/Engine. EPA Manufacturer Code - The 3-character alphanumeric code assigned by EPA to each manufacturer. US Manufacturer Name - full legal name of the U.S. manufacturer, U.S. importer, or U.S. representative seeking an EPA Certificate of Conformity and/or California ARB Executive Order (also referred to as the certificate holder). Engine Family Name - EPA's specified engine family naming convention for the applicable model year. Sales Areas of all Vehicles/Engines: 50S = All Models Are 50 States; 49S = Any State Excluding California; CA = Sold only in California (CA-Only); 50S+49S = Some 50, Some 49; 50S+CA = Some 50, Some California; 49S+CA = Some 49, Some California; 50S+49S+CA = Some 50, Some 49, Some California. Small Volume Manufacturer Identifier: NA = Not a EPA/CARB designated small volume manufacturer; SVM_EPA = Meets EPA small volume manufacturer criteria; USVM_EPA = Meets EPA ultra-small volume manufacturer criteria; SVM_CARB = Meets CARB small volume manufacturer criteria; SVM_EPA_CARB = small volume manufacturer for both EPA and CARB.
Exhaust Emission Test Type: FTP_C = 40CFR86, Subpart E: Chassis test; J1088 = SAE J1088: Engine Test; Other = Any other EPA/CARB approved (special) testing procedure. EPA Emissions Unit of Measure: G/KW-HR = grams per kilowatt-hour; G/KM = grams per kilometer. EPA HC Certification Level = The EPA certification level for total hydrocarbon (HC) exhaust emissions for this engine family: Must be less than or equal to EPA HC Standard. EPA NOx Certification Level = The EPA certification level for nitrogen oxide (NOx) exhaust emissions for this engine family. EPA HC+NOx Certification Level = The EPA certification level for total hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides (HC+NOx) exhaust emissions for this engine family: Must be less than or equal to either EPA HC+NOx Standard or EPA HC+NOx Family Emission Limit. EPA CO Certification Level = The EPA certification level for carbon monoxide exhaust emissions for this engine family: Must be less than or equal to either EPA CO Standard or EPA CO Family Emission Limit. Deterioration Factor Type = The type of EPA exhaust emission deterioration factor (DF) applicable for this Engine Family: A = additive; M = multiplicative; S = EPA specified DF. Deterioration Factor HC Value = The EPA exhaust emission DF generated for total hydrocarbon (THC). Deterioration Factor NOx Value = The EPA exhaust emission DF generated for nitrogen oxides (NOx). Deterioration Factor HC+NOx Value = The EPA exhaust emission DF generated for total hydrocarbon + nitrogen oxides (THC+NOx). Deterioration Factor CO Value = The EPA exhaust emission deterioration factor (DF) generated for carbon monoxide (CO). Greenhouse Gas Units of Measure = The Units of Measure used for the GHG Value: G/KW-HR = grams per kilowatt-hour; G/KM = grams per kilometer.
Fuel Tank Certification Method = The applicable Permeation Emissions Certification method used to certify the Fuel Tank: D = Design Technologies; T = Certified Tank; E = Emissions Tests. Fuel Tank CBD Technology = The applicable Fuel Tank Certify by Design technology. Fuel Line Certification Method = The applicable Permeation Emissions Certification method used to certify the Fuel Line: D = Design Technologies; T = Certified Tank; E = Emissions Tests. Fuel Line CBD Technology = The applicable Fuel Line Certify by Design technology. Fuel Type = Primary Operating Fuel Type of the Engine Family: GAS = Gasoline; BAT = Battery only Electric; BDS = Bio-Diesel; CNG = Compressed Natural Gas; DSL = Diesel; E85 = 85% Ethanol; ETH = 100% Ethanol; H2 = Hydrogen; HYD = Hybrid; LPG = Liquid Petroleum Gas; LNG = Liquified Natural Gas; OTH = Other. The type of Combustion Cycle for the Engine Family: 4 = 4-Stroke; 2 = 2-Stroke; O = Other. Number Of Cylinders = The number of cylinders or rotors for the Engine. Valves Per Cylinder = The number of valves per cylinder for the Engine. The applicable Engine Cooling Media type: A = air cooled; L = liquid-cooled; O = other. Engine Type = The applicable Engine Type for the Engine Family: SI = reciprocating (Otto Cycle); ROT = rotary; TUB = turbine; HEV = hybrid electric; FC = fuel cell; OTH = other. The type of Operating Fuel System for the Engine Family: S = single fuel system; B = bi-fuel system; MS = multiple, single fuel engine fuel system; MA = multiple fuel system for all engines. Catalytic Converter Indicator: Y = Yes; N = No. Catalytic Converter Type = The applicable Catalytic Converter type: C = three-way catalyst (TWC), single-bed, closed-loop warm-up; W = Three way catalyst (TWC), single bed, closed-loop, without warm-up; D = TWC, double-bed, open-loop; E = TWC, double-bed, closed-loop/warm-up; F = TWC, single-bed, electric warm-up; G = TWC, double-bed, electric warm-up; N = neither catalyst nor thermal reactor; O = oxidizing catalyst only; R = thermal reactor; T = TWC, single bed, open loop.
Fuel System Type = The applicable engine fuel system type for the Engine Family: SFI = sequential multiport fuel injection (select SFI for single cylinder fuel injection (because precisely timed); MFI = multiport fuel injection; TBI = throttle body fuel injection; DGI = direct gasoline fuel injection; Exhaust Gas Recirculation Indicator = An indication of whether or not the Engine Family uses an Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) technology as a part of the Emission Control System: Y = Yes; N = No. CARB = carburetor; OTH = Other. Control Module Type = The applicable Electronic Engine Control Module type: NA = not applicable; ECM = engine control module; ICM = ignition control module; PCM = power train control module; VCM = vehicle control module; OTH = other. Number of Carburetors = The number of Carburetors for the Engine Family. Air Aspiration Method: TC = turbocharger; SC = supercharger; NA = Natural; OTH = other. Charge Air Cooler Type: A = Air Cooler using Air Cooling; L = Air Cooler using Liquid Cooling; N = No air cooler. Control Module Type: NA = not applicable; ECM = engine control module; ICM = ignition control module; PCM = power train control module; VCM = vehicle control module; OTH = other. Air Injection Method: NA = not applicable; AIR = air injection reaction; PAIR = pulsed air injection reaction; OTH = other. ABT Program Indicator = An indication of whether or not the EF participates in an EPA and/or CARB emission averaging program: Y = Yes; N = No. EPA HC+NOx Family Emission Limit = The EPA family emission limit (FEL) for HC+NOx exhaust emissions for this engine family: Not allowed if ABT Program Type does not equal 'EPA', 'CARB', or 'BOTH'. EPA CO Family Emission Limit = The EPA family emission limit (FEL) for carbon monoxide exhaust emissions for this engine family: Not allowed if ABT Program Type does not equal 'EPA', 'CARB', or 'BOTH'. EPA HC Family Emission Limit = The EPA family emission limit (FEL) for total hydrocarbons (HC) for this engine family: Not allowed if ABT Program Type does not equal 'EPA', 'CARB', or 'BOTH'.
Feedback Sensor Indicator: Y = Yes; N = No. Feedback Sensor Type: O2s = Oxygen Sensors; HO2S = Heated Oxygen Sensor; O2S,HO2S = Both Heated and Regular Oxygen Sensors; AFS = Air Fuel Sensor; HAFS = Heated Air Fuel Sensor; OTH = Other Type of Sensor. Manufacturer Model Name = The exact vehicle or equipment model name of the EDV that was used to gather the exhaust emissions test data. Engine Displacement = The engine displacement for the Engine/Vehicle model (cc). Rated Power = The Rated Power at which the EDV was tested (PSI). Transmission Type: A = Automatic; M = Manual; CV = Continuously Variable. Number of Gears = The number of gears in the Transmission of the EDV. Road Load Force = The road load force of the EDV (N). Fuel Tank Permeation Material Type: Metal; Plastic; Fiberglass; Other. Fuel Tank Permeation Certification Details: Required if Fuel Tank Certification Method = 'D'; otherwise, not allowed. Evaporative EDV Type = The type of testing used to gather the exhaust emission certification test data: NEW = New; C/O = Carryover; C/A = Carry Across. EIM = Equivalent inertia mass. Emission Data Vehicle/Engine VIN = Emission Data Vehicle Identification Number or Manufacturer's ID. Engine Code = The specific Engine Code for the Engine or Vehicle within the Certified Engine Family. Rated Power = The rated or governed power for this Engine/Vehicle model (kW). RPM At Rated Power = The rated speed at which the rated power listed above is met for the Engine/Vehicle model (RPM). RPM To Speed (N/V) Ratio = The ratio of RPM to Speed for the Vehicle model.
VECI Label Type = The Vehicle Emission Compliance Information label for which the Vehicle model will be produced under and sold to: CA = California Sales w/ California Label; 49 = 49-state Sales w/ 49-state Label; 50 = 50-state sales w/ 50-state Label; ALL = California w/ 50 or 49-states labels, or 50-states and 49-states labels; 50+49 = 50-state and 49-state labels; 50+CA = California and 50-state labels; CA+49 = California and 49-state labels; CA+50 = 50 State Label with California only Certification. Model Category = The applicable Vehicle/Engine Category for the selected Model: HMC-IA = Class IA Highway Motorcycle With Displacement Less Than 50cc; HMC-IB = Class IB Highway Motorcycle With Displacement of 50cc through 169cc; HMC-II = Class II Highway Motorcycle With Displacement of 170cc through 279cc; HMC-III = Class III Highway Motorcycle With Displacement of 280cc and Over; OFMC = Off-road Motorcycle; ATVA = All-terrain Vehicle Category A (meets both EPA and ARB ATV definition); ATVB = All-terrain Vehicle Category B (meet EPA ATV definition); ATV = All-terrain Vehicle; UTV = Utility Vehicle (meet EPA UTV definition); ENGINE = Engine Certified for Use in Recreational Vehicles (EPA-only); ATVB+ENGINE = Both ATVB and ENGINE Categories for EPA; ATVB+UTV = Both ATVB and Utility Vehicle Categories for EPA; ATVB+UTV+ENGINE = Both ATVB, Utility Vehicle and ENGINE Categories for EPA; UTV+ENGINE = Both Utility Vehicle and ENGINE Category for EPA; OFRUV = Off-Road Utility Vehicle; OFRSV = Off-Road Sport Vehicle; SC = Sand Car.
By using the Quad VIN decoder it is available to verify what company is responsible for the certification process of your all-terrain vehicle, motorcycle, scooter, moped, utility vehicle, or side-by-side vehicle; get official certification data for engines assembled in those vehicles; verify a company's registration code in EPA as well as their manufacturer's information.
If you want to order certification data, you need to know the Commercial Model name of your vehicle. The Model Code located in the Vehicle Emission Control Information label (VECI) does not match in all cases with the Commercial Model name of the vehicle. If you need assistance, please email us at email@example.com and attach the Vehicle Identification Number and a photo of the Vehicle Emission Control Information Label ( VECI ).