A Change for the Better
Our Stage V new technologies are a healthier and cleaner approach to pump technology resulting in an improvement to the air quality on our planet and overall carbon footprint.
SPP Pumps has led the design and manufacture of centrifugal pumps and engineered pumping solutions for over 140 years. Over the years we have continued to evolve and adapt to environmental change in our industry and over the last decade, there has been no slowing down. With our current environment developments underway and upcoming plans helping shape our future, there is no time like the present to embrace green changes and adapt our pump ranges to produce efficient systems for worldwide applications.
What are Stage V Engine Emissions?
Stage V refers to the European Commission for air pollution prevention eliminating particulate matter (PM) emissions from diesel engines. The European Commission has proposed the world’s toughest emission standards for non-road mobile machinery (NRMM), such as construction equipment, railroad engines, inland waterway vessels, and off-road recreational vehicles.
The Stage V standards, adopted by the EU Parliament, will tighten restrictions on non-road engines and equipment and set stricter limits on emissions of particulate matter (PM). This creates a predictable and stable regulatory framework for working towards cleaner air.
We are ready for Stage V
With diesel engine exhaust particles as small as -2.5 and -0.1 microns in diameter, the World Health Organisation has classified these as being an increased risk to respiratory conditions in human health.
As a result, our new Stage V standards in emissions have been introduced and come into force mid-2021, and we at SPP Pumps have already ensured that our products meet these standards. We are thrilled to announce that these new standards are available across the full range of SPP dewatering pumps.
Please view our Stage V Dewatering Pump Brochure PDF to learn more about how these engine technologies will be making a change for the better. If you would like to know more information regarding the change to engine emissions and how they benefit both the environment and your business, please get in touch with your local SPP contact and our team will be happy to help. We look forward to hearing from you.