The emissions of diesel engines have always been a challenging problem. Deteriorating air quality and concerns about climate change are driving global regulations for control of harmful combustion emissions. Regulatory standards have been adopted worldwide to control the emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx), particulate matter (PM), carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2) from on- and off-road, internal combustion engine exhaust.
Exposure to diesel exhaust is part of our everyday lives. We encounter diesel-powered vehicles and the air pollution they create every day. In thousands of medical studies, scientists have documented serious adverse health impacts from the air pollutants resulting from diesel exhaust. Governments now recognise that black carbon soot is the number two cause of climate change and the most important component of air pollution affecting our public health. Health authorities have identified diesel particulate matter as a toxic air contaminant owing to its potential to cause cancer, premature death and other health problems.
As an advanced Technology company, IEEP are a manufacturer and distributor of emission control products and solutions to OEM's and end users.
IEEP are a leading manufacturer and distributor of heavy duty exhaust components, control systems and solutions to OEMs and end users.
Our business is driven by increasingly stringent global emission standards for diesel engines, which are major sources of a variety of harmful pollutants.
IEEP Knows How to Reduce Emissions
Our solutions significantly reduce four of the principal, harmful emissions produced by Diesel Engines.
Our solutions assist in reducing the following:
- Particulate matter (PM) or “soot” that contains over 40 known cancer-causing compounds according to the California Air Resources Board (CARB)
- Oxides of nitrogen (NOx) produces smog
- Hydrocarbons (HC) a precursor to ground-level ozone, a serious air pollutant known to cause adverse health effects according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
- Carbon monoxide (CO) reduces oxygen delivery within the body