Engine exhaust emissions are high on the agenda at this years Safety and Health Expo at the NEC, 11-13 May. Visitors who operate diesel fuelled engines can understand more about their exhaust emissions and how to treat them by visiting Pyroban Envirosafe in Hall 2, stand 54.
Jim Maloney, General Manager for Pyroban Envirosafe explains Exhaust emissions, their impact on health and increasingly the environment need careful consideration by engine operators.
On indoor applications, reducing toxic exhaust fumes can lower time lost due to respiratory related illnesses. The fitting of an exhaust filter can prevent longer term illnesses that can result from prolonged exposure to particulate matter, and reduce the subsequent risk of being sued for failing to take appropriate action.
Used outdoors, the engines produce black carbon, the second largest contributor to climate change after CO2. By installing a filter, up to 95% of the emitted black carbon is trapped at source.
The company manufactures, supplies and fits catalysts, spark arresters and diesel particulate filters (DPF) for vehicles and stationary engines of all power ratings. In addition, Pyroban Envirosafe can also address emissions from LPG powered engines.
The range includes systems for permanent installation, such as the Acti-Trap brand, through to the short-term Temp-Trap disposable filters suitable for hire-company applications.
Pyroban Envirosafe looks to serve the international markets with an advanced, proven range of solutions that stop exhaust emissions at source.