Johnson Matthey is a leading supplier of retrofit diesel emissions control systems for non-road machinery.

18 June 2015 - Johnson Matthey offers DPF retrofit advice for non-road machines at London Build 2015

Date: 18/06/2015

Royston/London, 18 June 2015 Johnson Matthey, a global leader in emissions control technology, will be offering diesel particulate filter (DPF) retrofit advice to the construction industry at London Build 2015, being held at The O2, London, 18-19 June. 

As construction sites in London are responsible for around 12 per cent of Londons NOx emissions, and 15 per cent of particulate matter (PM), the Mayor of London is set to introduce a new Low Emission Zone for non-road mobile machinery on sites in the capital.  From September 2015 it will become a legal requirement for construction machinery to comply with the new emissions limits on certain sites.  Johnson Matthey will be able to answer questions about DPF retrofit for non-road machines and discuss how operators can comply with the new emissions requirements at Stand E18.

Guy Tremayne, Marketing Manager at Johnson Matthey says: It is a legal requirement in many countries and regions for non-road machines to be fitted with filter systems for occupational health reasons and also to improve air quality, as the technology can reduce the number of harmful particulates emitted by Diesel engines by more than 99%. Experts will be available on our stand at London Build 2015 to advise operators on options for meeting Londons new emission requirements.

Johnson Mattheys European Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) Group has over 20 years experience of engineering retrofit DPFsystems for many types of non-road machinery. Its systems provide a choice for operators needing to comply with particulate matter limits from September 2015. Its certified technologies will enable machinery to go well beyond the Stage IIIA (Greater London) and IIIB (Central Activity Zone and Canary Wharf) PM limits. 

Johnson Matthey will be exhibiting diesel emissions control systems suitable for a variety of heavy duty construction machines such as excavators, loaders, telehandlers, piling rigs, crawler cranes and dump trucks. They offer a range of filter sizes, types and regeneration methods to cover most applications. 


Further information can be found at www.jmdpf.com, or by visiting Stand E18 at London Build 2015.

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About Johnson Matthey

Johnson Matthey is a global speciality chemicals company underpinned by science, technology and its people.  A leader in sustainable technologies, many of the groups products enhance the quality of life of millions through their beneficial impact on the environment, human health and wellbeing.  

Johnson Matthey has operations in over 30 countries and employs around 13,000 people. Its products and services are sold across the world to a wide range of advanced technology industries. 

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Catalyst Communications
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