Standard Motor Products Expands Emission-Control Program

Standard Motor Products Expands Emission-Control Program

The program offers more than 1,500 EVAP components and 4,000 products for crankcase and EGR emission.

Standard Motor Products (SMP) continues to add to its comprehensive emission-control program.

The program includes evaporative emission control (EVAP), exhaust-gas recirculation (EGR) and positive crankcase ventilation components.

Standard’s emission-control program helps technicians repair and maintain these complex systems.

Standard’s EVAP program includes canister-purge solenoids, canister-purge valves, canister-vent solenoids, EVAP-system integrity modules (ESIM), fuel-vapor canisters, fuel-vapor leak-detection pumps, vapor-canister purge valves, vapor-canister vent hoses and more.

Recently released Standard EVAP components include canister-purge solenoids for 2.1 million vehicles, including the 2021-2018 Honda Accord and 2021-2019 Acura RDX, as well as fuel-vapor canisters for popular import and domestic vehicles such as the 2022-2020 Hyundai Palisade and 2019 Chevrolet Malibu.

Fuel-vapor leak-detection pumps are now available for the 2021-2015 Volkswagen Golf and 2019-2015 Volkswagen GTI. Canister-purge valve hoses recently were introduced for 11.5 million General Motors, Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles.

Standard’s full EGR program includes EGR valves, control solenoids, position sensors, pressure sensors and EGR tubes. EGR valves covering an additional 4 million vehicles, including the 2023 RAM 2500 and 2021-2020 Ford Explorer, recently have been introduced. EGR control solenoids also are available for 1.1 million Hyundai and Kia vehicles, including the 2019-2015 Hyundai Sonata and 2020-2016 Kia Optima.

Standard’s crankcase program features crankcase breather hoses, crankcase filters, PCV valves, crankcase ventilation filters and more. More than 40 engine-crankcase breather hoses have been added since the beginning of the year, offering new coverage for more than 40 million vehicles. New PCV valves also have been released for General Motors, Lexus and Toyota vehicles, including the 2019-2018 Chevrolet Traverse.

Standard’s emission-control components are precision-engineered and tested for durability and OE-matching performance, according to the company. These parts undergo rigorous examination and product validation, including extensive performance benchmarking, product lifecycle testing and end-of-line testing. To ensure trouble-free operation, each component must pass comprehensive quality testing, including computer-controlled bench testing for resistance, leakage and response and flow rates, according to SMP.

“Our emission-control program offers more than 1,500 EVAP components and 4,000 products for crankcase and EGR emissions, providing our trusted partners with all of the components they need to keep vehicle emissions low,” said John Herc, vice president of vehicle control marketing for SMP. “Maintaining emissions-control systems with premium components is good for our industry and the planet.”

All new Standard emission-control components are listed in the catalog found at StandardBrand.com and in electronic catalog providers.

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