Dedicated to Improving Transportation and Powered Equipment Systems
SPI.Systems Corporation is a team of engineers, scientists and business leaders, focused on the performance and environmental impact of transportation and powered equipment systems.
SPI’s mission is to make
“The Future Enabling Technology” available NOW, when it’s so critical.
Reduced carbon footprint.
Reduced fossil fuel usage.
Reduced greenhouse gases.
Reduced health hazards.
Reduced global warming.
Applying scientific advancement to the improvement of motive power systems through chemical and mechanical engineering. SPI.Systems Corporation makes “Future Enabling Technologies” for diesel emission control into reality
Service Professionals, Inc. (SPI), an engineering company founded in 1992 providing new systems for support of heavy truck and equipment fleets in reducing their costs of operations and maintenance. That history includes innovations in computerized products and systems of emission control diagnostics and vehicle service on behalf of OEM dealers and independent service organizations.
The company has expanded its focus to include the engineering and production of proven products that enhance engine performance and reduces emissions. The evidence of that commitment is the SPIER SYSTEM™ which applies a new approach to reuse of the chemical constituents in diesel exhaust to enhance combustion and reduce the diesel carbon dioxide and nitrogen oxide footprints to a degree never considered possible. To accomplish such an achievement, the company applies a combination of physical and organic chemistries to the thermodynamic principles of engines.
Our Founder - Jack Schickler
SPI was founded by Jack Schickler. Jack is a retired General Motors executive with over 55 years of emission control engineering experience. He has formed several companies that provide performance solutions for both vehicles and equipment, and the production of products for such purposes. SPI takes what Jack calls a “holistic” approach with his teams. His passion is evident in creation of THE SPIER SYSTEM™ as a contribution to reducing global warming, which Jack believes can be done with the inventiveness of those who apply their technical knowledge to solving societal problems.
BS Mechanical Engineering, Kettering University
MS Chemical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
MA St. Bernard’s Institute
Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honorary
Sigma Xi Scientific Honorary