Do the standard departure routes apply for all aircraft?

Propeller-driven aircraft are often instructed by air traffic control to deviate from the standard route (Standard Instrument Departure, SID). This is done in order to keep the SIDs free for faster jet aircraft traffic. This traffic would face delays if it had to follow the slower propeller-driven aircraft. As this is contrary to the mainport development of Schiphol, it was decided in the past that propeller-driven aircraft can be exempted from following the SID routes.