Mr. Murray Payne reports
PRELIMINARY TEST RESULTS SHOW REFRIGERATED TRAILER ENGINE PERFORMANCE EXCEEDS DYNACERT'S EXPECTATIONS
After months of DynaCERT Inc.'s testing on a stationary refrigerated trailer (reefer) supplied by a national grocery chain, the fuel improvements have been exceptional. A second reefer has been delivered to DynaCERT in order to duplicate the testing process for even further confirmation of the effectiveness of the DynaCERT HydraGEN technology.
The test protocol measured hourly results at different temperature set points of the refrigeration unit to benchmark the engine's fuel consumption and emission results under various conditions. This was conducted over many weeks to verify results.
The HydraGEN unit was then connected to the engine's air intake and the testing followed the same protocol as the benchmark testing and recorded improved fuel consumption and emission results.
While testing continues, current results show fuel consumption reductions exceeding 20 per cent at selected different temperature set points and as high as 28 per cent when the reefer engine was operating at a steady state. The current test also shows results of similar reductions in emissions as attained in the PIT testing of HG1 units (see press release of Sept. 21, 2017 "Milestone exceeded by DynaCERT's HydraGEN technology: initial PIT group test results show emission reductions -- NOx reduced by 46.1 per cent").
Testing has begun on the second reefer trailer to replicate these results.
These results point DynaCERT's new HG2 unit to a potential vast market for not only reefers but also Class 2-5 fixed-body delivery trucks, city buses and average trucks in the European, Asian and India marketplace. The company has made significant progress in the development of the HG2 unit, which is approximately 25 per cent of the size of the HG1 unit, thereby allowing for a broader range of applications for diesel engines with displacements of up to 10 litres.
DynaCERT's chief operating officer, Robert Maier, states: "We believe that these fuel savings results are indicative for all diesel engines regardless of age or manufacturer. The use of a HydraGEN unit on all diesel vehicles will certainly contribute to the goals of the Paris Accord to reduce greenhouse gases with climate-resilient development."
In other related news, the DynaCERT proprietary electronic control unit, the smart compact ECU2, which was developed for the HydraGEN HG2 unit, has passed initial prescreen FCC testing requirements and is expected to be released for production in the next few weeks. DynaCERT has just completed the expansion of its new assembly plant to accommodate the manufacturing of the HG2 units which are expected to be ready for delivery near the end of Q4 2017.
DynaCERT manufactures, distributes and installs carbon emission reduction technology for use with internal combustion engines. The company's patent-pending technology creates hydrogen and oxygen on demand through electrolysis and supplies these additives through the air intake to enhance combustion, resulting in lower carbon emissions and greater fuel efficiency. The company's technology is currently in use with on-road applications.
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