Mr. Jim Payne reports
DYNACERT RELEASES VERIFICATION OF ITS ADVANCES IN REEFER ENGINE PERFORMANCE
DynaCERT Inc. has finalized 2017 performance testing of its innovative HydraGEN technology on refrigerated trailer (reefer) diesel engines. The results that were first reported in the Sept. 21, 2017, press release by the company have been verified and are now available on the company's website for review in a report titled "HydraGEN -- reefer Testing 2017," and a summary report titled "Performance Results on reefer Diesel Engines."
The test protocol measured hourly results at different temperature set points of the reefer's refrigeration unit to benchmark the engine's fuel consumption and emission results under various climatic conditions. This was conducted over many months to verify results.
These tests, conducted by DynaCERT, show the following average results:
Fuel consumption from 4.6 pounds per hour to 3.5 pounds per hour, or a 25-per-cent reduction;
- Mono-nitrogen oxides (NOx) from 150.5 grams per hour to 105.8 grams per hour, or a 30-per-cent reduction;
Carbon monoxide (CO) from 156.9 grams per hour to 77.5 grams per hour, or a 51-per-cent reduction;
Carbon dioxide (CO2) from 1,713.2 grams per hour to 952.8 grams per hour, or a 44-per-cent reduction.
These results point DynaCERT's new HG2 unit to a potential vast market for not only reefers but also Class 2 to Class 5 fixed-body delivery trucks, city buses and average trucks in the European, Asian and Indian 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 five litres.
DynaCERT's chief operating officer, Robert Maier, stated: "After months of rigorous testing, our team has succeeded in proving that the advanced HydraGEN unit will perform to standards expected by our clients. We are confidently launching the new HG2 unit as a state-of-the-art product from DynaCERT that will provide our best fuel savings to date. The use of a HydraGEN unit on diesel-powered vehicles will reduce the carbon footprint of users of our technology."
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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