Award winning dynaCERT is saving the planet one diesel engine at a time
Winning awards as an innovation company has to be proof positive that you are doing something right.
Canadian Company dynaCERT Inc. (TSXV: DYA | OTCQB: DYFSF) manufactures, distributes, and installs Carbon Emission Reduction Technology (CERT) for use with internal combustion engines. The company is excited to receive from the German Design Council, the prize for Energy Solutions for the year 2019 in the Business-to-Business category. Its HydraGEN™ Technology was announced as the winner at the recent German Innovation Awards competition.
HydraGEN™ is a portable, safe and reliable aftermarket unit that produces hydrogen and oxygen on demand and is designed for on-road applications with class 6-8 engines. Through electrolysis system pure oxygen and hydrogen gases are passed through the air intake, creating a more powerful combustion engine. This can result in lower emissions, increased engine torque, extend the oil life and reduce fuel costs.
Honoring products across all industrial sectors the German Innovation Awards selectively grants awards for innovations that shape the future and improve our lives by not only targeting industrial giants but also for anyone who contributes to a better future with their innovations, such as dynaCERT. The German Design Council acts as a go between promoting dialogue between small to large enterprises, governments and manufacturers, potential partners and the general public.
Jim Payne, President and CEO of dynaCERT stated: “It is a great honor to receive this notable award in the Energy Solutions category as we set out to prepare to market and sell our products in Germany and throughout Europe.”
Within the European community, HydraGEN™ Technology is gaining recognition among respectable organizations that are looking for pollution reduction solutions.
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Smart electronic control unit patent received
It hasn’t just been all about winning awards for dynaCERT. In May they received a Notice of Allowance for their application of a new patent from the United States Patent Office. To be called the SMART ECU (electronic control unit) the patent relates to a management system and method that can simultaneously reduce emissions and improve the performance of an internal combustion engine.
Carbon credit creator for diesel engines
dynaCERT has also initiated a world-wide process of carbon credit applications for its HydraGEN™ Technology and has engaged International Environmental Partners Limited of the UK to assist the Company.
David Bridge, Senior Technical Adviser states: “My team and I worked diligently to build the SMART ECU as a first step to be able to control the HydraGEN™ Technology products. This patent firmly establishes dynaCERT as a Canadian innovator in the field of carbon emission tracking and carbon credit solutions.”
This is the first milestone in the Company’s global carbon credit strategy and is strengthening the entire intellectual property portfolio. Alongside the Company’s technical team and their valued consulting partners, they are now on the path to become a certified world class carbon credit creator for diesel engines. This is something that no other company has yet been able to achieve.
Every year over 1 million diesel engines are produced. This number is adding to the over one billion engines that are in current use. Even though diesel engines are more fuel efficient than traditional gasoline-based products they can still have a damaging effect on the environment. By delivering Carbon Emission Reduction Technology, dynaCERT has developed the most effective and reliable electrolysis unit available.
Offering both reduced emissions at the same time increasing fuel economy, the Company’s HydraGEN™ Technology and the SMART ECU offers the global diesel engine market of over a billion engines a chance to join the green revolution in cleaning up the environment.
DynaCERT Inc. has awards to show that they are leading their industry. Headquartered in Toronto Canada, dynaCERT Inc. has a market cap of C$ 65 million.
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