dynaCERT Inc. manufactures and distributes carbon emission reduction technology along with its proprietary HydraLytica Telematics, a means of monitoring fuel consumption and calculating GHG emissions savings designed for the tracking of possible future carbon credits, for use with internal combustion engines.
dynaCERT’s Hydrogen Injection System creates hydrogen and oxygen on-demand through a unique electrolysis system and supplies these gases through the air intake to enhance combustion, which has shown to lower carbon emissions and improve fuel efficiency. It is designed for use with many types and sizes of diesel engines used in on-road vehicles, reefer trailers, off-road construction, power generation, mining and forestry equipment.
Open Energy Systems (OES) is the authorised distributor for dynaCERT in Australia. As dynaCERT has achieved major access in the mining sector, receiving excellent documented results in both fuel economy and ESG obligations, OES has completed research into the same field in Australia and has supplied major fleet owners with the dynaCERT HG1 and HG2 models.
Some of the results achieved from OES and dynaCERT are as follows:
• A multinational scrap metal business achieving 11-12 per cent diesel fuel savings with a long-haul B-double
• Generator/drill rig sets
• Canadian test results show 14-20 per cent diesel fuel savings
In recent news, OES has established trials on Kenworth C509s with 400 tonne loads in quad trailers. dynaCERT is currently working on a new product which will have the benefit of two units in one system, and an extended range water system of up to 20 days. They are also working on an optional cooling system that will extend operations in hot climates, enclosed spaces and GenSets. dynaCERT has confirmed an order for 93 units from Toronto Hydro power line management, achieving 11 per cent fuel savings.
Work is being conducted by dynaCERT to confirm CC availability for clients worldwide.
In a recent article from the company, it announced it has launched an offering of up to $10,000,000 of Carbon Credit Convertible Notes under private placement exemptions in Canada. The funds from this will be allocated to research and development of its previously announced AEM Electroliser innovations, designed to serve the hydrogen economy with high pressure, high volume green hydrogen.