#dynaCERT $DYA $DYFSF Receives Initial Purchase Order for 100 Hydragen Units Destined for #Mexico

dynaCERT Inc. (TSX.V: DYA) (OTCQB: DYFSF) (FRA: DMJ)  is pleased to announce that it has received a purchase order with a deposit for 100 HydraGEN TM HG145B units destined for trucking in Mexico from KarbonKleen LLC (“KarbonKleen”), a preferred service provider covering Mexico, the USA and Canada.

KarbonKleen is also pleased to announce its new partnership with the Alliance Holdings Group (“Alliance”), a visionary holding company in Mexico that is dedicated to improving the lives of the people of Mexico using innovative technological advancements. This partnership between KarbonKleen and the Alliance has exclusivity for dynaCERT’s patented HydraGEN TM Technology for distribution to all of the labour unions in Mexico.

KarbonKleen’s purchase order is for its client, Alliance,  which supplies trucking equipment to one of the largest federation of labour unions in Mexico. The 100 unit order is expected to be a precedent for a potential exponentially larger market in Mexico.

Alliance, on behalf of its labour unions, has indicated, in a formal memorandum of understanding with KarbonKleen (the MOU”), that they wish to co-brand the HydraGEN TM Technology of dynaCERT pursuant to an exclusive special arrangement with dynaCERT. Through its strategic partnerships in Mexico, Alliance has a market of over 1,000,000 diesel-operated vehicles, which operate throughout the entire country.

Mr. Alberto Valdespino, Principal of Alliance and Director of International Business, is very excited about this opportunity and stated, “dynaCERT’s technology is very important to the Alliance because it will foster better health and the use of environmentally friendly technology for union members and for the population of Mexico as a whole. The use of HydraGEN TM Technology will allow the unions in Mexico to benefit from reduced fuel consumption and fuel costs, while at the same time creating immediate and significant reductions in diesel gas pollution for generations to come. At the same time the reduction of diesel pollution will be leading the creation of carbon credits under dynaCERT’s proposed programme.”

This relationship represents a very significant milestone for dynaCERT in Mexico and Karbonkleen, Alliance and the Mexican labour unions.

dynaCERT will immediately commence deploying engineers and staff to Mexico to assist and train leaders and professionals in Mexico regarding the proper installation of its HydraGEN TM Technology.

The timing is excellent, as the air quality situation in Mexico has continued to deteriorate, leading to increasing government initiatives to curb the pollution problem.  Through these new partnerships, dynaCERT is appropriately positioned to help Mexico solve this growing problem with the Company’s HydraGEN TM Technology.

Pursuant to the MOU, the first 10,000 units destined for Mexico are expected to be assembled by dynaCERT in its Toronto facilities, ensuring timely delivery and meeting the Company’s high quality control for deliveries to Mexican end-users of its HydraGEN TM Technology. Under the MOU, dynaCERT will immediately begin to negotiate with KarbonKleen, Alliance and its principals in Mexico to establish an assembly facility in Mexico.  Initially this new facility will service further Mexican demand for up to 1 million more HydraGEN TM units and provide increased employment in Mexico.

Mr. Christopher Grossman, Chief Operating Officer of KarbonKleen, stated, “This initial purchase order is significant to both our Mexican partners and dynaCERT. The benefits of fuel economy and environmental solutions offered by dynaCERT’s HydraGEN TM Technology is win-win for labour unions, the population of Mexico and businesses in Mexico. It can contribute to Mexico’s commitment to meeting the emission standards that it has signed under the Paris Accord while saving on diesel costs for decades. We are very pleased that dynaCERT has joined us in being flexible and co-operating in making this historic transaction a possible reality.”

Jim Payne, President & CEO of dynaCERT stated, “With this initial order, accompanied by the MOU, KarbonKleen, Alliance and its principals are demonstrating their firm commitment to the huge potential of dynaCERT and its HydraGEN TM Technology and I thank them for their hard efforts and loyal support. I welcome the Mexican labour unions to learn more about all the benefits of our HydraGEN TM Technology and commend their demonstrated enthusiasm for helping the world conquer diesel pollution.”

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dynaCERT $DYA $DYFSF Appoints David Bridge as #COO; “Smart” ECU will Track #Carbon #Credits

Mr. David Bridge has been appointed as COO of dynaCERT (TSX.V-DYA) (OTC-DYFSF), effective immediately. Mr. Bridge has an extensive background in managing technology operations and multi-million dollar corporate ventures such as AMD, RBC Financials, Virgin Mobile and Blackberry. As a senior IT leader at Virgin Mobile and Blackberry, he led a high performance teams that designed and supported large scale enterprise wide systems.

Under the supervision of Mr. Bridge, dynaCERT worked closely with RMF Design & Manufacturing along with diesel and electronic technical experts to finalize the electronic interface, design & development of the state-of-the-art “Smart” ECU (Electronic Control Unit), which is the brain of the HydraGenTM  unit.  The unit can read, collect and transmit and store data pertaining to fuel efficacy and emissions reductions by communicating with the engine’s onboard computer, learning and altering the flow of gases produced and introduced to enhance combustion. The unit also has GPRS capability for remote access and allows tracking and monitoring of Carbon Credits.

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dynaCERT $DYA $DYFSF Enters into Strategic Partnership with Global Distributer Specializing in Green Energy Solutions

dynaCERT has entered into a formal strategic partnership with Lyte Energy Inc., located in Mississauga, Ontario to promote, market and distribute our HydraGen products globally. Lyte Energy is a Canadian company specializing in providing green energy solutions incorporating hydrogen generation, hydrogen storage and hydrogen fuel cell technologies.

dynaCert LogodynaCERT reported that they faced certain challenges with the sophisticated sensors and electronic controls on newer trucks and communications with the initial 50 unit purchase order. They are now confident that, through a collaborative effort by their team of engineers, professional consultants and fleet owners, they have overcome these challenges via electronic programming of their new “Smart ECU” and are closely monitoring these trucks along with data collection to enable the company and third party to finish validation. Once completed, and with a minimum of 8% in fuel savings validated, the sales of these units will be completed along with purchase orders for an additional minimum pre-arranged percentage of their fleets.

dynaCERT is filing patents for their wholly owned Intellectual Property with their “Smart ECU” which is designed with “007” technology. If attempts to open or tamper with the sealed ECU, it will self-destruct to ensure the protection of what they believe to be their most valued IP.

dynaCERT is monitoring and testing the first new compact unit that was installed on a 2.0 liter turbo diesel import for emissions with the company’s recently updated and calibrated computerized emission testing equipment. This will be an ongoing process and monitored by computer generated read outs of O2, CO2, NO, NO, NO2, NOx, CxHy, and SO2.

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dynaCERT $DYA Production, Validation Update & Global Sales Opportunities

logo-dyancert-319x150dynaCERT (TSX.V-DYA) (OTCBB-DYFSF) announced the following:

  • The lease and build out of an 8,000 sq ft expansion for assembly of the HydraGen for the trucking industy, with a production capacity of 2,000 units/month based on an 8 hour shift
  • In discussions for funding through both federal and provincial government grant and loan programs for new equipment and additional manpower for the new facility
  • Current facility will be converted to R&D and production for shipping, rail and large stationary power generation products.  There is a planned financing program regarding these emerging markets and are working with the Government and Port supports. With these new and ongoing government grant applications, dynaCERT has adopted to adhere to the Ontario Government requirements-validation process to ensure qualification under any of the Federal Government programs
  • dynaCERT is working with several trucking firms in Ontario and has HydraGen units and data loggers installed on 2012-2016 transport trucks, collecting data to complete the new algorithms for the new Smart ECU
  • dynaCERT’s engineers and scientists are working with the RMF Design & Manufacturing team of electronic engineers along with Diesel & Electronic Technicians who are consultants from two major OEM companies to finalize the electronic interface of the “Smart ECU” and filing patents on these. The technology of the new “Smart Ecu”, or brain, will resemble a smart phone where it is always learning and will:
    • communicate with the onboard computer along with reading, collecting and storing data of fuel efficacy and emissions
    • enable remote access by both dynaCERT and end users
    • provide monitoring for Carbon Credits and GPS tracking
  • Entered into a contractual agreement with a company representing dynaCERT’s product suite within the country of India with the intent to ship and sell products with the option to purchase a licensing agreement for manufacturing with an ongoing royalty commitment per unit. India represents about 1.5 million buses, 5 million trucks and numerous diesel power plants and has recently announced requirements to meet more stringent emission reductions.
  • dynaCERT has partnered with Global Access Capital Corp to provide lease options for dynaCERT’s technology customers. Go to: www.globalaccesscapital.ca or www.dynacert.com for more information.