#dynaCERT $DYA #DYFSF – PIT Group States “Test Results to be Envied”

November 29, 2017 – dynaCERT Inc. (TSX VENTURE: DYA) (OTCQB: DYFSF)  (DAX: DMJ) is pleased to provide the following clarification on the recently released complete report on the PIT Group testing for Fuel Consumption and Emissions Tests of the HydraGENTechnology.

dynaCERT is very pleased with the results of this test.  As was provided in the PIT report, the testing was conducted under outdoor laboratory conditions whereby the test vehicle was driven up to the optimal operating condition of 105 kph (65mph) and, at that time, the cruise control was set and the test equipment activated.  The driver then steered the vehicle around the test track at this constant speed and setting for 100 kilometers to complete the test. At that time, the test equipment and cruise control was turned off and vehicle returned to the start line. The testing was conducted with no change in elevations, no change in speed (up nor down), minimal wind conditions, and optimal weather conditions as would be experienced in perfect on-the-road conditions. This is the standard fuel consumption testing protocol for all vehicles regardless of make, model or options.

PIT wrote to dynaCERT in an email separate to the report: “…for any kind of automotive technology, 5.9 % fuel savings is a result to be envied”.

As previously reported in our press release dated November 20, 2017, PIT Group report states “The results are showing significant decreases in emission levels between baseline and final measurements, of almost half for carbon monoxide (CO), total hydrocarbons (THC), and for mono-nitrogen oxides (NOx).”  Testing verified that the HydraGEN™ HG1 unit reduced emissions of CO by 48.1%, THC by 50.0%, and NOx by 46.1%, all of which exceeded our estimates. This puts dynaCERT and the HydraGEN™ technology firmly into the Hydrogen Economy and provides companies worldwide the opportunity to benefit from the Carbon Credit economy with proven Carbon Emission Reduction Technology.

The subsequent Phase Two testing by the PIT Group on the test vehicles was conducted on October 31st, 2017 which by this date had the test vehicle travel double the previous distance.  PIT then followed the industry standard test procedure based on TMC Fuel Consumption Test Procedure – Type II, RP 1102A (TMC 2016) as was done in the Phase One testing.  Performance of the HydraGEN™ HG1 unit reduced fuel consumption by 5.9% when run at a constant speed of 105 kilometres/hour for 100 kilometers on a flat track. Please see www.dynaCERT.com for a copy of the PIT Group report titled “Fuel Consumption and Emissions Tests of the HydraGEN™ Technology from dynaCERT”.

Jim Payne, dynaCERT President & CEO. states: “This is solid confirmation that our dynaCERT HydraGEN™ “Carbon Emission Reduction Technology” works. The achieved reduction in emissions exceeded all expectations and the confirmed 5.9% improvement in fuel savings above what is already considered the optimum performance of a modern class 8 truck is, as stated by PIT, a result to be envied.”

Additional Benefits of HydraGEN™ Technology

In the November 20, 2017 press release, incorrect information was provided on the additional benefits of the HydraGEN™ Technology. In quantifying such benefits to end users, the Company has considered the fuel savings achieved by PIT @ 5.9%, a reduction in the cost of replacing and cleaning Diesel Particulate Filters (PDF) for Class 6-8 trucks at a cost up to US$1500, Diesel Emission Fuel (DEF) savings at a cost of US$2/gallon and oil changes at a cost of US$200 per change.  There are additional savings not calculated including, but not limited to, the reduced number of regeneration of trucks filtration systems and the reduced down time and maintenance associated with regenerations. The DPF needs to be cleaned regularly through a process called regeneration, either active, passive or forced regeneration.  The accumulated soot is burnt off at high temperature (approximately 600°C) to leave only a residue of ash, effectively renewing or regenerating the filter, ready to take on more pollution from the engine.

Future savings will also be realized from carbon credits and government environmental rebates once these are implemented. These additional benefits, combined with the Company’s new pricing and leasing strategy, show the Payback Period of the Company’s products to be under one year.

Historically shown in real on-road conditions, confirmed through tests performed at the Automotive Centre of Excellence, specific amounts of hydrogen and oxygen introduced to the air intake of a diesel engine resulted in increased torque and power to the drive train, showing additional benefits when the truck is under stress, pulling loads uphill, and against strong wind and adverse weather conditions along with the lessened amount of gear changes required, even greater fuel economy can be realized.

CEOs Travel from India to Attend Conference on @dynaCERT Technology $DYA $DYFSF

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dynaCERT (TSX.V-DYA) (OTCQB-DYFSF) announce that approximately 100 registered guests representing leading Transportation CEOs from the “All-India Motor Transport Congress”, government officials and business leaders will gather at the Clean Technology Conference hosted by dynaCERT to be held on November 22 and 23, 2017. This is a unique opportunity for business leaders from India to learn about technological solutions designed by dynaCERT to help meet their country’s greenhouse gas emissions goals and to reduce fuel consumption.

The Indian business leaders are part of the All-India Motor Transport Congress (http://aimtc.org/), an apex assembly of cargo and passenger transporters serving the Indian industry since 1936. They will be travelling to Ontario specifically to visit dynaCERT and learn how its patent-pending technology can help them meet the Euro IV emission standard recently adopted by the Government of India. Their itinerary includes a day of meetings and learning opportunities on November 22 and a tour of the dynaCERT production facilities in Toronto on November 23.

“We’re excited to welcome India’s transportation industry leaders toCanada,” says Jim Payne, CEO & President of dynaCERT. “We have a fantastic technology and we’re thrilled these executives are travelling half way around the world to Ontario to learn more about our HydraGEN™ systems.”

The Indian market for dynaCERT‘s HydraGEN™ HG1 & HG2 systems provides a major opportunity to further grow the dynaCERT success story. Our HydraGEN™ Technology is installed on internal combustion engines to reduce carbon emissions and increase fuel efficiency. dynaCERT aims to introduce our “Carbon Emission Reduction Technology” as a leading global green technology with units installed on diesel engines reducing greenhouse gases (CO, CO2, NOx) from 10% to 50%, particulate emission reduction by greater than 65%, and offer fuel savings up to 19.2% (see press releases of September 21, 2017 and November 15, 2016).  Together with our SMART ECU, emission savings can be collected to record the data related to carbon credits in all markets worldwide (see press release of October 5, 2017).

dynaCERT is delighted to have received the following letter from the Premier of Ontario, the Honourable Kathleen Wynne.

A PERSONAL MESSAGE FROM THE PREMIER OF Ontario

On behalf of the Government of Ontario, I am delighted to welcome the executives of the All-India Motor Transport Congress to dynaCERT‘s clean technology conference.

This is a great opportunity for business leaders from India to learn about technological solutions that will help them meet their country’s emissions standards. Our government’s successful trade mission to India has strengthened Ontario’s relationships with India, and created new opportunities for Ontario businesses.

I want to commend dynaCERT for bringing together India’s business leaders and Ontario’s energy innovators. I also commend your company’s commitment to clean technology, which aims to reduce carbon emissions and improve fuel economy.

As you may know, our government is committed to supporting clean technology and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Through the Solutions 2030 Challenge, we challenged local and international companies to develop the next generation of transformative clean technologies to help fight climate change. The Solutions 2030 Challenge was part of the TargetGHG program, which is supported by funding from the Ontario Green Investment Fund. Ontario’s TargetGHG program is designed to catalyze the adoption of innovative low-carbon technologies and foster leading-edge technology development targeting greenhouse gas reductions for industry emitters.

Helping businesses innovate while lowering greenhouse gas emissions is part of Ontario’s plan to create jobs, grow our economy and help people in their everyday lives.

Please accept my best wishes for a productive conference.

Kathleen Wynne Premier

@dynaCERT $DYA $DYFSF Test Results Show Refrigerated Trailer Engine Performance Exceed @dynaCERT ‘s Expectations

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After months of 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% at selected different temperature set points and as high as 28% 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 September 21, 2017 “Milestone Exceeded by dynaCERT’s HydraGEN™ Technology: Initial PIT Group Test Results Show Emission Reductions – NOx Reduced by 46.1%.”).

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 market place. The company has made significant progress in the development of the HG2 unit, which is approximately 25% 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.