EAST PROVIDENCE – Alternative Hydrogen Solutions, the exclusive provider of Highline Technical Innovations Hy-Impact intelligent hydrogen systems, has entered into a strategic partnership with Farmington, Ark.-based distributor Lindon Group Inc.
The Hy-Impact product line uses hydrogen as a catalyst to more effectively burn fuel in internal combustion engines. Hydrogen is separated from water during electrolysis, which allows a precise amount of hydrogen gas to be introduced into the engine’s combustion chamber, creating a significantly more efficient fuel burn, according to the company.
Hy-Impact’s patent-pending CPU technology ensures that the correct amount of hydrogen is released and that no moisture enters the engine, resulting in: “a significant increase in fuel economy and dramatically lowered emissions,” according to a release.
Company literature pegs the increase of fuel economy at between 6 and 18 percent for gasoline engines, while diesel exhaust fluid can see increases of up to 40 percent. In addition, the company says that the system improves power production while extending oil change intervals and cutting on particulate emissions.
“The government, military and commercial sectors are key areas of opportunity for Alternative Hydrogen Solutions’ Hy-Impact products. Establishing this partnership with Lindon Group increases our exposure and ability to penetrate these new markets, which I anticipate will greatly increase revenue and accelerate overall company growth,” Bill Cunetta, president of AHS, said in prepared remarks.
“Lindon Group’s acclaimed product standards gain AHS a reputable collaborator, while AHS is pleased to expand the scope of Lindon Group’s environmental product offerings,” added Cunetta.
Under the terms of the agreement, Lindon will pursue a government-funded evaluation of Hy-Impact systems. Upon successful field-testing, Lindon Group will represent Hy-Impact systems to government, Department of Defense and commercial markets.
“My decision to work with AHS is based on Hy-Impact’s successful testing and track record,” stated Melinda Penney, president of Lindon Group, Inc.
The Hy-Impact system will be implemented for a variety of applications including trucks, heavy machinery and generators.
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