Technology MarketWatch Journal Reviews Launch of Technology that Yields 35% - 40% Reduction in Toxic Gas Emission and Impressive Fuel-Savings

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Technology MarketWatch Journal provides a review of dynaCERT's latest product launch which offers an immediate solution, in part, to the problems associated with toxic air quality from mass urbanization -- the World Health Organization (WHO) reports that one in eight of total global deaths were as a result of air pollution exposure in 2012 and the trend is worsening. A surge in the world's population living in cities is leading to hazardous levels in air quality in numerous big cities around the globe and making the growing health crisis the number one cause of popular complaint.

Technology MarketWatch Journal is releasing this news. dynaCERT Inc. is the subject of a Technology MarketWatch Journal review. dynaCERT Inc. has announced it will commence production and commercialization of units that make use of its proprietary carbon emission reduction and fuel-saving technology starting this September 2014 -- the Company is uniquely positioned for rampant sales growth expected as a result of high demand. dynaCERT has successfully completed rigorous year-long multi-phase field testing that validates enormous reductions in toxic emissions combined with impressive increased fuel efficiency. For the last two years dynaCERT engineers (former rocket scientists and engineers experienced in combustion efficiency) have refined development of the technology while testing with selected prospective commercial end-users, and the results and reviews have been stellar. dynaCERT now has expressions of interest from numerous entities expected to translate to sizeable purchase orders, and the phone continues to ring. dynaCERT is apt to attract attention from astute investors as the reality of sales potential and related margins associated are understood by the market.

The Technology Journal review on dynaCERT may be found at online.

dynaCERT 's HydraGen technology:
dynaCERT 's units are essentially computerized on-demand electrolysis systems that supply the air intake of internal combustion engines with timed releases of hydrogen and oxygen gases. Results show increased fuel economy, increased torque, extended engine oil life and a reduction in emissions. Introducing hydrogen (in the correct proportion and at the right timing) into the air intake of a diesel engine creates a cleaner, more efficient burn, however unlike cruder and problematic 'brown gas', dynaCERT 's 'HydraGenTM' units produce pure oxygen and pure hydrogen and releases these elements individually in a controlled and timed fashion, it interfaces with the onboard computer of the engine. dynaCERT stands able to meet the demand that has been thirsting for what it can deliver; dynaCERT has proprietary (patent pending) technology with an unparallel level of sophistication, hard data validating its effectiveness, proven reliability, plus it has the ability to produce, support, and deliver at a high standard expected of by its target market(s). dynaCERT is launching two different units to market, one targeting the commercial transportation diesel truck market, and the other targeting large stationary power generation combustion engines.

On September 4, 2014 the Company launched the diesel truck market unit, and with the launch for the stationary power generation unit imminent, it is conceivable dynaCERT could experience multi-millions in gross profits from sales orders, and that would represent just the infancy of its sales growth potential.

1) Targeting commercial diesel truck market (3 L/min. Hydrogen unit) - dynaCERT has designed a HydraGenTM unit for transport trucks capable of delivering 3 Liters/minute Hydrogen. dynaCERT now has some trucks in the field returning with in excess of 17.5% improved fuel economy while at the same time reducing the toxic gasses within the emissions by 35% - 40%. In the case of Fortune 500 giant, Pepsi Beverage Company, dynaCERT 's HydraGenTM unit delivered a 15% reduction in diesel fuel costs. The unit is fully computerized and communicated directly with the onboard computer of the truck so that it can alter the fuel mapping of the truck as it enhances the burn. It has a 7-inch tablet-like monitor in-cab that provides status information and distilled water level (the raw ingredient for making the hydrogen) indicator, built-in GPS, built-in cellular communication, and other abilities so that dynaCERT or the fleet maintenance team can log into it from anywhere in the world to monitor and possibly even tweak some performance aspects. dynaCERT retails a unit for US$8,500 (installed ~$10,000). For example purposes, dynaCERT is currently test-monitoring a fleet truck in California that is said to be logging 17.51% fuel improvement -- it is saving ~$31,000 per year in fuel -- so the payback/return on investment is huge; on that truck the payback is huge. Even if at 1/3 of those figures a fleet operator would be remiss in not proceeding with purchasing dynaCERT technology, plus the corporate social responsibility a company demonstrates by meaningfully reducing harmful emissions is priceless from a PR standpoint.

Analysis of truck unit margins, sales potential, and initial guesstimates: dynaCERT wholesales its truck units to distributors for US$6,750. The demand is high and sales potential enormous with tens of millions of trucks (potential clients) worldwide. If only a modestly nominal 10,000 units are sold in the first year of sales, that could represent $43 million gross profit (assuming ~2/3 margins) to dynaCERT from these truck units alone and that would just be scratching the surface of expected growth. A conservative target for dynaCERT to achieve from the initial sales launch start-up in September to the end of 2014 would be 2000 units and volume would be expected to grow from there. To date, while testing, dynaCERT has partnered with different companies globally, many with large fleets (or tight relationships with large fleets), some over 10,000 each. dynaCERT will initially focus sales on large fleets which have built-in fleet maintenance teams that can be trained for installation. dynaCERT will also benefit from proactive replacement of units (or refurbishment of select components) after several years of service.

2) Targeting power generation market (300 L/min. Hydrogen unit) - dynaCERT has designed a HydraGenTM unit for large stationary power generation combustion engines that require Hydrogen at a high rate up to 300 L/minute, this HydraGenTM unit retailing up to US$500,000. These massive power generators (used by utilities, ships, and rail) burn so much fuel that their return on investment, at a half-million dollars investment, is eight months at 5% fuel savings. dynaCERT has pilot tested the HydraGen technology on a Wartsila 9R32 stationary power generator in the Caribbean for a subsidiary of InterEnergy and it has met and exceeded their expectations from phase-1 testing (it showed up to a 9% fuel savings just on a preliminary test).

Analysis of 300 L/minute unit margins, sales potential, and initial guesstimates: dynaCERT is currently in the process of arranging for installation of a full-scale phase 2 testing unit on a Watsila in the Caribbean, and when phase-2 testing successfully completes dynaCERT will proceed with full commercial sale rollout of this unit model -- this will be the tipping point/inflection point that shareholders have been waiting for. With millions of dollars of fuel savings evident from phase-1 testing, it is safe to say there are a number of prospective clients anxiously waiting for the green light. InterEnergy alone owns and operates over 1,000 power generation and distribution assets in Latin America and the Caribbean, and for as many power generators they have, there are also as many fuel-burning water pumping stations that would benefit from HydraGen units. Plus, the same Watsila engines are used on transport shipping vessels, a whole other segment for dynaCERT. Conceivably to start, assuming timely phase-2 testing (which is more of a formality to provide the validated hard data prudent engineers desire in order to give a 'green light'), dynaCERT could be completing on standing unit purchase orders for ~500 stationary generators by the end of Q2-2015, equating to multi-millions in gross profit for dynaCERT.

The relationships and reputation dynaCERT is building now through field-testing with the subsidiary of InterEnergy, combined with the 'green light' catalyst expected to follow phase-2 testing, will create a springboard-launch effect for dynaCERT; the founder, Chairman, and CEO of InterEnergy, Rolando Gonzalez Bunster, is also a sitting committee member of the US Department of Energy, is on the Board of Trustees of the Clinton Foundation, and the Energy Committee of the Clinton Global Initiative, focusing on clean and renewable energies. In short, the future is bright for dynaCERT as there are hundreds of thousands of potential clientele that would benefit greatly in making the investment with dynaCERT. The Company plans to expand its technology beyond stationary generators, into rail, marine, oil/gas, and mining applications.

World Overview -- (Good companies solve problems -- Great companies solve problems affordably):
Urbanization is the movement of people from rural to urban locations. Ivanhoe’s Robert Friedland says urbanization is "one of the greatest social and economic transformations in human history." 100 years ago, just 20% of the world's population lived in cities. In 1990, that number grew to 40%. Today, the World Health Organization (WHO) says the majority (roughly 54%) of the world's population lives in cities. And this number is growing. By 2050, UNICEF estimates 70% of people will be living in cities. China and India alone will have about a billion people living in cities. But packing more people into smaller spaces has some negative effects. One of the biggest includes pollution, which is largely due to vehicle emissions. China's air quality is already terrible from the coal-fired plants that produce the country's electricity. But adding millions upon millions of cars (there are more than 120 million passenger cars clogging the roads in China) has made it worse. Major cities, like Beijing, are often shrouded in smog. But it's not just China that faces pollution problems. The WHO says air pollution is the world's largest environmental health risk. In 2012, it killed one out of every eight people. dynaCERT is part of the world wide solution with its green technology.

dynaCERT gearing-up for launch:
dynaCERT's CEO and President, Jim Payne, has spent most of his career successfully taking the lead on large projects and has developed a reputation for meeting targets. Mr. Payne has been at the helm of dynaCERT for ~2 years, upon assuming command he spearheaded a transformation and drive to develop to market dynaCERT's proprietary high-tech technology solution. A team of engineers (former rocket scientists and engineers experienced in combustion efficiency) advanced the new technology, it was tested and validated, refined, and has been fashioned into a product that the Company is now ready to hit the market with hard. This has been several years in the making and there is no doubt dynaCERT will be ready operationally -- dynaCERT is making preparations now for the Q4-2014 launch from its Ontario facilities, centrally located with plenty of room to expand as needed. dynaCERT is putting final touches on its installation and service manuals, and ensuring its various component suppliers are in sync for uninterrupted flow. dynaCERT will likely open a satellite office in the Dominican Republic near-term in order to avoid a 28% withholding tax on expected orders from the Caribbean.

The Technology Journal review on dynaCERT may be found at online.

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