Clean-tech solution cuts vehicle emissions by half

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A new clean-tech solution can cut vehicle emissions by half and is currently sold in 32 countries around the world.

AdPower is inexpensive, can be installed by anyone immediately, can reduce black smoke by half, and is claimed to be one of the most effective exhaust gas countermeasures used in emerging countries.

Adpower increases airflow into the engine by discharging the static electricity that builds up in the air cleaner. Intake air is obstructed due to an increase in the amount of static electricity due to triboelectrification of the engine and vehicle body when the car is running. It affects the airflow supplied to the engine and reduces the contraction phenomenon due to static electricity in the engine intake, and assists the response delay part of the engine side due to instantaneous A/F (air-fuel ratio) change (0.1 seconds or less) such as when the accelerator is turned on.

Air pollution around the world is getting worse year by year, and exhaust gas pollution from emerging countries that use low-quality fuel is particularly serious, ultimately the engine combustion gets worse and the exhaust gas just increases.

Japanese company AdPower aim to reduce exhaust gas and improve global air pollution with our unique patented static electricity suppression technology. To reduce emissions around the world, we must take steps for each and every car in the world that is already running. Governments and automakers in each country are working to reduce emissions by developing new cars, but they have not taken effective solutions against sold cars that run every day.

Until now, in order to reduce exhaust gas, it was common knowledge to collect exhaust gas after combustion in the engine combustion chamber with a DPF (diesel particulate filter). However, the high cost of the equipment and the need for work at the automobile repair garage to install it have been major obstacles to its widespread use, especially in developing countries.

With AdPower, the installation is very easy and low cost. This small seal-laminate is a reasonable way to recover engine performance, reduce vehicle emissions and prevent global warming. The current goal is “to reduce the world’s exhaust gas and contribute to the long life of any car.”

AdPower have been conducting demonstration experiments at the Ochiai Laboratory of the Faculty of Engineering, Tokai University since 2019. From October 2022, new research has started at Wakimoto Laboratory, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Chiba Institute of Technology.

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