Shanghai KleenAir JV For Emission Technologies

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
March 12, 2004

KleenAir Systems Inc. announced an agreement with China Display Company Limited of Shanghai to establish a Joint Venture with KleenAir to create a Technology Center to develop and support a variety of emission reduction technologies.

These include KleenAir’s Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) for NOx reduction, the Oxidizing Particulate Trap (OPT) for particulate reduction, its Diesel Oxidizing Catalysts (DOC) for CO and HC reduction, and Diesel Fuel Injection and Management Systems for diesel retrofit programs in association with ServoTech Company of Detroit.

China Display has focused its business model on developing innovative state-of-the-art technologies identified by the Chinese Government as belonging to a group of six high priority high-tech fields given special preference for funding and development. They are currently among the leading Chinese companies in the fields of Integrated Circuits, High Definition Television (HDTV), embedded systems, satellite communications and telemedicine. They are also the largest supplier of televisions to Phillips worldwide.

An investment in the order of $6 million is anticipated to equip and build a Technology Center with the appropriate vehicle testing systems, and prototype and product development laboratories. KleenAir patented technology will be transferred to the Center, which will adapt and modify this technology for the specific applications and needs of the Chinese OEM and retrofit automotive markets.

KleenAir is at the cutting edge of automotive emission reduction technology including Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), Diesel Particulate Filters, Diesel Oxidizing Catalysts and advanced catalytic technology that significantly reduces nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbon and particulates. These pollutants have been shown to be a major contributor to heart and lung disease.

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