ACAT Global, Advanced Clean Air Technologies, has just released a new technologically advanced catalytic converter, which DRASTICALLY reduces emissions – with stringent testing parameters showing a 44 percent reduction in particulate matter being released into the atmosphere, meaning almost a 50% reduction in air pollution.
In light of China’s air pollution levels moving into a hazardous health state since January 12, 2013 and the United States Embassy rating the air in central Beijing an astounding 755 on an air quality scale of 0 to 500, the ACAT Global catalytic converters would significantly aid in the rectifying the deadly air pollution dilemma.
There would be significant reductions in automotive emissions, which account for almost 80% of the air pollutants in China, if ACAT Global catalytic converters were equipped on just 10 percent of the motorized vehicles in China. Of even further reaching impact, ACAT Global has converters available for motorcycles, boats, heavy equipment and diesel engines, with emission levels that far exceed the stringent guidelines put into place by the Environmental Protection Agency through 2015.
Just introduced into the marketplace in October 2012, ACAT Global’s catalytic converters utilize a state-of-the-art, patent-pending technology recently acquired from the global electronics giant Delphi. ACAT Global acquired all of the intellectual property and research and development that Delphi had done over a 20-year period, at a cost nearing $500 million as they developed the technology and…ACAT furthered it. About four of the current ACAT engineers are former Delphi engineers and they comprise the heart of the corporate in-house engineering staff. Mike Lunkas and Paul Daniels both have over 35 years of experience at Delphi.
Joe W. Moch, counsel for ACAT Global, renowned author, (written eight books on Law), international race car driver (Mille Miglia in Italy and the Tour de France), and former Chairman of the Environmental and Toxic Tort section of the American Bar Association, “The impact of this patented and proprietary technology has far reaching implications, not only from a business and manufacturing perspective but, something of even greater importance — a profoundly game-changing global environmental impact.”
Michigan-based ACAT Global LLC, utilizes patented and proprietary technology and processes to manufacture the world’s lightest, smallest and most effective metallic catalytic converter substrates. The substrates, which use up to 30 percent less raw materials than the competition, improve efficiency while reducing pollutants emitted by internal combustion engines, fuel cells or any power source that creates emissions (from motorcycles to industrial facilities, such as power plants and oil refineries). ACAT Global strives to help clients meet their emissions reduction goals by providing solutions that comply with North American (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the California Air Resources Board) and worldwide emissions policies.