Dinex has developed an exhaust system that can create almost zero particle emissions from heavy-duty diesel engines, significantly reduces air pollution-related diseases.

Dinex’s modern exhaust systems include a range of new-build and retrofit emission-control technologies, including Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) and the Combined Diesel Particulate filter. The systems facilitate close to zero particle emissions and are particularly aimed at heavy-duty diesel engines, which usually emit harmful gasses such as nitrogen oxides, uncombusted hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and particulates. Removing these gases will improve local air quality and reduce air pollution-related diseases.

Dinex aim to replace the conventional exhaust system with a “chemical factory” capable of saving CO2 while ensuring cost-effectiveness and not compromising fuel economy.

We will share our technologies with our partners as part of our mandate to make the world a cleaner place.

Torben Dinesen – CEO of Dinex.

Why you should care

Particulates and gases polluting the air are becoming more of a challenge in many large, heavily trafficked cities. This solution enables a significant reduction in harmful and polluting gases, as well as an almost 100% elimination of particulates. Emissions reductions from diesel engines contribute to a healthier local environment for urban dwellers and people living near transportation corridors.

How the Global Goals are addressed

Good Health and Well-Being

Air pollution kills 7 million people every year according to the World Health Organisation. By increasing the performance of exhaust systems, it is possible to reduce the amount of particulates and harmful gases emitted.

Sustainable Cities and Communities

Cities are usually the worst hit by air pollution and smog, because they have much higher densities of people and emission producing vehicles. Equipping cars with high standard exhaust filters can help to reduce this problem.