Alternative Hydrogen Solutions, Velociti Partner on Hy-Impact Product Line

Alternative Hydrogen Solutions LLC (AHS), providers of the Hy-Impact line of intelligent hydrogen systems, has formed a strategic partnership with global technology deployment specialists, Velociti, Inc.

Velociti will provide a network of installation and post-installation services for all Hy-Impact units installed on diesel combustion engines across all vertical markets throughout North America.

Designed and manufactured by Highline Technical Innovations, Inc., the Hy-Impact product line uses hydrogen as a catalyst to more effectively burn fuel. Hydrogen is separated from water via the process of electrolysis allowing a precise amount of hydrogen gas to be introduced into the engine’s combustion chamber, creating a significantly more efficient fuel burn. Hy-Impact’s patent-pending CPU technology ensures the correct amount of hydrogen is released, while no moisture enters the engine, resulting in a 9-23% increase in fuel economy and dramatically lowered emissions.

Velociti will be working with Alternative Hydrogen Solutions to install the units, designed for implementation on engines of all sizes, on for-hire and private fleets, commercial marine fleets, oil services machinery, agricultural machinery, locomotives, and municipal vehicles.

AHS’s relationship with Velociti will provide Hy-Impact users with access to a network of reliable installation professionals as well as fast and reliable post-installation services.

“We understand that when a vehicle isn’t moving it is likely someone is not making money,” said Bill Cunetta, president of AHS. “Making sure our Hy-Impact products are professionally installed in a swift and organized fashion is very important, especially to our large fleet operators. Velociti is the obvious choice to meet our expectations.”

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