We are offering 8-12% increase in net profit for fleet managers by replacing inefficient diesel particulate removal devices with a device that reduces truck carbon emission, meeting environmental regulations for both old and new vehicles. Our device helps diesel operated vehicles meet environmental standards hassle-free.

Environmental regulations, including the Clean Air Act mandate diesel operated vehicles to meet carbon emission regulation, however, the devices that facilitate reduced carbon emission is very expensive, hard to manage and, unreliable.

Caplack is retrofitted on a truck's exhaust and uses the excess heat of a diesel operated truck to capture and trap black carbon particles, thus reducing emission by 85% and meeting environmental regulations without any modification needed in the engine. This technology does not require any external energy for operation and it eliminates any requirement for filters and sensors, which cause a lot of malfunctions in trucks. Curren...
We are offering 8-12% increase in net profit for fleet managers by replacing inefficient diesel particulate removal devices with a device that reduces truck carbon emission, meeting environmental regulations for both old and new vehicles. Our device helps diesel operated vehicles meet environmental standards hassle-free.

Environmental regulations, including the Clean Air Act mandate diesel operated vehicles to meet carbon emission regulation, however, the devices that facilitate reduced carbon emission is very expensive, hard to manage and, unreliable.

Caplack is retrofitted on a truck's exhaust and uses the excess heat of a diesel operated truck to capture and trap black carbon particles, thus reducing emission by 85% and meeting environmental regulations without any modification needed in the engine. This technology does not require any external energy for operation and it eliminates any requirement for filters and sensors, which cause a lot of malfunctions in trucks. Current operational trucks can replace their Diesel Particulate Filter(DPF) with our device, and old trucks that cannot operate due to environmental regulations can use this device to be operational again.

By replacing DPFs with Caplack, truck drivers and fleet managers can reduce capital cost spent on carbon emission by 50% and save $5,000 in annual maintenance cost per truck. Furthermore, drivers can experience increased working days due to decreased downtime. This will have a positive impact on fleet managers because, while the trucking industry is a $700 billion industry, it only garners 6-7% profit, therefore any amount of savings will significantly enhance profitability.

Another aspect of our business model is a long-term plan to collect the captured black carbon. Our device does not turn the captured black carbon to ash, so once we have accumulated sufficient amount of black carbon, we plan to recycle and reuse it by selling it to manufacturers that use black carbon for production of materials such as rubber and paint.

Finally, our technology is not limited to trucks. In the future, we are planning to expand our product line to fit any diesel operated machine including ships or diesel locomotives.
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