Air2Nitrous™ Breaks Common Design Formulas

Many engine manufacturers are “all” following a common design formula to reduce emissions, which include; boosted turbos, increased fuel injection pressures and timing, redesigned common rail fuel injection, increased EGR rates, optimizing engine airflow, redesigning valves and valve timing, electronic engine management, combustion chamber geometry, all the while trying to integrate diesel engines and EGR systems into a single unit…illustrating engine manufacturers are still “stuck in the box”. Air2Nitrous™ is breakout technology. The technology produces similar or better results than complex and expensive SCR/EGR solutions being implemented today.

Air2Nitrous™ Thinking “Outside the Box” Creates Breakthrough Technology


Air2Nitrous™ technology has undergone many of its own modifications and upgrades since its invention in 2006. Thus we are particularly sensitive to the efforts of engine manufacturers in advancing and improving SCR and EGR systems. However, our contention is engine manufacturers have been too focused on the “box” and not on possibilities of what exists “outside the box”.


This is how and why Air2Nitrous™ technology is different putting us in a unique position unchallenged by others. While SCR and EGR technologies are ‘aftertreatment’ (after exhaust) or ‘phase three’ emission systems, we treat everything effectively upstream or ‘first phase’ emissions, prior to and during combustion. This is what we refer to as “out of the box” leading to this breakthrough technology. Air2Nitrous™ is the only proven technology to take this approach with outstanding results.


Engine manufacturers in this era of close to zero emissions can no longer afford to ignore “out of the box” solutions. Just as over a decade ago engine manufacturers could not afford not to take on SCR and EGR solutions, they can no longer afford to overlook pre-combustion or ‘first phase’ emission treatment technologies like Air2Nitrous™ and expect to remain competitive. This is the evolutionary nature of technology, ‘get on board now or be left behind in a few years’. In reality, only so many changes can be made before it is “time to go back to the drawing board”.