SOURCE: Xynergy Holdings, Inc.

February 16, 2011 08:30 ET

Xynergy Holdings, Inc. Is Pleased to Announce Outstanding Third Party Emissions Results

Results Show Progress Towards Fuel Efficient Cell Technology

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - February 16, 2011) - Xynergy Holdings, Inc. (the "Company") (PINKSHEETS: XYNH) is pleased to announce the findings of its subsidiary, HydroFuels, Inc., third-party emissions testing (gas analysis) on certified government equipment, for its "Second Generation Goliath Fuel Cell." The third-party facility conducted six separate tests at speeds averaging 21.5, 42.1, and 63 miles per hour (mph)(one at each speed with the fuel cell on and the fuel cell off), on a Dynamometer, with the fuel cell Amps pushing approximately 35 at 1,500 to 2,000 RPMs. Dynamometer testing is used by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to gage vehicle emissions and fuel economy testing.

The 5 different gases analyzed were: (i) Hydrocarbons (HC), which is released into the atmosphere as a result of incomplete combustion of fossil fuels and fuel evaporation and is a major component of smog; (ii) Carbon Dioxide (CO2), which is a harmless, ordorless gas. It is a by-product of complete combustion, but it is also a greenhouse gas that contributes to global warming; (iii) Oxygen (O2), indicates the key role oxygen sensors play in engine performance in the reduction of pollution; (iv) Carbon Monoxide (CO), which is a colorless, odorless gas, given off as a normal by-product of combustion. It is poisonous and extremely dangerous in confined areas; (v) Nitrogen Oxide (NOX), which is a generic term for the mono-nitrogen oxides (nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide). These are produced from the reaction of nitrogen and oxygen gases in the air during combustion, especially at high temperatures. In areas of high motor vehicle traffic, such as large cities, the amount of NOX emitted into the atmosphere as air pollution can be significant. It is considered to be a serious air pollutant because it is so irritating on a person's respiratory system. NOX control is considered to be very difficult on a diesel engine, especially if it's heavily loaded and has a relatively low power-to-weight ratio. If the engine has to work harder, it puts out more NOX, thus the emissions-control systems managing it have become sophisticated and expensive.

In general, all of the gases exhibited positive results when the fuel cell was on in comparison to the cell in the off position. The CO2 levels indicate the efficiency of the combustion and exhibited a difference at the highest mpg average of a 65% decrease in emissions. In all instances with the cell on, the O2 exhibited a steady increase providing a good indication of a lean running engine. At the highest mpg average there was a 21% increase in output of emissions. The CO levels indicated ideal Air/Fuel ratios and remained relatively unchanged at the lower mph; at the highest there was a 50% drop in emissions. The low numbers generated by NOX with the system on also confirms the favorable effects on the environment with the values dropping 31% when the system was active. One of the most impressive numbers came from the HC values at the highest speed (63 MPH). With the cell in the off position, the parts per million (PPM) measured 23, in comparison to the value of zero (0) with the cell turned on. Clearly this illustrates the efficiency of the cell and proves that there was more unspent fuel produced with the system turned off, ultimately creating a significant difference in fuel economy. In addition to the benefit of the fuel consumption, we also notice that a low HC value means less Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) that produce Smog. The zero rating for HC produced with the Goliath system active translates into fewer pollutants for the environment, an important part of the overall goal of the entire project. These results will be published on our website in the coming days.

CEO, JC Ley comments, "Clearly these results suggest we are on the right track. There is a long way to go in order to bring this second generation cell to market, but these results can only suggest as a company we are heading in the right direction. As we further test this second generation cell, and make design modifications we will be able to determine what will be the most energy efficient direction we should take to produce a viable and marketable hydrogen cell."

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