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Diesel Tech Industries

Diesel Tech Industries is a trusted and well-established company with over two decades of expertise in the transport industry technology field. Our unwavering commitment to continuous innovation has propelled us to the forefront of the industry, positioning us as an industry leader both in Alberta and on a global scale. We take great pride in being pioneers in building cutting-edge electronic technology for vehicles, setting new standards in transportation technology.


“Our Company is rooted in driving innovative technology for the transportation industry. Transparency is important to us and being able to assure customers that our sources are sustainable is a priority. Along with this, DTI has created a customer-focused culture by going beyond and listening to our customer needs.” – Rebecca Goldsack, COO

Identified Problem

  • Regulatory requirements to reduce greenhouse emissions by 2030 and down to net-zero by 2050.
  • Existing fleet economics, or sunk capital, before looking at replacement of their engines or tractors.
  • DTI will help fleets with the energy transition and ensure competitiveness for themselves and their clients.

Our Solution

As the world transitions to low-carbon energy sources, the headwinds facing the trucking industry are numerous and significant. At the top of the list are the regulations to lower the emission of CO2, NOx, SOx, and Particulate Matter. In addition to the lower emission requirements, fleets must also ensure they maximize their existing fleet capital before looking at replacing either engines or trucks. By ensuring low emissions and high capital efficiency, innovative and environmentally conscious trucking fleets can build a competitive advantage during bidding and procurement processes with their clients.

Pressure Sensor

Common Rail

Spacer Plate

High Flow
Machined Ports

In-House Made
Injector Harness

Uses OEM Gaskets

Hydrogen Injector

Injection Tubes

Efficiency of Engine

The data beside is based on a Volvo D13 in a Long Haul Class 8 application, traveling 300,000 km per year.

There are two different numbers at play when DTI talks about the efficiency of the engine.

Mass Replacement – This is referring to the actual amount of diesel that is being replaced by hydrogen. If the target mass replacement is 20% per 100L of diesel, then 20L of diesel would be replaced with 6.2kg of hydrogen.

Efficiency of Engine – The addition of hydrogen in a diesel engine allows for a more complete combustion of diesel and reduces the build up of carbon in the engine. Replacing diesel with hydrogen will allow the engine to travel the same distance while consuming less diesel.