Neutrinos seeks to ‘disrupt’ auto industry
Calyn Yap | 26 Feb 2016 00:30
Neutrinos Engineering Sdn Bhd is using hydrogen to clean car engines which potentially opens up new opportunities in terms of more business for mechanics and new business models for entrepreneurs. The company’s president Andy Low says the technology, called Neuto Dry Hydrogen Auto-Therapy, solves the underlying issue of incomplete combustion that leads to carbon build-up in the engine. This carbon deposit affects car performance and fuel efficiency, and in turn shortens vehicle lifespan. Neutrinos recently signed a million-ringgit deal with a Chinese investor for the machines. It also has a memorandum of understanding with a local company that has committed RM2 mil to roll out the service locally by targeting government fleets.

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