UMS Faculty of Engineering, Kota Kinabalu. Wednesday, 20th March 2019:
UMS (University Malaysia Sabah) Faculty of Engineering today enter into collaboration with Exorin Technologies Sdn. Bhd., to improvise and complete the Exorin Engine Rejuvenation System, a flagship technology of Exorin Technologies Sdn Bhd to higher efficiency for commercialization and mass production. This is after joint testing conducted by the Exorin team with SESB (Sabah Electricity Sdn. Bhd.) on its big diesel power plant showing a return of 374% or RM140,000.00 return-on-investment generated from one diesel generation is possible. In this collaboration, a fleet of UMS buses will be used to test the efficiency of Exorin product to reduce harmful exhaust emission and black smoke such as the carbon monoxide, hydrocarbon and black carbon emission which are the major pollutants from diesel emission that is causing our air pollution, World No. 1 health risk factor that is responsible for causing 7 million death per year globally announced by WHO (World Health Organisation) in 2017. These emissions are also climate pollutants warming our planet.
Letter of Intent (LoI) with FKJ UMS
Prof Ir Dr. Karim Mirasa and Mr. Clement Lee Signing LoI
Exorin Team with Mr. Abdullah and Dr. Suffian after LoI Signing
IR Dr. Karim Bin Mirasa, UMS Faculty of Engineering Dean says; This LOI will be a great opportunity for UMS to learn about Green industry, using this technology to bridge with the industry. UMS and the Exorin team are working very hard to make this technology available for everyone in a fast, simple and inexpensive product form so that everyone can play a part to share a global responsibility in taking care of our environment. This technology once completed, will be a win-win solution to combat the rising pollution and climate change. this technology has the potential, using its cost-saving benefits to lead our local industry towards a low carbon economy.
Clement Lee Nyuk Yin, Founder and Managing Director of Exorin Technologies Sdn. Bhd. Says; Since 2009, Exorin has been introduced in the market under the name 1Solution to JKR Tawau. This technology has taken the automotive, 4×4 association and specialist workshop by storm however after realizing that it is costly, we continued our research on the formulation. Our technology is proven to work on every diesel engine. Now with UMS experts to enhance with an enriched formulation, we take this opportunity to ask every Malaysian industry to give this local Sabah developed and produced a product a chance. This is no longer about us promoting our technology as we have given it all for our environment, our next generation and it’s next. A reduce emission campaign is in discussion with the local authority to bring this win-win technology directly to fleet owners, transporters, manufacturing, and the local industries. We will be selecting a list of the well-established local organization to promote as a role model to encourage the industry to start reducing emission as a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program. Through power generation, manufacturing, and transportation sector the major contributor of GHG emission in Malaysia, this campaign will make an enormous impact on our environment.
Ivan Berlancic, Exorin Technical Support from Australia says; Malaysian D2 Diesel fuel (500ppm) is still far from 50ppm which was introduced by UN Climate Change as a solution to address climate change as impurities from high sulfur fuel are interfering modern emission control such as particle filters, cabalistic etc leading to excessive unburned fuel emission released into our environment. Exorin technologies will effectively remove these impurities from your engine before it starts to cause damages. This method has proven to be fast, affordable and with immediate effect in emission reduction.
Abu Bin Zahirim, UMS Faculty of Engineering Deputy Dean (Research and Innovation) says; In the future, expert from Faculty of Engineering UMS will collaborate with Exorin to assess the performance of Exorin product and consequently move towards improving the current product for wider market. In addition, third-year students from the faculty will be trained at Exorin Centre to strengthen their knowledge practically on especially internal engine combustion.
Abdullah Mohd Tahir, UMS Faculty of Engineering Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of Exorin Project says; UMS will be able to quantify the product improvements towards diesel engines, where the improved performance on the buses driveability and emission control especially on the smoke emission which is both a climate pollutant and air pollution. Other than that, this LOI will help expose our students to new technology in the market and knowledge of the internal combustion engine.
This technology has undergone many tests but never on the big heavy-duty industrial’s engines. The SESB Power Plant joint-testing has proven this technology works on both small and big diesel engine. This collaboration with UMS will provide the best opportunity for this technology to be developed a fast, simple and inexpensive solution for the industries and public diesel owners. Exorin team is excited to launch our Nationwide Reduce Emission Campaign for the public to be more aware of the environment.