HOME OF REGENODRIVE
HRDS Technologies Pty Ltd is a world leader in hybrid hydraulic regenerative technology for heavy commercial vehicles, in particular, Regenodive.
The Regenodrive system stores the energy of a vehicle that is normally absorbed during braking.
Regenodrive then uses this stored energy to drive the vehicle, reducing fuel consumption.
Ease of acceleration is achieved by hydraulic reserve from the braking therefore extending the engine life.
Energy in Motion
BENEFITS OF REGENODRIVE
Regenodrive is an intelligent hydraulic hybrid system designed for heavy urban commercial vehicles. Regenodrive has been shown to significantly save fuel and therefore reduce carbon emissions and other pollutants, especially carcinogenic NOx and particulate matter 2.5 (similar to asbestos). Heavy vehicles are normally significant fuel users and polluters in every country and their emissions have been shown to cause significant health problems and even deaths.
The basic concept of the Regenodrive system is to capture and store the energy that is normally dissipated during vehicle deceleration (braking). It then uses that stored energy at a later time to assist the vehicle in acceleration. This process has a net effect of improving the fuel efficiency, braking, and substantial emission reduction of the vehicle to which it is fitted.
Between 25-35% reductions in carbon dioxide, elimination of particulate matter and NOx
Typically 25-35% fuel reduction with carbon trading or trade off potential
WEAR & TEAR REDUCTION
Saves 80% of brake wear and reduces brake dust
Safe and easy to use with minimal training required and no fundamental change to vehicle driveline.
WINNER OF THE 2010 LOW CVP TECHNOLOGY AWARD
PROUDLY AUSTRALIAN OWNED
HRDS TECHNOLOGIES TEAM
Our dedicated team may come from varied backgrounds, yet, we share one common vision: to ensure a cleaner, brighter future for our planet. Regenodrive will help us achieve this goal by minimising vehicle-related emissions and saving energy. It is one of the world's most economical methods of vehicle hybridisation and is retrofittable to both current fleets and OEMs (new vehicles). No batteries required.
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