EnDyn's Featured Projects

Technical Paper on Emission Reduction Technologies for Superior® Engines – GMRC 2012 Austin, TX
EnDyn in conjunction with Altronic and Promethius Applied Technologies have combined forces to analyze a cascade of technologies to help reduce emission for legacy Superior® engines. This includes hardware (ePCC or electronic Pre-Combusion Chamber check valves and EnDyn’s (X upgrades), ignition (passive pre-chamber spark plugs and CPU-95), and control systems (ePCC programming and GOV-10).

EnDyn Customizes Superior Packages For Ameren
EnDyn, Ltd. completed a 3-year project with Ameren Illinois Utilities (AIU) in a multi-million dollar program to replace and update aging engines and compressors in Ameren’s gas storage fields in Southern Illinois.

EnDyn Revamps Compressor for Peru
EnDyn, Ltd. shipped three complete SUPERIOR® engine/compressor packages to northern Peru. The $2.85 Million project, initiated by EnDyn’s Peruvian distributor, Best World Supply, supported Petrotech’s new natural gas compression station near Talara, Peru.

Peruvian Project Proves Practical for Petrotech
EnDyn and partners made it possible to successfully meet tight schedule under challenging conditions.

Alice-based Energy Dynamics Plays Key Role in Bridge Project
Energy Dynamics, Ltd. (EnDyn), played a major role in the construction of the longest Cable-Stay Span Bridge in North America. The new Cooper River Bridge was built to replace the existing truss bridges connecting the city of Charleston, South Carolina to the town of Mount Pleasant, South Carolina along US Highway 17.

EnDyn Inks Deal in Africa
Energy Dynamics Limited (EnDyn, Ltd.) of Alice, Texas finalized a joint venture with Quimex, Ltd. of Geneva, Switzerland, Altronic Controls, Inc. of Dallas, Texas, and Altronic, Inc. of Girard, Ohio to provide Digital Control Systems to Total, a company with oil and natural gas holdings offshore of Gabon Africa.

EnDyn Completes Demolition Announces Expansion
Energy Dynamics, Ltd. (EnDyn) added to Alice’s beautification efforts by demolishing a deteriorating building in the city’s West Main Street area.