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RYPOS Expands Product Coverage to Refrigerated Container Transport

FRANKLIN, Mass. -- RYPOS, Inc., developer and manufacturer of advanced, exhaust filtration systems that reduce harmful emissions from diesel engines, have shipped their 600th clip-on generator set filter system to a large global integrated container shipment company. These retrofit exhaust filtration kits for diesel powered portable generator sets bring older engines into full California Air Resources Board emission compliance.

The filter systems, which are verified to the Level 3+ reduction standard by the California Air Resources Board (CARB), are now operational across a significant portion of the generator fleet.

The RYPOS Clip-On Active DPF is a filter that traps and burns soot reducing particulate matter emissions by more than 85 percent. Designed for ease of installation, this new product provides owners of model year 2015 and older generator units a low cost, compliant to end of equipment life option for making their gensets CARB compliant. Following an extensive field test program, the RYPOS Clip-On Active DPF was granted approval under Executive Order DE-11-008-01.

"This product is a natural extension our other product offering in the transport category space. The high quality of the product and the economic and operating benefits it provides the fleet operators of mid-life generator sets, make this product an attractive option when compared to costly unit replacement," said Peter Bransfield, RYPOS' CEO.

About RYPOS:

RYPOS (RYPOS.com) is a privately held Company with operations in Franklin, Massachusetts. They have designed and developed a number of leading-edge diesel exhaust filtration products for small and large engines that utilize their patented electrical regeneration strategy and technology.

RYPOS Contact: Trish Jacobs, 508-429-4552 or email tjacobs@rypos.com. RYPOS, Inc. ( http://www.rypos.com ) / 40 Kenwood Circle, Franklin, MA 02038.

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RYPOS ULETRU Filters for Thermoking and Carrier Transportation Refrigeration Units Achieve In-Use Compliance Goals

FRANKLIN, Mass. -- RYPOS, Inc., developer, and manufacturer of advanced, exhaust filtration systems is pleased to announce the successful completion of the On-Road In-Use Compliance required by the California Air Resources Board for their entire Ultra Low Emission Transportation Refrigeration Unit active diesel particulate filter (DPF) product line.

The DPF systems, which are verified to the Level 3+ reduction standard by the California Air Resources Board, and have been operated extensively within the refrigerated trailer fleets in California have recently been retested after years of field use by an independent lab and found to be fully emission compliant.

The Rypos Active DPF is a filter that traps and burns soot reducing particulate matter emissions by more than 85 percent. Unlike other particulate filter technologies, the Rypos system is self-monitoring and completely autonomous, ensuring that the filter is continuously clean and able to accept the full exhaust load of the engine in any operating conditions and at any time.

"This important milestone validates the systems' original design premise, that it would be an end of life compliance solution for the Tier IV interim and less than 25 horsepower engines powering the majority of the installed base," said Peter Bransfield, RYPOS' CEO.

About RYPOS:
RYPOS (http://www.rypos.com/) is a privately held Company with operations in Franklin, Massachusetts. They have designed and developed a number of leading-edge diesel exhaust filtration products for small and large engines that utilize their patented electrical regeneration strategy and technology.

RYPOS, Inc., 40 Kenwood Circle, Franklin, MA 02038.

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RYPOS ULETRU Filters Successfully Applied to Carrier and Thermoking Seven-year Engine Transportation Refrigeration Unit Models

FRANKLIN, Mass. -- RYPOS, Inc., developer, and manufacturer of advanced, exhaust filtration systems is pleased to announce the successful completion of the application engineering effort to fit their standard Ultra Low Emission Transport Refrigeration Unit Filter system to the CarrierX4 and Thermoking C650 series refrigeration units. These models use a less than 25 horsepower engine that has a seven-year emission compliance life in California. The application of the Rypos filter will extend their compliance to the end of life.

The DPF systems, which are verified to the Level 3+ reduction standard by the California Air Resources Board, and have been operated extensively within the refrigerated trailer fleets in California have recently been retested after years of field use by an independent lab and found to be fully emission compliant.

The Rypos Active DPF is a filter that traps and burns soot reducing particulate matter emissions by more than 85 percent. Unlike other particulate filter technologies, the Rypos system is self-monitoring and completely autonomous, ensuring that the filter is continuously clean and able to accept the full exhaust load of the engine in any operating conditions and at any time.

"This important milestone validates the systems original design premise, that it would be an end of a life compliance solution for the Tier IV interim and less than 25 horsepower engines powering the majority of the installed base," said Peter Bransfield, RYPOS' CEO.

About Rypos:

RYPOS (www.rypos.com/) is a privately held company with operations in Franklin, Massachusetts. They have designed and developed a number of leading-edge diesel exhaust filtration products for small and large engines that utilize their patented electrical regeneration strategy and technology.

Rypos Contact: Trish Jacobs, 508-429-4552, or email tjacobs@rypos.com. Online: https://www.rypos.com/

RYPOS, Inc., 40 Kenwood Circle, Franklin, MA 02038.

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New Stanford Hospital First to Install OSP Seismic Rated Diesel Particulate Filters

FRANKLIN, Mass. -- RYPOS, Inc., developer and manufacturer of advanced, exhaust filtration systems that reduce harmful emissions from diesel engines, and Stanford Medicine, a leader in pioneering research, creative teaching protocols and effective clinical therapies, are pleased to announce the first installation and approval of an OSP special seismic certification pre-approved diesel particulate filter for the new emergency power station at New Stanford Hospital medical center.

The filter systems, which are verified to the Level 3+ reduction standard by the California Air Resources Board, are now operational providing the hospital environment with clean, reliable and seismic tolerant emission control.

The Rypos Active DPF is a filter that traps and burns soot reducing particulate matter emissions by more than 85 percent. Unlike other particulate filter technologies, the Rypos system is self-monitoring and completely autonomous ensuring that the filter is continuously clean and able to accept the full exhaust load of the emergency generator at any time. At the request of Stanford Medicine and other critical medical facility operators, Rypos pursued and obtained the OSP special seismic certification in an effort to streamline the approval and installation process for these mission critical systems.

"People often forget that the diesel particulate filter is capable of degrading or preventing the supply of emergency back-up power should it malfunction in a seismic event. By testing the Rypos DPF to the highest seismic levels, we are able to provide New Stanford Hospital and our other hospital customers with peace of mind that their filters will remain fully operational in the event of an emergency," said Peter Bransfield, RYPOS' CEO.

Bert Hurlbut, Vice President of New Stanford Hospital, commented; "We are pleased to be the first to put the Rypos seismically certified filter into service. Stanford Health Care's commitment to sustainability and our common interest with Rypos in advancing clean air technology have resulted in a product that is ideally suited to our needs."

About RYPOS:

RYPOS - https://www.rypos.com/ - is a privately held Company with operations in Franklin, Mass. They have designed and developed a number of leading-edge diesel exhaust filtration products for small and large engines that utilize their patented electrical regeneration strategy and technology.

About Stanford Health Care:

Stanford Heath Care seeks to provide patients with the very best in diagnosis and treatment, with outstanding quality, compassion and coordination. With an unmatched track record of scientific discovery, technological innovation and translational medicine, Stanford Medicine physicians are pioneering leading edge therapies today that will change the way health care is delivered tomorrow.

Rypos Contact: Trish Jacobs, 508-429-4552 or email tjacobs@rypos.com. RYPOS, Inc. ( https://www.rypos.com/ ), 40 Kenwood Circle, Franklin, MA 02038.

Stanford Health Care Contact: Bert Hurlbut, 650-380-6858 or email bhurlbut@stanfordhealthcare.org

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