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VanDyne SuperTurbo, Inc.

VanDyne SuperTurbo specializes in the design and commercialization of a next generation engine efficiency technology for cars and trucks.

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Industrial/Energy
  • Location Loveland, CO, USA
  • Currency USD

Company Summary

The SuperTurbo can reduce soot emissions, improve fuel economy, eliminate turbo lag, increase torque, enable natural gas engines, decrease engine size and weight, and boost horsepower. The SuperTurbo allows manufacturers to downsize their engines, thereby enabling even lower fuel consumption, lighter weight, and fewer CO2 emissions. The Company is negotiating a development contract with a Japanese truck manufacturer, for production SuperTurbos.

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    Ed VanDyne
    CEO

    Mr. VanDyne is a successful inventor, entrepreneur, and engineering manager, bringing more than 25 years of experience in automotive innovation and industry sales to the Company. Mr. VanDyne was the Founder and President of Adrenaline Research, Inc., a venture-backed spin-out from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, based on the technology he invented and developed. The Company was sold to Woodward in 2004 for an 8x return to investors.

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    Mark Herbst
    President and COO

    Mr. Herbst has over 28 years in electronics manufacturing. Including 13 years as a Division President at the Dii Group; a spinout of Dover Corp. The Dii Group was a global contract electronics design, engineering and manufacturing provider to leading OEMs around the world. Mark was involved in growing Dii’s annual sales from $100M at the time of the spinout to over $2B by 2000 at which point Flextronics International acquired the Company for $3B.

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    Mark Herbst
    President and COO

    Mr. Herbst has over 28 years in electronics manufacturing. Including 13 years as a Division President at the Dii Group; a spinout of Dover Corp. The Dii Group was a global contract electronics design, engineering and manufacturing provider to leading OEMs around the world. Mark was involved in growing Dii’s annual sales from $100M at the time of the spinout to over $2B by 2000 at which point Flextronics International acquired the Company for $3B.