Exploring partnerships with industry leaders, adapting ClearFlame technology for mining applications
Offering a clean, renewable fuel alternative and reducing cost of ownership—advancing ESG goals and business objectives
The Heaviest of Heavy-Duty
Even as mining companies set high standards for carbon reduction, they face a number of challenges in operationalizing sustainable practices. Mining vehicles, like heavy-duty trucks, must meet a number of specific power and duty requirements, limiting their options when it comes to implementing alternative solutions. In addition, these companies tend to replace vehicles less frequently because of the long lifecycle of their heavy machines, Further, they operate across the world and locally available fuels vary.
Heavy-duty mining truck operators see few options other than diesel when powering their heavy, 60 to 100-liter engines. ClearFlame could change that paradigm. Here’s how:
Power & duty
ClearFlame’s technology can match the durability and load capacity of a heavy-duty diesel. Their engine is 85% the same – it simply runs on renewable client fuels instead of diesel
Long life cycle
ClearFlame can be retrofitted into existing engines, allowing operators to still benefit from the longevity of their existing fleet
Ease of Service
Today’s diesel mechanics can easily integrate service and repair of ClearFlame technology
ClearFlame equips engines to run on any low-soot liquid fuel, which means heavy-duty operators can choose between 100% renewable ethanol or another locally available sustainable fuel.
ClearFlame engines have a lower total cost of ownership than any alternative technology, including diesel, natural gas, EV and hydrogen.
Many mining leaders have adopted aggressive ESG goals. Companies recognize the need for rapid carbon reductions. ClearFlame reduces equipment emissions by up to 70%, making tomorrow’s ESG goals today’s realities.
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