Rand Cam Miniature Air Pump Tests Surpass Required Specifications

Miniature pump has fuel cell applications.

Published: 11-Jan-2001

DETROIT--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 11, 2001-- Reg Technologies Inc. (OTCBB:REGRF)(CDNX:RRE) and its U.S. subsidiary, REGI U.S., Inc. (OTC BB: RGUS) wish to announce that successful test results have been completed by American Components, a division of EPI, on the Rand Cam Air Pump.

Paul LaMarche, the Company's engineer for the Air Pump, reported today that the Rand Cam Air Pumps were installed on the American Component test stand and checked for continuous air pressure and volumetric outputs in comparison to the Mexican-built air pumps used for the Lumbar seat support systems. These tests delivered air pressure of 3.5 PSI and air volumes of 13.2 Cu. Ft. per minute which exceeded the required specifications.

John Robertson, President of Reg Technologies, Inc. and REGI U.S., Inc. states, "The Rand Cam Air Pump has several other applications ranging from inflating air mattresses to transferring hydrogen gas to fuel cells."

REGI U.S. has now commenced licensing negotiations for the Rand Cam Air Pump for the automotive lumbar seat application with MoldRite Tool Inc. of Detroit, Michigan.

The Company's directors are considering a forward stock split in the shares of REGI U.S., Inc. subject to completing a successful license agreement with MoldRite Tool, Inc.


Reg Technologies, Inc. jointly owns the worldwide rights to the Rand Cam (TM) rotary technology with its U.S. subsidiary REGI U.S., Inc. (OTC: RGUS) and is currently incorporating its latest winged rotor technology to dramatically improve sealing and reduce friction in the diesel Rand Cam(TM) engine. The Company is designing an oil pump for automobile transmissions for one of the big three car manufacturers in Detroit, as well an air pump for the lumbar seats in automobiles. REGI and Reg Technologies are testing and developing a Hydrogen Separator technology for converting water into hydrogen and oxygen and is preparing a patent application for this invention.

Our goal is to licence the technology and/or to participate in joint ventures to manufacture specific Rand Cam(TM) applications and the Hydrogen Separator Technology.

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