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Hodyon is ISO 9001:2008 certified. In 2009, Hodyon was named by Inc. magazine the 76th fastest growing, privately held manufacturer in the United States.
Hodyon was founded in 1986. The company sold the rights to its passenger car air conditioner business to the largest aftermarket compressor manufacturer in the world. In 2009, Hodyon launched the http://www.hodyon.com/auxiliarypower.aspx. In 2011, Hodyon was acquired by Fallbrook Technologies Inc. (Fallbrook), the developer of NuVinci Continuously Variable Transmission headquartered in San Diego, California.
Hodyon is a Greek verb meaning "going along the way or traveling". It is related to the Greek noun "way" (Hodos). Dynasys' Greek meaning is "power".
Hodyon’s APUs are used on heavy trucks and are suitable for military vehicles to provide power for heating and air conditioning, lighting and electrical devices in circumstances where the vehicle's diesel engine must be turned off. The Dynasys APU is designed to save fuel and enable driver compliance with non-idling laws. The Dynasys APU offers 6kW of power and is available with Shorepower. Shorepower allows the HVAC to be plugged into any 110-volt outlet and to work without the need to operate the APU engine.
Dynasys APU is SmartWay certified by United States Environmental Protection Agency.
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