• Substantially eliminates emissions

  • Decreases fuel consumption

  • Increases engine performance by as much as 6%

  • Emissions Testing Completed  with 18% less precous metals reduction in catalyst loading




InTheWorks, Inc. is a privately held company located in Seattle WA. We have developed a patented (US8034310) Catalytic Housing Technology which reduces back pressure over comparable catalyst-based systems, and enhances the performance of non-catalyzed engines as well. We offer products which are for the marine, automotive, and aircraft marketplace where stringent emissions standards need to be met, and where performance and efficiency is demanded as well. We have documented improvements in fuel efficiency, emissions reduction capability, and improvements in total engine power output. Our technology incorporates an Exhaust Gas Recirculation chamber surrounding the catalyst core with vents protruding into the incoming and outgoing exhaust gas streams to drive a counter-flow of exhaust gas through the chamber. Depending upon the application, a fluid-thermal interchange chamber may surround the system, as a whole, for cooling and future thermal transfer integration. The technology was applied to a 2011 California emissions equipped GM truck, with an LC9, 5.3 liter gas engine. The Initial testing was completed at a certified emissions test lab in California in 2011 with additional testing completed in September of 2013 that further validated the results obtained in the 2011 testing. Emissions numbers were collected along with fuel mileage calculations, and performance. All testing was performed by personnel managed by the test facility. These members included a vehicle operator, and testing facilitator who proctored the emissions tests and operated all instruments and related computer systems. Due to the human element involved, multiple passes were taken on the dynamometer to capture results and determine data variance. Marine testing has documented reductions in CO, VOCs and NOx by up to 99%, decreases in fuel consumption by up to 10% and a boost in power  by as much as 6%.