Reg Technologies, Inc. / REGI U.S., Inc. Names Robert Walter Vice President of the 'Generation of Hydrogen' Project

Apr 18, 2001, 01:00 ET from Reg Technologies, Inc. from ,REGI U.S., Inc.

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia, April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Reg Technologies,
 Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:   REGRF; CDNX: RRE.V) and its U.S. subsidiary REGI
 U.S., Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:   RGUS) wish to announce that Robert Walter has
 been appointed Vice President of the "Generation of Hydrogen" patent
 application project, which was recently acquired by the Company from Dr.
 George Magaha (the inventor).  See news release dated February 27, 2001
 regarding details of patent application.
     Mr. Walter brings with him extensive expertise in the hydrogen field.  As
 a former engineer at Boeing for their Rocketdyne Division from December 1960
 to September 1999, Mr. Walter dedicated a large portion of his work with
 hydrogen compatibility with metals as associated with rocket engine
 components.  Mr. Walter also worked on advanced hydrogen storage concepts that
 were communicated to the U.S. Department of Energy and he authored 36
 literature publications, 10 patents and received 5 NASA tech brief awards on
 hydrogen.  Mr. Walter will be mainly responsible for research and testing the
 Generation of Hydrogen technology for use in fuel cells.
     Dr. George Magaha states "Hydrogen will be suitable for everything from
 the operation of automobiles, buses, airplanes, to even space shuttle
 propulsions which requires fuel that is low weight, clean, compact and with a
 high energy content."
 
     ABOUT REG TECHNOLOGIES, INC. / REGI U.S., 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. 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 as an air pump for the lumbar
 seats in automobiles and has filed for a patent for a Hydrogen Separator
 Technology.  According to the patent application the "Generation of Hydrogen"
 requires no heating or electrical energy and thereby conserves energy.
     The Company's goal is to license the technology and/or to participate in
 joint ventures to manufacture specific Rand Cam(TM) applications and the
 Hydrogen Separator Technology.
 
     ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
 
     John Robertson
     President
 
     The Canadian Venture Exchange has neither approved nor disapproved of the
 information contained herein.
 
 

SOURCE Reg Technologies, Inc.; REGI U.S., Inc.
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia, April 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Reg Technologies,
 Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:   REGRF; CDNX: RRE.V) and its U.S. subsidiary REGI
 U.S., Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board:   RGUS) wish to announce that Robert Walter has
 been appointed Vice President of the "Generation of Hydrogen" patent
 application project, which was recently acquired by the Company from Dr.
 George Magaha (the inventor).  See news release dated February 27, 2001
 regarding details of patent application.
     Mr. Walter brings with him extensive expertise in the hydrogen field.  As
 a former engineer at Boeing for their Rocketdyne Division from December 1960
 to September 1999, Mr. Walter dedicated a large portion of his work with
 hydrogen compatibility with metals as associated with rocket engine
 components.  Mr. Walter also worked on advanced hydrogen storage concepts that
 were communicated to the U.S. Department of Energy and he authored 36
 literature publications, 10 patents and received 5 NASA tech brief awards on
 hydrogen.  Mr. Walter will be mainly responsible for research and testing the
 Generation of Hydrogen technology for use in fuel cells.
     Dr. George Magaha states "Hydrogen will be suitable for everything from
 the operation of automobiles, buses, airplanes, to even space shuttle
 propulsions which requires fuel that is low weight, clean, compact and with a
 high energy content."
 
     ABOUT REG TECHNOLOGIES, INC. / REGI U.S., 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. 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 as an air pump for the lumbar
 seats in automobiles and has filed for a patent for a Hydrogen Separator
 Technology.  According to the patent application the "Generation of Hydrogen"
 requires no heating or electrical energy and thereby conserves energy.
     The Company's goal is to license the technology and/or to participate in
 joint ventures to manufacture specific Rand Cam(TM) applications and the
 Hydrogen Separator Technology.
 
     ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
 
     John Robertson
     President
 
     The Canadian Venture Exchange has neither approved nor disapproved of the
 information contained herein.
 
 SOURCE  Reg Technologies, Inc.; REGI U.S., Inc.