Let us show you how we can reduce your emissions and improve your fuel efficiency. We promise we will challenge your thoughts about what is possible.
- Technology works with all fuel types including gasoline, diesel, compressed natural gas (CNG), and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
Emissions are the byproduct of an engine not fully combusting the impurities present in fuel. The technology works by pre-treating the fuel while in the fuel tank. The cutting edge process of adding targeted frequencies to the fuel allows for the impurities to be combusted when the new fuel enters the engine rendering the impurities inert. The result is a cleaner engine that uses less fuel to perform and is practically Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) and or Hydrocarbon (HC) emission free.
Greater Detail: The process of pre-treating the fuel is a process that starts with identifying the present impurities. Next the frequency of the impurities are identified. using quantum science. The last piece of the process is called Quantum matching which matches the frequency of the impurities with the equal and opposite frequency thus causing the impurities to become inert. The end result is a fully combusted fuel expending practically zero NOx and HC emissions.
Results in emissions practically free of Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) and Hydrocarbon (HC) and Carbon Monoxide (CO). (1) (*)
Gasoline MPG: 10% increase on average*
Diesel MPG: 8% increase on average*
* Note when measuring all fuel efficiency benefits be aware of the following facts:
Fuel efficiency and emission reductions are progressive with time operated and/or miles driven. (takes hours of operation/miles driven for engine to naturally clean or detoxify impurities and begin to operate optimally)
Recommended oil and filters be changed after first 3 tanks of operation or ~1,000 miles
maximum fuel efficiency benefits will be seen after oil change and within the next 2- 3 fuel tank fills or approximately 1,000 miles.
Fuel efficiency is greatly influenced by air temperature.
* Note: All MPG claims are observed and measured but not verified by 3rd party. Emission results have been verified by California Environmental Engineering. (see report under 3rd party verification)
Testing was performed at EPA recognized and CARB approved California Environmental Engineering in Santa Anna CA.
Emissions Test on 2008 Ford F450 Diesel Pick-Up Truck
Test format: Perform baseline emissions test, drive truck 500 miles, Perform Test 1 and 2 on following day.
Takeaways: Our fuel software works to reduce emissions. According to California Environmental Engineering typical emission reduction devices only remove approximately 1-2% of emissions. We truly are a next generation technology! (Note: emissions are almost entirely removed when driven enough miles that detoxifies engine from contaminants.) This test was only conduced after 500 miles. Below is the full report produced by California Environmental Engineering.