The U.S. Government and several European countries have been tightening fuel specifications and are making major changes relating to the environment. Emission levels and their effect on public health as well as the deterioration of the ozone layer are of major concern. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”), with the assistance of other agencies and civilian organizations, have determined that the majority of emission pollution is derived from burning fossil fuels and their byproducts.
The TK7 Products nanotechnology addresses these concerns by changing the molecular structure of the fuel to burn more completely which, in turn, improves fuel economy an average of 15%, and reduces emissions by 40% to 60%. The detergent removes carbon from the engine and the new fuel burns much cleaner. The synthetic lubricant that is left behind from burning the fuel in the combustion chamber reduces friction and extends the life of engine components such as injectors and particulate filters, and extends the life of the engines.
The Kashmere and Clarke facilities CRC Hot Soak Cycle Test results show the additized fuel decreased HC emission from 2000 to 800 (60%), and the CO emissions from 2.5 to 1.5 (40%). Contact us to discuss opacity emissions and fuel economy testing to measure the impacts of using the TK7 nanotechnology, and to determine the ROI for your company.