LOWER EMISSIONS via FUEL SAVINGS

Where fuel savings are not a result of lower emissions then those lower emissions come at a very high price indeed as it is an added cost to the already high cost of fuel and transport.  If you truly want to lower emissions and fuel costs at an affordable rate...

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Modern engines are known to burn no more than 65% of their fuel.

To burn more of that fuel would require that the engine be made more efficient.

THAT IS WHAT WE DO

FUEL BURNED = ENGINE POWER


Black smoke and gasoline smell from the exhaust mean only one thing -- unburned fuel.  Unburned fuel means lost power which leads to higher fuel consumption.

Exhaust systems are LOADED with devices to counter the excess emissions that only happen in this situation.  Do you know that the sole purpose of a  'catalytic converter' is to burn fuel that did not burn in the engine?

By doing nothing more than making the engine burn a larger percentage of it's fuel, engine power increases. Because less fuel is now needed for the same workload, consumption (and emissions) also reduce.

 
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If any device is promoted to increase engine efficiency, the regular driver of that vehicle WILL notice a difference, and will likely state as such either through his/her words or his/her records and test results.  We have both -- along with the Philippine Department of Science and Technology's verification after their "Environmental Technology Verification" testing and the University of the Philippines Diliman consumption testing.

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Why Use a Carbon Cutter?

You may have heard the propaganda that modern vehicle combustion engines are "99% efficient".

REALLY...?

"Toyota has now developed a new gasoline engine which it claims has a maximum thermal efficiency of 38 percent -- greater than any other mass-produced combustion engine." -- reported in 2014.

Or the SEA's "Pathway to 50% Brake Thermal Efficiency Using Gasoline Direct Injection Compression Ignition 2019-01-1154" -- reported in 2019.
Note the word 'pathway' -- which means we are not there yet.
Note: "SAE is a global association of more than 128,000 engineers and related technical experts in the aerospace, automotive and commercial vehicle industries."

If you truly believe that combustion engines are 99% efficient, remove the catalytic converter or diesel particulate filter and measure what comes out of the exhaust pipe.


FUEL -- WHAT ACTUALLY BURNS?

Let's hear from some experts and professionals...

"After all, products like crude oil aren’t what actually burns, it’s the vapors that are flammable."

"There is a floating roof covered upon the floating tank liquid surface, liquid stored in the storage tank is separated with the air, to reduce air pollution and the danger of fire and explosion,"
Note that the liquid is separated from the air -- and why...

"Regulation 6 of the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmosphere Regulations requires that, so far as is reasonably practicable, the risks from fire and explosion should be reduced by avoiding the release of dangerous substances and by preventing the formation of explosive atmospheres."
("explosive atmospheres" being the key words here.)

These statements, and many more, should tell you that it is the VAPOR mixed with air (oxygen) that burns -- NOT the liquid.  But, what is pumped into diesel or gasoline/petrol engines to burn?

Liquid Fuel
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The same liquid that DOES NOT BURN -- and in real fact is not yet fuel.

Actual fuel is VAPORIZED liquid.

Is it any wonder that liquid fuel engines are not efficient and therefore pollute?

PS:  If you want a fun trip down the rabbit hole, follow this link but note that we are not recommending these procedures.

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