Diesel Engine Fuel Savings Device
You May Also Be Interested In:
fuel savings device
off road motorcycles
RTG Management Inc. , Canada & Clean Fuel Technology (CFT) , USA
The purpose of this document is to introduce interested parties to Clean Fuel Technology, Inc. , (CFT) a company with exclusive representation of EPS Nano-fuel Oil Technology products in Canada. The demand for improved fuel efficiency has never been greater. Gasoline and Diesel Fuel prices have recently doubled. Home Heating Oil and Natural Gas prices are up 50%. Both Businesses and Consumers are feeling the pain of higher energy prices. The days of cheap fuel are over. Regulations by local, provincial and national government over concerns about the effects of exhaust emissions on the environment are increasing. Issues like global warming and the health risks associated with air pollution from tail gas emissions are being felt by everyone.
Developed in China, using the principles of Nano-Technology, EPS Nano-fuel oils technology products are designed to improve both fuel efficiency and air quality when used with any engine or furnace that burns gasoline, diesel fuel, heating oil, kerosene or gas. Over a decade of research has gone into this internationally patented technology and Clean Fuel Technology has secured the exclusive rights of distribution for both the EPS products and technology use in the United States and Canada.
The opportunity for success is enormous. There are tens of millions of vehicles and equipment products produced or sold in the United States every year. This represents a sales market value for the EPS product line of over $100 billion dollars in the next 5 years. Once properly installed, there is no maintenance and product performance is expected to last over 5 years. Market research has shown that both businesses and consumers show interest in fuel savings of 5% or more. Government regulators show interest in emissions reductions of 20% or better. When installed on vehicles and other equipment, EPS nano-fuel oils technology products have delivered fuel savings of 10%-30% and emissions reductions of 40% and higher. Market timing has never been better. Rising fuel prices will increase demand for EPS products. New government regulations regarding the reduction of exhaust emissions demand results that the EPS products can deliver.
The EPS Nano-Fuel Oils Technology has been reviewed and tested by leading research institutions as; The Penetration Hydromechanics Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; the Neutron Laboratory for the Atomic-Physics Research Institute of the Chinese Atomic Energy Research Authority; The National Institute of Standards & Technology Center for Neutron Research (NIST) , Technology Administration U. S. Department of Commerce. Test results have verified the effects of the EPS devices on changing fuel oils to nano-fuels. No other device is known to have done this.
Clean Fuel Technology will take advantage of the technological superiority of the EPS nano-fuel oils devices in the fuel savings and emissions control markets. Sophisticated in design the EPS devices can be used as both a stand-alone fuel savings and emissions control device, or as a complimentary in line fuel treatment device with both exhaust treatment devices and air enhancement devices. An EPS device used complimentarily will help extend the live of exhaust treatment devices, some of which cost thousands of dollars.
Clean Fuel Technology will position itself as a distributor of technology enhanced environmentally friendly products. As a green company it is the goal of CFT to seek out other related or complimentary green products. Although the focus will be on the EPS line of devices, CFT will use the strength of the EPS market to attract and distribute other products. Clean Fuel Technologys growth will follow the paths of multiple opportunities. Initial focus will be on the Diesel market. Vehicles using diesel fuel consume larger quantities of fuel not because they are less efficient but because they do more work. They are generally commercial vehicles involved in the transportation, construction, agriculture service or other industries. Fuel consumption is a large part of their operating costs and they are always looking for ways to cut costs. Operating less is not a good option. These industries are also under a lot of pressure to reduce emissions from government regulations. The EPS nano-fuel devices are a perfect solution. The customers return on investment will be a few weeks to a few months depending on the amount of fuel used. This market also presents the opportunity of multiple sales to one customer as many large truck fleets use diesel fuel. Some of these fleets number in the tens of thousands of trucks.
Other large fleet markets include Federal, State, Provincial and Municipal Governments, which include school buses, transit buses, police cars, road maintenance and construction equipment, postal delivery vehicles, small delivery truck, small service trucks, taxis and many others.
Technology should become very desirable to investors or other companies. CFT will have a professional management team using technology to manage all phases of its business. The markets will be made, the technology accepted, and the public highly interested.
Clean Fuel Technology will be offering investment opportunities to investors in the beginning phases when the markets are being made, the management team is coming together and testing is taking place. Hydrocarbon based fuels, Gasoline, Diesel Fuel, Kerosene, Heating Oils, Natural Gas are the sources of most of the energy produced in the world today. These fuels are nearly the exclusive energy source for all forms of transportation; Automobiles, Trucks, Marine Vessels, Motorcycles, Airplanes, and Trains. They are also a significant source of energy for Non-Transportation vehicles and equipment such as; Farm Equipment, Construction Equipment, Stationary and Mobile Electric Generators, Recreational Boats, All Terrain Vehicles, Snowmobiles, Off Road Motorcycles, Lawn and Garden Equipment and many other small and large vehicles and devices that require an independent energy source.
Although hydrocarbon based fuels are convenient and a good energy source, their widespread use poses significant threats to the environment and specific threats to the human population. These threats are often exacerbated in high-density population areas such as cities and metropolitan areas and pose additional risks to specific areas such as Southern California where air circulation is restricted due to the geographic terrain.
Gasoline and diesel fuels are the most common fuels used in todays combustion engines. They are a mixture of hydrocarbons, compounds that contain hydrogen and carbon atoms. In a "perfect" engine, oxygen in the air would convert all the hydrogen in the fuel to water and all the carbon in the fuel to carbon dioxide. Nitrogen in the air would remain unaffected. In reality, the combustion process cannot be "perfect, " and spark ignition and compression ignition engines emit several types of pollutants:
HYDROCARBONS (HC) : Hydrocarbon emissions result when fuel molecules in the engine do not burn or burn only partially. Hydrocarbons react in the presence of nitrogen oxides and sunlight to form ground-level ozone, a major component of smog. Ozone irritates the eyes, damages the lungs, and aggravates respiratory problems. It is our most widespread and intractable urban air pollution problem. A number of exhaust hydrocarbons are also toxic, with the potential to cause cancer.
NITROGEN OXIDES (NOx) : Under the high pressure and temperature conditions in an engine, nitrogen and oxygen atoms in the air react to form various nitrogen oxides, collectively known as NOx. Nitrogen oxides, like hydrocarbons, are precursors to the formation of ozone. They also contribute to the formation of acid rain.
CARBON MONOXIDE (C0) : Carbon monoxide is a product of incomplete combustion and occurs when carbon in the fuel is partially oxidized rather than fully oxidized to carbon dioxide (CO2) . Carbon monoxide reduces the flow of oxygen in the bloodstream and is particularly dangerous to persons with heart disease.
CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) : In recent years, the EPA has started to view carbon dioxide, a product of "perfect" combustion, as a pollution concern. Carbon dioxide does not directly impair human health, but it is a "greenhouse gas" that traps the earth's heat and contributes to the potential for global warming.
PARTICULATE MATTER (PM) . The visible emissions you can see in diesel exhaust are known as Particulate Matter. These include many carbon particles (soot) as well as gases that become visible as they cool. PM has been identified as a toxic air contaminant based on its potential to cause cancer and other adverse health effects.
Air Pollution from fuel exhaust emissions has been a growing concern. California which has the largest vehicle population and biggest air pollution problem has been a leader in the design and implementation of emission control standards. CARB (California Air Resources Board) , EPA (Federal Environmental Protection Agency) , and other State Agencies have been engaged in formulating and implementing legislation that is charged with reducing air pollution form exhaust emissions. These agencies have set milestones that need to be met in the upcoming years for both manufacturers of new combustion engines (OEMS) and for users of existing ones (Retrofit Programs) .
With increasing fuel prices, Fuel Economy or Fuel Efficiency has become a major concern to fuel consumers. Prices have more than doubled in the past two years putting pressure on consumers and businesses. With the increased demand from emerging economies such as China and India coupled with a finite supply from unstable Mid East producers, all indications point to ever increasing fuel oil prices. Consumers have recently become very aware that the only way to save money on fuel is to use less of it.
This efficiency awareness has resulted in a new demand for fuel-efficient vehicles and apparatus in the United States. Fuel efficiency is a result in both engine and vehicle design. Fuel efficiency in apparatus is mostly a result of engine design. New engine design incorporates methods of burning existing fuels (Diesel, Gasoline, Natural Gas, Kerosene, Heating Oils) more completely. These methods result in utilizing more of the energy properties found in the fuel and result in a better fuel burn and less emissions. However, none of these methods conditions the physical properties of the fuel for an optimal burn.
Clean Fuel Technology, Inc. (CFT) is a company that is engaged in the marketing and distribution of technology products that alter the physical properties of hydrocarbon fuels in such a way as to prepare the fuels for an optimal burn either in a combustion engine or a gas or oil fired furnace. When applied to existing or new engines and furnaces, CFTS line of technology products will reduce fuel consumption the total amounts of emissions produced by combustion engines, furnaces and other methods of burning hydrocarbon-based fuels.
EPS Nano-Fuel Technology is a result of over a decade of research and development. The technology was developed, produced and has been contracted to CFT by Beijing Yuantong Co. , Ltd. , a company of Chinese origin headquartered in Beijing, China. The President of Beijing Yuantong Company, Mr. Wenhao Wang, is the Chinese and International patent holder of the EPS Nano-Fuel Oils Technology. Mr. Wang is also a major shareholder in Clean Fuel Technology.
EPS Nano-Fuel Oils Technology is a leading application of nano-technology and a major breakthrough technology with regards to fuel oils. The essence of the technology is that as fuel oils or gases pass through an EPS nano-fuel device the fuel molecules which are commonly clustered in sizes of 300nm or greater are transformed to nano-scale molecules, less than 3nm in size. The chemical properties of the fuel are not changed. Diesel fuel remains diesel fuel and retains all the characteristics of diesel fuel. However, the physical size of the molecules have been reduced allowing for the effects that are produced from nano-sized fuel particles.
The EPS Nano-Fuel Oils Technology has been reviewed and tested by leading research institutions as: The Penetration Hydromechanics Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; the Neutron Laboratory for the Atomic-Physics Research Institute of the Chinese Atomic Energy Research Authority; The National Institute of Standards & Technology Center for Neutron Research (NIST) , Technology Administration U. S. Department of Commerce. Testing at the NIST Center for Neutron Research in Gaithersburg Maryland occurred in the spring of 2002 under the guidance of Dr. Min Y. Lin, a PHD senior research fellow of NIST. A report published by Dr. Lin dated May 23, 2002 showed that by using small angle neutron scattering to probe and measuring sample fuels before and after going through the EPS device there was a significant transformation of the fuel. Fuel molecule samples measured prior to going through the device were larger than 300nm while samples that passed through the device measured no larger than 3nm. Other tests conducted by the Nuclear-magnetism Resonance section of the Penetration hydromechanics Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences showed that other properties of diesel fuel also changed after passing through the EPS device. The results were that the diesel fuel had been polarized, the viscosity had been significantly reduced and the specific gravity of the fuel was reduce by .3%
EPS Nano-fuel oil technology generates new fuels with nanometer sizes less than 3nm. This effect applies to all hydrocarbon based fuels in all machinery or equipment. By using nano-fuels, vehicles, machinery, equipment experience the effects of fuel savings, power enhancement, and pollution reduction.
EPS Product Line
The EPS Nano-Fuel Oils Technology has been developed into two distinct product lines; The EPS Series and the EPS-L Series.
The EPS Series consists of three distinct products. These products are appropriate for most on road vehicles, recreational boats, small construction equipment, farm equipment, mobile generators, off road equipment, home heating oils and many other vehicles and equipment. Applications are dependent only on fuel flow.
1. EPS-1 (Fuel flows 3 30 liters per hour)
2. EPS-2 (Fuel flows 25-80 liters per hour)
3. EPS-8 (Fuel flows less than 3 liters per hour)
The EPS-L Series comes in 10 different configurations. These products are appropriate for heavy-duty industrial and commercial applications such as ships, industrial fuel uses, locomotives, heavy construction, and large stationary generators. Applications are again dependent on fuel flow.
1. EPS-L1A (Fuel Flows 40 80 liters per hour)
2. EPS-L1B (Fuel Flows 60 120 liters per hour)
3. EPS-L2A (Fuel Flows 140 220 liters per hour)
4. EPS-L2B (Fuel Flows 180 280 liters per hour)
5. EPS-L3A (Fuel Flows 260 340 liters per hour)
6. EPS-L3B (Fuel Flows 320 400 liters per hour)
7. EPS-L4A (Fuel Flows 360 460 liters per hour)
8. EPS-L4B (Fuel Flows 420 580 liters per hour)
9. EPS-L5a (Fuel Flows 540 700 liters per hour)
10. EPS-L5B (Fuel Flows 600 820 liters per hour)
The EPS Device can be used with many hydrocarbon based fuel applications. Benefits from using the EPS device is lower emissions (50% to 90%) and fuel savings commonly of 10% or greater. Because of the nature of the EPS effect on fuels, greater performance in the form of a power increase is also experienced.
1. Retrofit Existing and new equipment markets that do not currently have a fuel-conditioning device by design. This market includes all internal combustion engines that use hydrocarbon based fuels as an energy source.
2. OEM Engine manufacturers, vehicle manufacturers, marine engines, motorcycles, large and small generators, and other equipment that can benefit from Nano-fuel technology.
3. Fuel Types - Primary markets can also be identified by the types of fuel that benefit from the EPS Nano-effect:
Diesel (On and Off Road)
. Others in testing, Propane, Natural Gas