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Emissions Analyses done by Machine for Energy Group's Fuel Stabilizer

Cars

(A) Better Roads Magazine (Publishers Personal Car)

Installed stabilizer on my 1990 automobile with 40,000 miles with the following immediate results

 

HC

CO

CO2

O2

Miles/Gal

Hwy

City

Before

248

1.33

10.1

5.52

16

14/15

After

58

0.00

11.4

5.10

22

15/16

%

-77%

-100%

+13%

-8%

+38%

+7%



(B) Company Car (Insurance Company VP - LI, NY)

1998 Cadillac Seville (SLS - V8 Engine), Mileage 109,000 +...
Switched from Premium Grade fuel to now Regular Grade fuel at Octane 87... (an additional savings)

 

 

Baseline

2000 RPM

 

 

Jan 4, 2006 @ 4:53 pm

 

2000 RPM

 

idle

Diff

% % %

Readings

 

 

 

(before)

July 2005

(after)

Nov 2005

 

895 RPM

Diff

% % %

HC

356

 

168

-188

-52.8%

17

339

-95.2%

CO2

13.8

(burn
in
process)

14.3

0.5

3.6%

14.6

-0.8

5.8%

NO ppm

67

 

50

-17

-25.4%

0

67

-100.0%

CO %

0.55

 

0.14

-0.41

-74.5%

0.01

0.54

-98.2%

O2 %

1.4

 

0.87

-0.53

-37.9%

0.4

1

-71.4%

 

First test:
* After installation, filled tank with "regular" gas versus previous usage of HIGH TEST gas only... mechanic took vehicle for test drive and noticed pick up was quicker and "not" any pinging from going from high test gas to regular gas, so additional savings from Premimum to Regular grade immediately...


Second test:
* Mechanic stated the emissions reading now is that of a new car and not one with 100,000 + miles.

(C) SEE ATTACHED NJ Inspection report (July 25, 2008)

NJ Report states - reductions of: NOx @ 89.10%
                                                HC @ 99.20%
                                                CO @ 99%



Bus

(A) School System (East Chicago School System)

Installed on mini school bus and regular school bus for school system using Bacharach 450 emissions testing machine. Results showed significant reduction in emissions. Regular bus uses bio-diesel fuel (costing more than regular diesel), which can only be used seasonally because of temperature/thickness of fuel during colder weather.

School Bus = Aug 21, 2003
94 Degree F Temp.

 

BEFORE/ppm

AFTER/ppm

REDUCTION

CO =

11,933

23

-99.81%

HC =

.36%

.05%

-86%

SO2 =

9

1

-89%

NOX =

40

0

-100%



Locomotive

(A) Locomotive (USA) Nov/1999 (Georgia Chattahoocia Indl. RailRoad)

Notes:
* Please note that the stack temperature will fluctuate during the "burn in process" to remove pre-existing carbon/scale buildups... once this process is complete, the stack temperature will decrease...
* Fuel consumption was not an issue as emissions/pollution was the main objective.
* Averaged fuel savings 20%

 

Before
Jul 22/99

Nov 15/99
"After"

Diff

Savings %

Stack Temp/Degrees

183

192

9

4.92%

% O / PPM

19.50%

20.80%

0.013

6.67%

CO / PPM

58

2

-56

-96.55%

NOX / PPM

110

16

-94

-85.45%

% O2

41.9

0.1

-41.8

-99.76%

Time

10:50 am

2:50 pm

= = =

= = =



Aircraft

(A) (FAA & Purdue Univ. Aeronautical School)

(too many charts to post, please review aircraft section)



Buildings

(A) Boilers - (Verizon)

Weil Mclean rated @65 HP. (Emissions Results)

Boiler # 1

Temp

O2

Excess Air

CO2

CO

Combustion
Efficiency

Before (Nov 15/95)

518

14.95

215

12.85

22

61.20%

After (June 5/96)

426

3.9

22

4.8

8

85.40%

%

---

-74%

-90%

-63%

-64%

40%

 

Boiler # 2

Temp

O2

Excess Air

CO2

CO

Combustion
Efficiency

Before (Nov 15/95)

554

15

228

7.1

341

60%

After (June 5/96)

523

11.5

113.2

4.6

32

73%

%

---

-23%

-50%

-35%

-91%

22%


Average Fuel Savings: 31%

 

Pre-Stabilizer

Post-Stabilizer

Degree Days
1995

Gals
used

K-Factor

845

3,057

.2764147

953

3,568

.2670964

1,798

6,625

.2713962

Note: 3.684 Gals/per degree day

Degree Days
1996

Gals
used

K-Factor

1,091

2,451

.4451244

986

2,823

.3492738

2,077

5,274

.3938187

Note: 2.539 Gals/per degree day (31.0% less fuel used per degree day)

 

Notes:

a.     Gals would have been used = 7,653 or + 31.1%

b.     Degree Days increased by 279 days or + 13.4%

c.     Actual Gals used decreased by 1,351 or - 25.6%

d.     Gals per Degree Day decreased by -1 or -45.1%

e.     Analyses done by Dr Nasr - (Oak Ridge National Labs)