The automobile industry brings convenience and prosperity of mankind since the 20th century. However, it also produces several series problems, and the exhaust emission is one of the biggest headaches recently.
No matter how advanced the engine is, every fuel-burning car produces exhaust emissions especially when it gets older. When the car’s engine burns fuel, it’s really performing a chemical reaction because the fuel and oxygen molecules break up and recombine to create H20 (water) and CO2 (carbon dioxide). However, nothing ever goes perfectly, and when the fuel does not burn completely, it wastes fuel and contributes to air pollution such as Carbon Monoxide (CO), Non-Methane Hydrocarbons (NMHC), Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), and build up as carbon deposits within the engine shortening engine life.
The reality of combustion process is:
Fuel + O2 = CO2 +H2O + CO+ NOx + THC + other harmful emissions
So what causes cars to not burn fuel cleanly and produce dirty exhaust emission? Often, it’s because the engine itself is dirty. Over time, carbon deposits can accumulate inside engines and cause improper combustion which produced more harmful emissions and carbon deposit in a terrible cycle. Also, having the poor air quality or wrong fuel-air mixture is another common reason because fuel can’t burn cleanly unless it has the correct ratio of oxygen to combine with.
In fact, besides the engine system, one of the main reasons that case cars to not burn fuel cleanly is because the fuel has high energy contents of hydrocarbon molecule such as benzene. To burn the hydrocarbon molecule, it requires high temperature and reasonable time; therefore, most of the hydrocarbon molecule inside the molecule clusters don’t even have the chance to be mixed with oxygen before the combustion and turns to the harmful emissions!
According to the university research, The GREENTECH FUEL ENHANCER could absorb the thermal energy from its surrounding environment and release this thermal energy in the specific wavelength which is in the concert with the van de wall force, an internal force between the fuel molecules. Hence, the intermolecular force was broken, resulting in the change of aggregation of fuel molecules from cluster to single molecule and lead to the changes of several properties of the fuel, such as surface tension and flash point. The smaller droplets of fuel (nano-granule fuel) ejected at the nozzle expose a larger surface area in the air, contact with oxygen for the better combustion reaction. A more complete burn is achieved and fewer of the fuel molecules are wasted and turned into the exhaust. As a result, improved fuel economy, lower emissions, and more horsepower are achieved.