Fuel Ox® improves combustion and provides a more complete combustion cycle and burn. This results in less unburnt hydrocarbons, DPMs, or noxious fumes from catching in the DPF or expelled into the air. Fuel Ox® reduces regenerations and emissions by as much as 60% or more.
INCREASES FUEL ECONOMY & POWER
Fuel Ox® enhances combustion and provides an increase in fuel economy and power. Fuel Ox® and it’s combustion catalyst improves fuel efficiency by as much as 5-8% on average.
Reduces Repairs & MAINTENANCE
Fuel Ox® and its combustion catalyst promotes a more efficient engine and reduces the wear and tear on engines and minimizes the need for costly repairs and DPF replacements.
Fuel Ox® And The Incorporation Of A Combustion Catalyst
In the fuel industry, fuel additives range in strengths and weaknesses. However, what makes Fuel Ox® stand out from its competitors starts at our patented combustion catalyst: a component unheard of in any other additive. This catalyst is key in what makes Fuel Ox® the most powerful fuel additive in the world.
What is Catalytic Combustion?
Catalytic combustion is defined as the use of catalyst technology to improve combustion. This technology is designed to lower the combustion point in fuel so that the fuel will combust at a lower temperature and burn at a longer rate. The incorporation of this technology enhances Fuel Ox by providing the user a cleaner, more thorough combustion.
Why would you need a combustion catalyst?
A combustion catalyst benefits both on-road and off-road equipment across a variety of industries. Combustion catalysts ensure a cleaner, more complete burn for both diesel or gas. A more complete combustion results in better fuel economy and greater power, less soot, smoke, and emissions, and less regenerations. Whether you’re in trucking, busing, fracking, sanitation, or just an everyday person with a F-150, there are many advantages of using a combustion catalyst.
How Our Combustion Catalyst Works
The purpose of the Fuel Ox® fuel catalyst is to generate a more complete combustion of diesel fuel by breaking up the fuel clumps in the fuel. The reason diesel fuel contains clumps of fuel molecules is because the molecules have an electrical charge. It is the polarization of these fuel molecules that causes them to clump together (Figure 1).
Because of this clumping, air cannot reach the molecules on the inside. Black smoke or soot is the result that occurs when large amounts of fuel molecules escape through the exhaust without being burned (Figure 2).
The Fuel Ox® catalyst eliminates the polarization binding the fuel clumps together. When the fuel clumps break apart the molecules are ready for oxygenation which results in a more complete combustion.
The Fuel Ox® catalyst exposes more diesel fuel molecules to air which ensures the molecules can achieve a more complete combustion. The catalyst increases uniformity of the fuel molecules making it possible for the injectors in the engine to oxygenate fuel more efficiently (Figure 3).
Polarization of the diesel fuel molecules causes them to clump together.
Without the use of the Fuel Ox® catalyst, air cannot reach the molecules inside the clumps. This causes a less complete combustion cycle which results in emissions.
When using the Fuel Ox® catalyst, the molecules is exposed to more oxygen, which allows for the fuel to burn more thoroughly and prompt a more complete combustion.
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