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 img1Huge Impact on the environment, For every treated Engine on this planet which MoreMPG™ reduces soot's, NOx, Carbon Monoxide, Co2 and PM's all harmful emissions not only fuel savings but also impacts more areas that we sometimes overlook, MoreMPG reduces wear and tear and gain the out-most performance from your engines and to all applicable equipment and industrial use, effects less breakdown, less parts are needed, bringing your operation cost down significantly. Keep you fleet longer and equipment more reliable, and running like New with our simple low cost MoreMPG™ maintenance program. From engines to automatic and manual transmissions, Gearboxs, hydrostatics, hydraulics, differentials, reduces electrical consumptions to hydraulic pumps, gearboxes, air conditioning units and many many more applications.

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Earth Friendly: MoreMPG™ is an environmentally safe, non-flammable, inert formulation with zero V.O.C.’s (volatile organic components). It contains no solvents, silicone, graphite, molybdenum or PTFE’s. Most importantly, it will not change the viscosity of any OEM recommended fluids. MoreMPG™ reduces toxic emissions by as much as 92% from Hydrocarbon, NOx, PM, and Carbon Monoxide.

ASM Emission Tests:A comparison of the emissions of automobiles with and without the MoreMPG™ added to the engine lubricant Pennzoil 10W30 was performed using the acceleration simulation mode (ASM) emission test for the State of California. The test results, detailed in Table 2 below, provide the measured exhaust concentrations of hydrocarbons (HC), carbon monoxide (CO), and nitrogen oxide (NOx) gases, which are generally considered harmful. The data in the column entitled "Concentration without additive”, comprise the results for the first test in which no additive was added to the engine lubricant (5 quarts of motor oil), and the data in the column entitled “Concentration with additive" comprises the results of a second test in which 2 ounces of the MoreMPG™ were added to the engine lubricant to result in an overall concentration of MoreMPG™ in the lubricant of approximately 1.16% by volume.


Table 2: 1996 GMC Yukon (133,321 miles)

 Tests

Before MoreMPG™

After MoreMPG™

Total Reduction

Emission type

Concentration without treatment
and engine speed at 2110 RPM

Concentration
with treatment
and engine speed
at 2149 RPM

Reduction with
treatment use

Hydrocarbon (HC)

68 ppm

3 ppm

95.6%

Carbon
Monoxide (CO)

0.54%

0.04%

92.6%

Nitrogen Oxide
(NOx)

377 ppm

107 ppm

71.6%


Table 3: 1995 BMW 325i (70,329 miles

 Tests

Before MoreMPG™

After MoreMPG™

Total Reduction

Emission type

Concentration without treatment
and engine speed at 2110 RPM

Concentration
with treatment
and engine speed
at 2149 RPM

Reduction with
treatment use

Hydrocarbon (HC)

 83 ppm  35 ppm  57.8%

Carbon
Monoxide (CO)

 0.1%  0.05%  50.0%

Nitrogen Oxide
(NOx)

 217 ppm  131 ppm 39.6% 


Table 4: 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo (27,845 miles)

 Tests

Before MoreMPG™

After MoreMPG™

Total Reduction

Emission type

Concentration without treatment
and engine speed at 2110 RPM

Concentration
with treatment
and engine speed
at 2149 RPM

Reduction with
treatment use

Hydrocarbon (HC)

 7 ppm  0 ppm  100%

Carbon
Monoxide (CO)

 0.04%  0.0%  100%

Nitrogen Oxide
(NOx)

 131 ppm  68 ppm  48.1%


These test results demonstrate that use of the MoreMPG™ significantly reduced the concentration of hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide in each case, and significantly reduced the NOx emissions in all. These results support the conclusion that use of the MoreMPG™ oil treatment improves engine efficiency (i.e., provides more-thorough combustion of the fuel in the engine), which thereby reduces emissions of hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and NOx gases.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 November 2011 01:59