HERE'S HOW IT WORKS
Untreated Petroleum-Based Fuels
Fossil fuels have complex, long molecule chains that tend to clump together, this polymerization action is commonly called sediment value. The higher the sediment value the larger these clumps are, limiting the number of molecules that can react with oxygen. This limits combustion and leads to increased levels of harmful emissions, engine deposits, storage problems, lower energy output and sub-optimal performance.
Figure 1 illustrates poor quality fuel and the process of polymerization when hydrocarbon chains cluster together to form longer, more complex molecule chains.
When hydrocarbons atomize and bind with oxygen in the combustion chamber, not all available oxygen molecules are able to bind with the longer, larger hydrocarbon chains.
Econal™ Treated Fuels
Econal™ treated fuel allows more oxygen to bind to the hydrocarbon molecules during the atomization process. This promotes ideal combustion effectively releasing the most available kinetic energy. This dramatically reduces emissions and improves fuel efficiency and improves performance.
Econal reduces sediment value, effectively unwinding complex or large clustered hydrocarbon molecules. This process stabilizes fuel and while making it burn easier, more effectively when oxygen is present.
More oxygen molecules bind with the hydrocarbons. This produces a near complete combustion with high energy yield.