More About How FuelLIFT Works
The FuelLIFT catalyst initiates combustion within the diesel spray envelope by lowering the activation energy for the initiation of combustion. Higher molecular weight diesel molecules bond to the surface of the catalyst and react more readily with oxygen.
According to COMO paper EX1, soot will enter the lubrication oil at the rate of .0048 oz for every gallon of fuel burned. A truck will normally burn 1,786 gallons of fuel every 12,500 miles, at 7 mpg. During this 12,500 mile interval, more than half a pound (8.75oz) of soot will enter the oil. (Information from Gulf Coast Filter Company.)
FuelLIFT significantly reduces soot formation and consequently reduces soot contamination of the lube oil resulting in reduced wear and cleaner components.
Health and Environmental Safety
FuelLIFT is the eco-friendly solution – it’s a completely non-toxic additive that really performs. It does not contain any toxic substances and is non-hazardous, reducing the regulatory burdens of storage, use and transportation commonly associated with highly toxic chemicals.
All materials used in the FuelLIFT formula are considered completely safe for handling and safe for the environment. The bi-products generated during the combustion process are also considered safe from a toxicological and environmental perspective. Toxicological studies on human subjects showed no harmful effects when they were exposed to doses of the product at 100,000 times greater than the amount thought to be exiting from the exhaust of a diesel engine using FuelLIFT.
As a part our commitment to quality, we continuously monitor product performance and manufacturing processes. We actively enforce very stringent quality control as well as perform high-end research. It is our intention to be prepared for the ever changing situations in various industries and environments.