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Fuel-King Reduces Emissions


Exhaust fumes are a heavy burden on the environment, particularly those from diesel engines. This has resulted in large investments by the manufacturers of diesel engines & diesel-fuel, in the development of engines, which produce cleaner exhaust fumes. The Fuel-King® offers an effective way of making diesel engines clean. In practice, a 50 to 70 % decrease in fuel soot and smoke emission and 4 to 6 % decrease in fuel consumption have been noted.

Fuel-King® is a metal cylinder that contains a combination of very strong magnets and flow breakers. This cylinder is mounted in the fuel line, between the fuel filter and the fuel injection pump. When the fuel flows through the cylinder, very strong turbulence occurs very close to the surface of the magnets, especially where the magnets’ field is strongest.

This results in charged particles in the fuel, which bring about improved combustion and therefore significantly less soot particles and lower fuel consumption. The fact that charged particles are formed can be measured by the improved electrical conductivity of the fuel after passing through the Fuel-King®. It is known that improved electrical conductivity results in a better distribution of the fuel during atomization in the combustion space. Charged particles react more quickly with oxygen and this results in improved combustion.


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