Drywash Europe Promotes New Fuel Efficiency Technology

Drywash Europe Promotes New Fuel Efficiency Technology

Drywash Europe has been appointed as the national UK distributor of a new nanotechnology developments that will help to reduce fuel consumption, and because of this, emissions and overall fuel costs. This new nanotechnology, the E3 Plus is a ceramic bar that has been created with 15 natural minerals which include 40% silicate materials, which are then baked at 1,600°C.

The UK-based nanotechnology fuel innovator, Drywash Europe is promoting this new product that could revolutionise fuel consumption and significantly lower emissions. The nanotechnology helps to improve the way in which diesel fuel combusts in the engine. As a result of this more efficient combustion, the E3 Plus can lead to a 4+% saving in fuel costs. However, according to the promotion, the fuel savings made with the use of this new technology can be closer to 10%.

The ceramic bar helps the vehicle to use less fuel to travel at a constant speed. This means that more miles per gallon are offered as well as seeing a reduction in fuel consumption and CO2 and other by products emitted such as HC CO and Particulate Matter Output. E3 Plus nanotechnology sits on the floor of the fuel tank and does not compromise the engine or vehicle warranties. These bars are guaranteed to operate for five years, and during this time it is thought that they require no maintenance.

The nanotechnology addresses the problems that can occur with aging hydrocarbon fuels. These fuels degrade over time, and with fuel taking as long as three months to be shipped from overseas, then being held by the manufacturers and distributors in order to maintain stock flow, price and demand changes. This process means that it is unclear how old fuel is when it is purchased. Due to the reduction of Sulphur in fuels, this degradation take place quicker, meaning it is more of a problem now than it ever has been. The changes caused by this degradation can lead to discoloration of the fuel and the forming of sludge or agglomeration, which can be harder to filter and combust, leading to clogs and can reduce fuel flow which can then impact fuel combustion and therefore engine performance and MPG. the nanotechnology, when it makes contact with the fuel reverses and prevents this degradation, helping to restructure fuel molecules back into their original and refined state, allowing the fuel to vaporise quicker and leads to a cleaner and more complete combustion process, which in turn improves the efficiency of this process.

designed to encourage maximum fuel energy to power conversion, which then leads to an increase in low-end torque, with less power required to start and maintain the momentum of the vehicle.

Simply, the new fuel that has been developed by Drywash Europe will help a vehicle to drive at any constant speed, with less fuel required to maintain that speed. Because less fuel is needed to maintain a constant speed, the driver will notice an increase in MPG. This comprehensive reduction in the level of fuel needed to power a vehicle has a direct impact on the amount of CO2 emitted as well as a range of other emissions such as HC, CO and Particulate Matter output.

The E3 Plus nanotechnology units are manufactured as small ceramic bars that are made from 15 natural materials which includes 40% silicate materials that are then baked at 1600°C. This product is patented nanotechnology and is not a fuel additive, but sits on the floor of the fuel tank. The nanotechnology does not compromise the engine or vehicle warranties as they are not attached to, or change the vehicle in any way. These bars of nanotechnology developed by Drywash Europe are guaranteed to work for five years and require no maintenance during this time.

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