Xtreme Fuel Treatment Chemistry, Patent, Nobel Prize Award, and EcoVisionary Award
The driving component or primary active ingredient in Xtreme Fuel Treatment is an organometallic fuel catalyst, which has been evaluated utilizing some of the most stringent testing procedures by reputable and reliable laboratories and government entities.
SAE Paper 900154 — concluded that the active ingredient included in XFT improved fuel octane quality, reduced emissions dramatically, while improving fuel efficiency.
U.S. Department of Interior Bureau of Mines Paper RI 9438 — determined that the active ingredient utilized in XFT reduces emissions significantly.
Southwest Research Diesel Engine Emission Control Technologies Paper, Appendix B, subsection B.3.5, describes the active ingredient in XFT as a catalyst component that increases cetane and reduces burnout time and temperature requirements in new Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF).
Southwest Research Paper, Hydrocarbon Fuel Chemistry provides documentation that the active ingredient in XFT reduces compression ignition emissions as much as 20% and improves fuel efficiency as much as 10%.
NIOSH IC 9642, Department of Health and Human Services Paper, subsection 2.2.3 indicates that the active ingredient incorporated in XFT reduces smoke particulate by 25% and reduces burnout time and temperatures in new Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF).
Canadian Environment Protection Agency Paper, subsection 220.127.116.11 determined that the active ingredient utilized in XFT reduces Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) filterable matter by 23% and reduces total particulate matter by 22%.
California Air Resource Board (CARB), 3D Air Quality-Emission Report; appendix b, states that the active ingredient contained in XFT reduces burnout time and temperature of new Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF). Tests show reductions of particulates by 20% without the DPF and two-fold reductions with DPF.
Olsen Laboratories determined that XFT reduced emissions during the EPA Highway Fuel Economy Test (HFET) and Federal Test Procedure (FTP).
There are many more such tests available documenting the performance of the
organometallic ingredient which is a vital part of the success of Xtreme Fuel Treatment.
For this reason, critical thinking entities, such as those mentioned in this document, have evaluated this organo-metallic compound many times to insure qualitative and quantitative performance
The need to conform to recognized standards has been met by holding Xtreme Fuel Treatment up to the scrutiny of extensive laboratory and practical testing.
•• Xtreme Fuel Treatment has achieved ASTM D975 and ISO fuel specifications;
•• The EPA has approved the product through its comprehensive registration and evaluation process (#217020001 per CFR 79.23) (see exhibit D – EPA Registration);
•• Under the testing required by the American Trucking Association, the SAE J1321 TMC/SAE Fuel Consumption Test Procedure Type II, Xtreme Fuel Treatment achieved an 8.2% fuel economy improvement. This test was conducted by an independent lab under rigid test protocols to ensure a test accuracy of ± 1%.
•• That the inclusion of the lubricity agent has ensured that Xtreme Fuel Treatment meets the Engine
Manufacturer’s standard FQP-1 for lubricity;
Due to the benefits the product offers, and the multiple value propositions that it delivers, organizations that deploy many varying pieces of equipment and require large amounts of fuel would be in a position to recognize the greatest return.
Syntek Global offers a solution to the fuel problems that all countries face. Reducing air pollution, lowering operating costs, and improving mileage are the kind of innovative thinking that is needed now. The Syntek program reaches out to the business community with a powerful way to treat fuel and improve the environment as well.
The nobel prize in chemistry 1973 was awarded to Ernst Otto Fischer and Geoffrey Wilkinson.
Nobel Prize 1973
The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1973 was awarded jointly to Ernst Otto Fischer and Geoffrey Wilkinson “for their pioneering work, performed independently, on the chemistry of the organometallic, so called sandwich compounds”.