Published on Sep 20, 2019
Today's hydrocarbon fuels leave a natural deposit of carbon residue that clogs carburetor, fuel injector, leading to reduced efficiency and wasted fuel. Pinging, stalling, loss of horsepower and greatly decreased mileage on cars are very noticeable. The same is true of home heating units where improper combustion wasted fuel (gas) and cost, money in poor efficiency and repairs due to build-up.
Most fuels for internal combustion engine are liquid, fuels do not combust until they are vaporized and mixed with air. Most emission motor vehicle consists of unburned hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and oxides of nitrogen. Unburned hydrocarbon and oxides of nitrogen react in the atmosphere and create smog. Smog is prime cause of eye and throat irritation, noxious smell, plat damage and decreased visibility. Oxides of nitrogen are also toxic.
Generally fuels for internal combustion engine is compound of molecules. Each molecule consists of a number of atoms made up of number of nucleus and electrons, which orbit their nucleus. Magnetic movements already exist in their molecules and they therefore already have positive and negative electrical charges. However these molecules have not been realigned, the fuel is not actively inter locked with oxygen during combustion, the fuel molecule or hydrocarbon chains must be ionized and realigned. The ionization and realignment is achieved through the application of magnetic field created by 'Fuel Energizer'.
WHAT FUEL ENERGIZER DOES?
" More mileage (up to 28% increase) per liter due to 100% burning fuel.
" No fuel wastage.
" Increased pick-up.
" Reduced engine noise.
" Reduced smoke.
" Faster A/C cooling.
" Smooth running, long term maintenance free engine.
" 30% extra life for expensive catalytic converter.
HOW TO INSTALL?
Magnetizer Fuel Energizer (eg:- Neodymium super conductor - NSCM) is installed on cars, trucks immediately before carburetor or injector on fuel line. On home cooking gas system it is installed just before burner.
THE MAGNETIZER & HYDROCARBON FUEL
The simplest of hydrocarbons, methane, (CH4) is the major (90%) constituent of natural gas (fuel) and an important source of hydrogen. Its molecule is composed of one carbon atom and four hydrogen atoms, and is electrically neutral. From the energy point of view, the greatest amount of releasable energy lies in the hydrogen atom. Why? In octane (C8H18) the carbon content of the molecule is 84.2%. When combusted, the carbon portion of the molecule will generate 12,244 BTU (per pound of carbon). On the other hand, the hydrogen, which comprises only 15.8% of the molecular weight, will generate an amazing 9,801 BTU of heat per pound of hydrogen.