To determine the effect of Fuel CLENZ additive on exhaust emissions levels and fuel consumption during a steady state emissions test in a controlled laboratory environment.
The test was a performed in a laboratory test cell using a Mercedes M111 Engine. Steady State Measurements were taken at 1800 rpm & 2500 rpm part throttle with and without load. All measurements were recorded to NAMAS Criteria. Also measured was a Power Curve & Torque Performance curve over the full throttle range from 1500 rpm to 5500 rpm.
During the Steady State analysis, the computer takes an minimum and maximum range of measurements, as well as an average over the period. The results are presented in grams per mile,and are the Average Benefit results shown in graphical form for HC, CO, NOx, CO2, as well as Brake Specific Fuel Consumption (BSFC) at 1800 rpm, as well as 2500 rpm., NOx, at both throttle speeds. The results show that Fuel CLENZ was reproducible effective in reducing emissions of HC, CO, and NOx at both throttle speeds. CO2 was also dramatically reduced, as was Brake Specific Fuel Consumption (BSFC). The power and torque curves were virtually identical between base and additized fuel.
The percent reduction in emissions are summarized below.
|1,800 RPM||2,500 RPM|
Please note: All fighures quoted are of measurements taken out and prior to Catalytic Converter.
DIESEL SMOKE MEASUREMENTS USING A SUN OPACITY METER
To determine the effect of Fuel CLENZ additive on exhaust emissions levels of black smoke and particulates in a diesel passenger vehicle.
EMISSIONS TESTING PROCEDURE
The Black Smoke Exhaust Emissions Measurements were taken at fast idle and then rpm were run up until governor cuts in. Black Smoke Measurements were done using a SUN Model ASA 200 Opacity analyzer used for determining emissions of Black Smoke and particulates.(particulate by conversion in Smoke table).
The results show that Fuel CLENZ was very effective in reducing emissions of Black Smoke and particulates in a Diesel engine passenger vehicle.
The percent reductions in emissions are summarized below.
% Reduction in Emissions
Black Smoke: 66%
Particulates: 71.7 %
Diesel Smoke Measurement, Ford 1.9 liter Diesel Engine, measured on Sun ASA 200 Opacity Meter (Plus or minus Fuel CLENZ additive package)