2018-1-19 7:49:02
Enmax Technology (Shanghai) Company Ltd., Shanghai, China
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ENMAX Fuel Stabilizers
System overview
Enmax CPRS Fuel Stabilizer (CPRS-FS) is a patented product designed to treat fuel in internal combustion engines, and works on the same principles as the market catalytic converter. However, instead of dealing with the emissions problem after it has been created, CPRS-FS deals with the problem before it is created. By burning the fuel more completely and reducing and/or eliminating hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen, Enmax Fuel Stabilizers can save fuel, boost the engine power output and reduce emissions.
Operation Principle
Enmax CPRS-FS elicits fine colloidal dispersions of relatively large hydrocarbon aggregates that are present in carbon based fuels. As the fuel passes over the catalyst, the larger aggregates of hydrocarbon fuels are broken down into smaller colloidal units. Colloids are sub micron sized particles that pass through filters and are defined as 10-1 to 10-3 micrometer in size. The catalytic reaction caused by the patented alloy in the CPRS-FS Fuel Stabilizer prevents covalent bonding ( or sharing of valence fields) of the fuel molecules which keeps the hydrocarbon aggregates in fine colloidal suspensions. The colloidal suspensions mix better with oxygen, thus causing them to burn more completely in the combustion chamber, resulting less raw fuel being emitted as pollutants, or being deposited as carbon build-up on valves, sparkplugs, pistons and exhaust systems. This has the added benefit of keeping an engine clean which results in reduced friction between parts and makes for longer engine life. A faster, more complete burn also results in a sharper energy peak in the engine's combustion chamber, creating more torque at the crankshaft. The higher torque causes more work to be done with less fuel, thus more miles per gallon.
Specification: A complete series for 3-25,000 HP engines and for different pressure ratings.
Performance: Fuel savings as high as 17- 22% and reduced emissions from 38% up to 60% smoke density to an average of 6%, suitable for both gasoline and diesel engines.