Diesel Additive Suits Soot-Prone, Pre-Epa 2007 Engines
- Published: Friday, 19 March 2010 08:28
- Written by Concrete News
Source: Green Equipment Solutions, Southern Pines, N.C.
XenTx Extreme Emission Control fuel-treatment products are formulated for mixer and dump trucks, plus heavy-duty, off-road equipment. XenTx reduces NOx and particulate matter emissions from engines pre-dating diesel particulate filter-equipped 2007 engines. As a Cetane enhancer that improves engine power, efficiency and fuel economy, XenTx adds lubricity and reduces engine heat and friction.
Splash-mixed directly into the fuel at a recommended treatment ratio of 1:2000 or 16 oz./250 gal., the product has been validated as meeting or exceeding Texas (TCEQ) and California (CARB) emissions standards. Southwest Research Institute testing of XenTx against untreated diesel indicates the product's potential to reduce NOx and carbon soot emissions by 20-plus percent and 86 percent, respectively; impart fuel savings of 3Ò5 percent; and, extend oil and filter life 40 percent through improved lubricity. Green Equipment has secured global distribution of XenTx and companion Synergyn performance oils and lubricants. Inquiries on treatment testing can be directed to Mike Covington, firstname.lastname@example.org.