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Fabet

FABET - Fundação Adolpho Bósio de Educação no Transporte (Brasile)

Fabet is the FACULTY of technology in Transport of the State of Santa Catarina (BRAZIL), authorized by the Ministry of Education and sponsored by:

SCANIA
PETROBRAS
State of Santa Catarina
Government of Brazil

Tests on road have been conducted through double testing, installing SuperTech first on one truck and then on another. The RESULTs obtained, 13,275% of fuel saving, was definitively significant stated that the two vehicles were quite NEW!! (registration year: 2004!!!)
The irrefutability of the tests is guaranteed by the same reliablity of the organization conducting the tests.
WE MAY, THEREFORE, STATE that with the typology of fuel used in Brazil the minimum fuel saving obtained with the use of SuperTech is between 13% and maximum 20%!! Not Bad, isn't it!

Helwan

The University Helwan in Cairo, Faculty of Engineering, was the first that , not only tested SUPER TECH, but also made a comparison between our genius of the tank and a catalytic converter. The result: both reduce gas emissions but our genius, which works ahead the combustion, is the only one which reduces fuel consumptions; while instead, the catalytic converter, under this aspect, has no efficacy since it works on post combustion.
Another inedited test was the contemporary use of both Super tech and catalytic converter giving a surprising result : gas emission REDUCTION of 90% !!
The result of the numerous tests could be summarized as follows:
- reduction of CO up to 71,7%
- reduction of fuel consumption up to 10%

GFS - Golden Fame Holding Limited

THE IRREFUTABILITY of this test result is due to the fact that it has been done through Touriel (Sae j1321) using three vehicles instead of two. They had three trucks HINO run and therefore more overlapping data!
This is the official test done by the UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG !
It is, absolutely necessary, to notice that:

1) Before starting the test with SUPER TECH three trips were done by all three vehicles without SUPER TECH installed!
2) Another three trips were done ( each one of 86km) during which two of the vehicles were without SUPER TECH and one, instead, had SUPER TECH installed. Thus giving the possibility to register complete and overlapping data.
3) Each trip always started and ended at the same service station.
4) To avoid eventual air-balloons, the total refilling, ( of the fuel tank), had been done in two moments. This to give the possibility to the first quantity to settle and eliminate the eventual "foam"
Finally, the results demonstrate that at an average speed from 80km/h to 120km/h, (which is the NORMAL average speed of a truck, transporting goods), the quantity of uncombusted increase and therefore also fuel saving, given by the use of SUPER TECH, increases;

WE CAN, therefore, STATE that proceeding through tests done on field therefore on realistic daily road situations, we register higher results, because BIGGER the QUANTITY OF UNCOMBUSTED is, BIGGER will be the FUEL SAVING, given through the use of our "Genius"!

ING HONG KONG

Eng. Dennis Y. C. Leung - HONG KONG
We find it necessary to present this reference underlining, that the registered result regarding FUEL SAVING must be considered at least halved.
Infact reading carefully through the test report we notice that the simulated load was only a 30% of what the same vehicle could, and usually does, carry; the difference of uncombusted was minimum, in fact, less the load of the vehicle is, less are the uncombusted that it creats, therefore on a real simulation where the load is in average the double of what was simulated, we would have registered at least the double: 7,4% of fuel saving.
If furthermore we keep in consideration that the fuel used was ULTRA LOW SULPHUR DIESEL and that the maximum simulated speed was of 70 km/h we could state that, in reality the SAVING wouldn't have been less than 11% !!

Latvia University

Another positive Test Report from the University in Latvia which registered a fuel consumption reduction of about 13%

TMTC

LITHUANIA

The tests brought ahead by the University of Technology in Vilnius, capital of Lithuania (see website: ww.tmtc.lt) have been done on an engine put on bench and therefore steady/without movement and the liters of fuel used, have been weighed. Several tests done have brought to a fuel consumption reduction up to 7% which is a very good result considering that the engine was a WW 1,9 TDI of new generation (which therefore emits less uncombusted hydrocarbons) and a gas emission reduction between 62% and 75%

It has also been noticed that the saving increases according to the load transported and to the resistance met.

UNAM

UNAM UNIVERSITY (Mexico)

It is necessary to underline that the responsible of the tests, Dr Rogelio González Oropeza, Lab. Responsible at the Mexican Autonome National University, constantly takes part of international projects (one of the lastest in Lione - France) with the aim to individuate, more and more, precise methods for the measurements of gas emissions and fuel consumptions in vehicles.

DAMASCUS

DAMASCUS UNIVERSITY (Syria)

After the University of Cairo (Egypt), Vilnius (Lithuania), Hong Kong (China), there is a FOURTH UNIVERSITY: DAMASCUS (Syria).

The Engineers of the Mechanical Engineering Section have proceeded in different tests regarding fuel consumptions as well as gas emissions, both on diesel and fuel engined vehicles.
Reading carefully through these tests and in particular through the conclusions, it is easy to notice the extreme exactness and the cure of the details used in the different phases of the tests. Finally, both the combustion chamber and the whole exhaust system resulted to be cleaner, thanks to the use of Super Tech, thus confirming the "chimney-sweeper effect". Therefore another University has demonstrated, once again, that SUPER TECH gives:
- fuel consumption reduction
- gas emission reduction
- better elasticity to the engine
- cleanning of the exhaust circuit (chimney-sweeper effect)

Now, also Syria could use our genius in favour of all Syrians.

Institute of “Transport and Technologies” Dnepropetrovsk.

UKRAINA
The tests brought aheadby the "TRANSPORT AND TECHNOLOGIES" of the city of Dnepropetrovskregard, specifically, gas emissiontest done, obviously, on both vehicles used. During the test the catalytic converter had been taken off and this because its presence would have compromised the truthness of the results.A reduction, of about70%,of carbonoxide had been registered.

Latvia University 2009

Another positive Test Report from the University in Latvia which registered a fuel consumption reduction untill 11% on a Volvo Truck by a AVL KMA MOBILE MACHINE

Centronor

A second reference from a University in Brazil, one of the most famous and renowned school of Training for truck drivers sponsored by SCANIA guarantees a drop of the gas emissions from 59% to 79,5%.

 
 

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