EnerBurn Proves Increased Fuel Savings and Lower Emissions

Tampa, Florida (PressExposure) April 05, 2011 -- What are some of the concerns that many businesses are facing today? How do they overcome potential obstacles and save money?

G2 Environmental Technologies discusses all these and more and provides a solution to help industrial companies meet future environmental requirements. Since the fuel purchases are directly attributed to the operational cost, the fluctuation of fuel prices can make managing cash flows extremely difficult. It's difficult to predict fuel prices for an organization because they will still be exposed to a price fluctuation from annual, monthly, weekly, or even daily basis.

Increase environmental concerns over emission reductions require technologies and the money for investment. To meet future EPA or environmental requirements, G2 Environmental Technologies confirms that EnerBurn, a diesel combustion catalyst is effective in reducing diesel fuel consumption and emission.

EnerBurn functions by laying down a catalytic surface inside the combustion chamber which then doubles the burn rate of diesel. As the fuel is more completely burned, actual result is that normally unburned hydrocarbon is burned early on crank ankle converting waste heat and unburned hydrocarbon into work. This result in a lower exhaust by about 50 degrees Fahrenheit, which verifies that work is being produced rather than heat that is otherwise wasted out of the exhaust deck. Lower combustion temperatures result in lower nitrous oxide emission and more burned hydrocarbons results in less particulate matter in the exhaust deck thereby reducing emission. The combustion process starts by accumulating a fire in small molecules which then progress into larger molecules. Without EnerBurn, the larger molecule never get a chance to get burned because the burn rate of fuel is too slow; thus leads to much unburned hydrocarbon which remains in suit. The more fuel that can be burned prior to the quenching effect of the rapid exchange of the combustion chamber as it moves downward, the better the end result of smoke reduction and fuel economy.

Moreover, Enerburn is designed specifically for diesel fuel combustion. Therefore, any fuel used in a diesel engine is appropriate. It works well in ultra low sulfur diesel, biodiesel, residual fuel, marine distillates, and bunker fuel. It can be used in all equipment and vehicles using a diesel combustion engine such as truck engine, generators, and marine vehicles including ships and boats.

By using EnerBurn, reduced maintenance costs can be attained. Engine life will increase because there are few hydrocarbons in your crank cage which is the primary cause of wear in combustion engine. This results in substantial reduction in you internal component which is a big problem that many operations face. If a trucking company paid an average of $0.11/gallon of EnerBurn for a net return of $0.07 to $0.34/gallon in real savings. This translates to a one year return on investment of 61% at the low fuel savings range to over 303% on the highest range.

With all this significant reduction in fuel costs, another advantage of EnerBurn is that it offers convenience in application. It has a shelf life of over five years, can be splash blended, and will not separate once it is mixed with the fuel. Prior to blending, it must be kept from freezing. Cold weather has no impact on operations once it is blended with fuel. It takes approximately 500 hours to see full effects and benefits of EnerBurn. The difference in fuel cost savings from 6% to 15% are directly related to engine model and timing, driving habits, vehicle use application and environment.

About G2 Environmental Technologies

EnerBurn is now being distributed by G2 Environmental Technologies. The company is located in Tampa, Florida and is a certified reseller of EnerBurn. For inquiries, please visit their website at http://www.enerburn.com, email info@enerburn.com, or call 813-398-0059.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 05, 2011 at 4:41 am
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